Food and drink in the Channel Islands
The Channel Islands each pride themselves on the quality and variety of their locally produced food and drink - from freshly caught seafood, to succulent meat and specially brewed ales and ciders. Whether you want to dine in style, enjoy a cosy pub atmosphere, laid-back beach sun downers, al fresco dining, or a snack on the go, there are plenty of places to tuck in and tantalise your taste buds in Jersey and Guernsey.
Time for tea
Treat yourself to the most traditional of English rituals with an afternoon tea. Welcoming tea rooms tempt with a mouthwatering selection of sandwiches, homemade cakes and fruity scones topped with local jam and cream - yum! Speak to one of team for more insormation or to pre-book.
Top 3 Jersey Restaurants
From brunch to lunch to dinner, delicious food, stunning friendly service and a view that's not bad either. They provide a relaxed setting to enjoy great food and wonderful wines, beers and other hard and soft drinks! They are on the beach with sea views and a large terrace but are equally snug on a winter’s night. With brilliant local seafood, favourites such fish and chips and regularly changing specials, there’s plenty for everyone including meat-eaters and those with other dietary requirements.
Nestled in the heart of popular St Brelade - voted one of the Best Beaches in the British Isles by The Good Beach Guide - Oyster Box offers chic-casual dining in a stylish environment at the edge of the sea. Offering the finest local seafood, fresh fish and meat with an eclectic menu to suit every taste including vegetarians and other dietary requirements.
Mark Jordan at the Beach, a sister restaurant to Ocean Restaurant at The Atlantic Hotel, offers relaxed beachside dining in a superb location. With unrivalled views of the bay, diners enjoy top quality produce cooked simply and served in a relaxed, casual setting.
Top 3 Guernsey Restaurants
Le Nautique Restaurant Guernsey is a truly exceptional seafood restaurant at the heart of Guernsey's picturesque St Peter Port.
In the heart of St Peter Port, Guernsey you’ll find Le Petit Bistro – authentic, rustic, and romantic, with all the joie de vivre, and le je ne sais quoi that France has to offer.
Pier 17 is a restaurant in St Peter Port, Guernsey, located at the end of the Albert Pier. Offering great views of the harbour and delicious dishes made using the freshest Guernsey ingredients, the restaurant is complete with two terraces.