Jersey restaurants – such a great choice.
When it comes to cuisine you’ll find just about everything available in Jersey, especially around the island’s capital St. Helier. Going out for a nice meal is an important part of any holiday so we think you’ll find you’re well served on your holiday in Jersey.
The island is also renowned for growing its own good quality produce and this is plentiful and used by many local restaurants, from Jersey potatoes and tomatoes to the milk and cream from Jersey cows.
The Ocean Restaurant.
At the Atlantic Hotel in St. Brelade you’ll enjoy a Michelin star eating experience in the Ocean Restaurant – it’s won a Michelin star for the 8th consecutive year along with fine dining and amazing views towards St. Ouen’s Bay. Whether it’s a romantic dinner for two or a family meal this will be a great occasion. Plus you can choose from the restaurant itself or something less formal in the hotel lounge or terrace.
Best described as international cuisine, Aromas Restaurant is a friendly and popular small restaurant in St. Helier that’s owned by the Chef. The prices are reasonable and choice good. Food is freshly made to order and there’s a good selection of wines and other beverages.
Little Thai Restaurant.
If you like your food spicy you’ll like the Little Thai Restaurant in St. Helier. It’s a small restaurant that offers a bit of fun as well as good food. It’s informal in style and decor and is always busy, which is in itself always a good recommendation.
The Oyster Box Beach Bar & Restaurant.
This typifies Jersey, an informal beach restaurant at the lovely St. Brelades Bay. The food really does focus on the island from the fresh fish to the accompanying vegetables. It’s family owned and run and, whilst stylish is also casual, so children love it too. Whether you want the fresh lobster and oysters or a gourmet burger the experience will be one you’ll remember from your holiday in Jersey.
You’ll find Pedros in the St. Aubin’s Bay area on the south coast. It’s friendly and the European menu features fresh Jersey produce at reasonable prices. The wines too are reasonably priced. For a good choice and ambiance this is definitely worth trying during you Jersey holiday.
Also in St. Aubin’s Cheffins offers a good selection to accommodate all tastes. All fish is caught locally on the day and other ingredients are also locally sourced. This is a good example of a real Jersey experience, where the food is fresh and homemade, and the dishes simple yet tasty.
Jersey may not be in the Indian Ocean but this restaurant will take you there while you enjoy great spicy food from that part of the world. Both the food and the staff get great reviews so definitely worth a try.
The choice of course is endless but we hope you like these for starters!