Jersey is famous for its excellent cuisine. And what could be more authentic than shopping in his little shop at the farmer’s on the corner, where the calves greet you from the open stable and the regional products are offered fresh in the display. Whether you are planning a picnic on the beach or just want to try the island’s tasty delicacies, you should definitely not miss out on the special gourmet experiences around the island. Take your time and enjoy the special taste of this wonderful island.
La Mare Wine Estate, St. Mary
La Mare Wine Estate is in a quiet, secluded corner in the north of the island. An 18th century farmhouse traditionally made of Jersey granite is surrounded by vineyards and apple trees. The estate, with 80 acres of land, is known for its wines and Jersey Apple Brandy. It also produces the well-known black butter according to a traditional island recipe as well as chocolate, biscuits, jams and other delicacies according to its own creation. There are daily guided tours through the winery and the entire area with wine tasting and tasting of the handmade products. In addition, guests can linger in the gardens and grounds and visit the restaurant for lunch or coffee and cake.
A trip to St. Helier
Explore the lively heart of the island – and the gastronomic offerings in south Jersey.
Unsere Westside Story
This is the island where the Jersey Royals come freshly harvested to the table every day of the season. The tides around Jersey mean that seafood, crabs and lobsters are in abundance around the coast, where fresh sea herbs can also be picked. Discover Jersey’s Westside Story.
Faulkner Fisheries, St. Ouen
Faulkner Fisheries is an independent, family-run company. The sales rooms are located in a former bunker from the Second World War near L’Etacq. Fresh fish, crabs, lobsters and oysters live in the flooded bunker chambers. You can have your choice grilled on site on the BBQ and on warm summer days it is served outdoors directly by the sea.
We’re passionate about great food with a range of dining options available to suit everyone. The Westward pub houses two charming bar areas, one of which is made from the original tender to the famous Westward ship. Here you can relax and unwind with classic pub dishes, washed down with a pint of delicious, locally-brewed ale.
Relaxed yet polished, Samphire is more than just a place for special occasions. Paying homage to fresh produce, the team of dedicated chefs have created a series of contemporary menus and meticulously crafted plates, continuing through to the killer cocktail list with twists on the classics.
Jersey's premier family pub, The Portelet Inn is a 16th century inn with real olde-worlde charm. Grab a table in the loft or the alfresco seating for sweeping views out to sea overlooking Portelet Bay. Cosy up in The Granite Bar with its real fireplace, low beams and comfy armchairs whilst sampling a wide range of cask ales, lagers and wines.