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Pie Month at Randall’s

Pie month is back this February at Randalls! From timeless classics like Shepherd’s pie to Vegan butternut squash & spinach, to the irresistible Bramble apple pie – we’re serving up over 40 pies for you to try out! Available Monday to Saturday from 5–29 February, for lunch or dinner. Please view our full menus by visiting our website.

  • Ouverture saisonnière

Prix: £13.95 - £18.50

Plus d'infos

Pubs taking part are listed below:

• The Boat House
• Les Fontaines Tavern
• The Portelet Inn
• The Priory Inn
• The Royal, St. Martin
• The Sir George Carteret
• So Bar
• Chambers
• The Goose
• The Adelphi Lounge
• The Admiral Tavern

Available Monday to Saturday from 5–29 February, for lunch or dinner. Not available Sundays. To view our full menu’s please visit our website.

Informations d'ouverture

Nous sommes ouverts:

Principales caractéristiques
  • Intérieur
  • Famille
  • Couples
  • Restauration
  • Accès fauteuil roulant
  • Parking

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Les Fontaines Tavern

Dating back to the 17th century, and affectionately known to the locals as ‘The Northern Office’. Les Fontaines is a fine traditional pub catering for all the family. Original granite features and oak beams contrast with the modern mezzanine gallery with its vaulted wooden ceiling.

The Portelet Inn

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.

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The Priory Inn

Situated on the north coast, The Priory Inn is one of Jersey’s oldest inns and is just five minutes’ walk from the historic ‘Devil’s Hole’. This country pub with its open log fire and original granite features oozes rural charm and rustic character.

The Royal

Situated in the heart of St. Martin’s Village and frequented by locals and visitors. Everyone receives a warm welcome; as the saying goes ‘you enter as a stranger, but only once’. In its heyday as a coaching inn, The Royal was a lot smaller than it is today; it now has a large lounge and diner with spacious outside dining area.

The Sir George Carteret

Traditional yet wacky, a place to gather your friends for a good old catch up or celebration. The lively mix and match of colours and designs flow through the spacious interior – or head outside to our sun drenched patio at the rear of the building to enjoy your favourite tipples and meals.

The Goose

Renowned for its fantastic food, offering a varied menu, exceptionally good value for money whilst providing some great offers. With its dining area fitted with booth seating and large cosy sofas, it is the ideal place for a quiet meal away from the bustle of the bar.

The Adelphi Lounge

A traditional town pub with an ‘out of town’ warmth and an even warmer welcome. Overlooking Parade Gardens, the Adelphi with its mix of modern and traditional décor and just a stone’s throw from the Opera House is popular for pre-theatre dinner and drinks with both locals and visitors alike.

The Admiral Tavern

A busy traditional pub at the top end of town by St. James’ Church. With its oak beams and bare floorboards, it’s known for its great vibe and warm, friendly welcome.