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As a small island famous for its food, Jersey’s bursting with flavour from abundant local produce and rich creamy milk to seafood straight from the island’s clear waters. From beach cafes to chic restaurants, farm stalls to village delis, Jersey is packed with amazing eating experiences to add an authentic local flavour to your stay. Just bring a healthy appetite.

It doesn't get fresher than Faulkners.

Fuel up on fresh Jersey seafood at Faulkner Fisheries housed inside a WW2 German bunker at the end of the Five Mile Road in St. Ouen’s Bay. Take your pick from the morning catch hauled in feet away from the shore that stretches out in front of you. Keep it simple with a baguette and some delicious Jersey butter. Just remember a blanket to snuggle under! 



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Jersey Oysters, why not give them a shuck?

Jersey has the third largest tidal range in the world, which means that the island is lucky enough to be blessed with the perfect environment to harvest oysters. With a daily influx of some of the cleanest sea water in Europe, the Royal Bay of Grouville is host to Jersey’s Oyster farms. There are plenty of places island wide for all you oyster lovers, to enjoy the unique taste of the Jersey Oyster!  

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Meet the Jersey cow

With their golden colouring and famous good looks, Jersey cows will be a familiar sight if you’re exploring the island, but at Woodlands Farm you’re able to get up close and personal. A working family dairy farm nestled in the heart of Jersey. Woodlands Farm Butchers is open in the farm courtyard Monday to Saturday where locals and visitors alike come to see the butchers at work and buy local beef. Why not pick up something to grill on a beach BBQ?

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Fuel up at the Fresh Fish Company

Pop in and meet the friendly team who serve up locally caught fish and fresh lobster straight from the sea. Pick up some hand dived scallops or Jersey lobster – perfect for a seafood BBQ.

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Farm stalls to discover

What’s more authentic than shopping at a farm where local produce was grown or reared? In Jersey, the field to fork journey is far shorter you can even pick up a real taste of the island at local farm­run roadside stalls where you leave payment in an honesty box. Whether you’re planning a Jersey picnic, or just want to taste some of the island’s produce, fresh from the farm, the island’s farm stalls are worth a stop. Here are four to try:

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