Six local favourite brunch spots

Breakfast’s important. So make yours count.

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Great weekends always need to begin with a great brunch - it’s not so much a tradition as a ritual. Get your Jersey weekend off to the right start with a slap-up brunch at the island’s breakfast hot spots. Choose from some of these tried and tested local favourites and be warned, you’ll want to try them all.

Nude Food Beach

This small but perfectly formed beach café in St. Aubin's Bay serves up colourful, creative and nourishing delights to their dedicated following of health-conscious customers. If the sun is shining nab one of their tables on the beach and feel the sand between your toes as you sip your morning smoothie. 

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THE LOOKOUT

Cycle, walk or jog to this family-run café on the cycle track along St. Aubin’s bay, and stay for brunch by the sea. Take your pick from eggs florentine to fried eggs on toast - as well as a full English in the mornings. The Lookout brunch is served from 10:00 to 15:00.

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EL TICO

Watch the waves roll in as you tuck into Mexican eggs or Tico hash at this surfside restaurant. A popular weekend destination for keen brunchers, pick a table outside in the summer for an alfresco breakfast with a side of fresh sea air.

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SUMAS

The weekend brunch at this sea view Gorey restaurant is legendary, from indulgent pancakes and waffles to avocado, sourdough and poached eggs - local and organic of course. Also on the menu, a choice of full English options to set you up for the day.

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COLLEEN’S

Venture up to the north-west corner of Jersey for a weekend breakfast with a sea view on the side at this beach café overlooking Grève de Lecq beach. It’s a local institution, and breakfast tastes even better after a walk across the sand or along the cliffs - the nearby coastal path from Grève to Plemont is a popular route.

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THE HUNGRY MAN

It doesn’t get much better than brunch at the Hungry Man kiosk overlooking the boats at the picturesque harbour village of Rozel. A proper cup of tea and a bacon roll in the fresh sea air will always blow away the cobwebs.

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