With its breathtaking coastline, Jersey is awash with picture perfect BBQ spots where you are free to be together. Stoke the embers of your heart by enjoying good food and good friends in the great outdoors. Here are just three hot spots to enjoy during your Jersey holiday.
Sunrise breakfast – La Coupe.
For early birds, there’s nothing more revitalising than seeing a Jersey sunrise. Located in the eastern corner of Jersey’s coastline, enjoy panoramic views of from La Coupe Bay just north of St. Catherine’s Breakwater. A tranquil and picturesque bay, on a clear day it is possible to see France. Don’t forget your flask of tea to accompany your sausage butty!
Lunch – Faulkner Fisheries, L’Etacq.
A hidden gem, a fish and shellfish vivier housed in a Second World War German bunker. Don’t miss the seafood BBQ served throughout the summer at Faulkner Fisheries, L’Etacq.
Sunset BBQ – La Saline.
At the northern end of the sweeping St. Ouen’s Bay, La Saline is a quiet spots along the bay. Pitch up on the sea wall, light the coals, grab some local John Hackett sausages or some hand dived scallops, sit back and relax with a beer in hand whilst the sun slowly sets.
Don’t fancy doing the cooking?
Check out these chilled out places to tuck into local fare.
Visit El Tico, Jersey’s original beach café, and possibly one of Britain’s original surf schools, hiring out boards since 1948. Perched on the very edge of the beach and in the middle of one of the finest surf bays in Europe. El Tico Beach Cantina, is a world class destination for fabulous food, great wine and glorious beachside sunsets.
Faulkner Fisheries is an independently family-owned group of companies buying and selling live, fresh, cooked, smoked, frozen, dried and preserved seafood in Jersey, Channel Islands and France. The group’s vivier is nestled inside a Second World War German bunker at L’Etacq in St. Ouen.
The White Horse is a smart but eclectic beach bar and eatery with separate drinking and dining areas, both with fantastic al fresco spaces and spectacular views over the bay. The décor has been designed to create a relaxed, beach bar atmosphere with fire stoves for cooler evenings and reclaimed timber providing a cosy atmosphere throughout.
One of the island's outstanding traditional pub eateries found nestled in the beautiful Ouaisné Bay. Popular with locals and visitors to the island offering a superb selection of real ales, ciders and wines to accompany our delicious menu of pub fare. Beautiful scenery and fantastic wildlife walks; there is always a warm welcome awaiting.