Get your Jersey escape off to the right start with a slap-up brunch at one of the island’s breakfast hot spots. Brunch is an institution and one we take seriously in Jersey. You’ll find plenty of places serving up this most plentiful of meals. Whether you prefer a fruit bowl or a full brekkie, you’ll discover platefuls of Jersey deliciousness to keep you fuelled for you whole holiday.
Lockes Coffee & Grub.
A cool St. Helier hangout Lockes has a huge selection of coffees, teas, great food and naughty treats. Their imaginative menu will set you up for a day of adventure.
Nude Food on the Beach.
Health conscious customer? Don’t sacrifice your flavour, at Nude on the Beach, a clean eating café serving up all day dining in a bright airy environment.
La Braye Bistro.
The food is always fresh at La Braye, wherever possible locally sourced, and consistently unfussy and delicious. Dress for the season and enjoy the large terrace with views overlooking the vast Bay of St. Ouen’s.
Located in the picturesque harbour of Gorey, in the east of the island, Sumas has been a firm favourite with locals and tourists alike since 1997. A chic and contemporary room, with new all weather terrace offers stunning views of Mont Orgueil Castle and the Royal Bay of Grouville – the perfect place to start your day!
One of St. Helier’s newest additions, hidden away in the Museum with a beautiful courtyard for when the weathers fine, is The Yard. The patisserie alone makes it worth a visit but with a great selection of small plates on the menu you’ll find space to enjoy it all.
El Tico Beach Cantina.
Watch the waves roll in as you tuck into Mexican eggs or Tico hash at this surfside restaurant. El Tico is a popular weekend destination for keen brunchers, pick a table outside in the summer for an alfresco breakfast with a side of fresh air.