In Jersey, our food is as fresh as the sea air. Our pride and passion is our world-famous local produce. From field to fork in the time it takes for the tide to rise, Jersey packs a rich and colourful larder into its nine by five food miles. Peckish travellers will find farm stalls, food markets and beach restaurants bursting with unique Jersey produce, from velvety Jersey Dairy to fresh oysters washed clean by the biggest tidal range in Europe.

Just bring an appetite as there’s an abundance of foodie events on the menu this autumn in Jersey. Make sure to add these to your list and you’ll be in for a mouth-watering Curiously Brit…(ish) escape.

Sample the best of Jersey’s vibrant food scene at Tennerfest.

The Channel Islands’ favourite food festival is back for its 25th year. Dine out across Jersey and sample meals from participating restaurants with fixed price menus from £10. For six weeks from the 01 October, local restaurants across Jersey are encouraged to create special, all-inclusive menus that provide diners with more at a fixed amount.

What’s on the menu

Black butter making festival

Annual Black butter making at The Elms.

Get stuck into the ancient art of making black butter, a delicious preserve made using Jersey apples and fresh cider and spices, which takes place annually at The Elms, the headquarters of the National Trust for Jersey.

Rich in history and taste.

Jersey black butter or ‘Le Niere Buerre’ is a very old and traditional farm-house delicacy of Jersey made from a proliferation of apples which are peeled, cored and cooked down with black treacle, liquorice, cider, brown sugar and spices.

Join in

La Fais’sie D’Cidre: 15 – 16 October.

Jersey’s annual cider festival brings together communities, volunteers and apple and cider experts to create a unique Jersey experience in the beautiful surroundings of Hamptonne.

…But it’s not all about the cider – there’s also live music, entertainers, creative activities, dance, artisan sellers, fantastic local food.

Get involved

A man at a beach kiosk looking very happy holding two breakfast rolls

Brunch spots.

One too many ciders?...

Well, here are our favourite brunch spots to refresh a heavy head. Tuck into feasts to revive your mind, body and soul. Brunch is an institution and one we take seriously in Jersey. You’ll be spoilt for choice with island hotspots serving up the most plentiful of meals.

Refuel

48 hours in Jersey for a foodie…

A flavour of what’s returning next year…

The famous five.

Eat Jersey Food Festival: 23 - 26 March.

Make sure to bring an appetite as the four-day gourmet food festival will be returning to The Atlantic Hotel from 23 March. World renowned, 2 Michelin star chef, Michel Roux Jr will be headlining. To top it all off, Michel will be joined by a stellar line up of renowned chefs, celebrating Jersey’s unique produce. An event not to be missed, especially for the foodies – you’ll be in for a mouth-watering Brit…(ish) escape.

The line up

Great Brit...(ish) flavours.

Taste Jersey: 27 March - 04 May.

Taste Jersey is returning for 2023. A unique gastronomic celebration of local produce, not to be missed between 27 March – 04 May. Sink your teeth into delicious experiences at some of the island’s most luxurious and award-winning restaurants. It’s the perfect opportunity to taste our Great Brit…(ish) flavours. You’ll be spoilt for choice wherever you decide to take your seat for dinner.

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