As a small island famous for its food, Jersey is bursting with flavour from abundant local produce, from rich creamy milk to seafood straight from the island’s clear waters. From beach cafés to chic restaurants, farm stalls to village delis, Jersey is packed with amazing places to eat to add an authentic local flavour to your stay. Just bring a healthy appetite.
What’s your flavour?
Get your tastebuds tingling and whet your appetite by exploring all that Jersey has to offer.
Take a seat at our table and tuck into our world-famous fare. Keep an eye out on menus for freshly harvested oysters, lobster and seafood caught that morning. The creamiest dairy products and of course, our irresistible Jersey Royal potatoes. Help yourself to a serving of island life.
Top places to experience Jersey’s ‘Big Four’.
Foodies can feed their souls with continental flavours from lobsters, oysters Jersey Royal potatoes and Jersey Dairy. Here are just a few of the places that are serving up a taste of island life.
Number 10 has become a local institution synonymous with divine and decadent culinary experiences, brought to you by local chef Joseph Baker, a successful ‘Great British Menu’ competitor. Number 10 offer modern British and European food with a focus on utilising the very best seasonal and local produce that is treated with care and imagination.
Right on the seafront at St. Brelade's Bay, the flagship Jersey Crab Shack restaurant offers relaxed island-inspired dining with spectacular panoramic views. The small and big plate menu provides flexible ordering with plenty choice, from traditional fish and chips to vegan and vegetarian options.
Located on Gorey Pier, Feast overlooks the harbour and basks in the magnificence of Mont Orgueil Castle. Feast offers an easy, relaxed atmosphere dressed in a distinctive and eclectic style. Specialising in simple, delicious and modern cuisine, including sticky pork ribs, Thai green curry and our famous salt and pepper crispy squid.
A boutique restaurant located on the east of the island overlooking Mont Orgueil Castle and the picturesque harbour of Gorey. Casual fine dining with seasonally changing menus, plenty of local shellfish and seafood on offer, as well as meat and vegetarian options. Fruits de mer platters will be available during the summer months.