With over 40 beach cafés, cantinas and kiosks dotted around the island, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Whether you’re looking for a sea view brunch, a sunset supper, a pit stop snack or you’re looking to tuck into an indulgent afternoon tea for two, there are plenty of options to find the perfect table to refuel.
Take a bite out of Jersey’s coastal café culture.
Discover beach cafés in some of the island’s most scenic spots where you can enjoy a nourishing bite to eat and a cup of something warm.
A relaxed style café in beautiful Bonne Nuit Bay, using the freshest local seafood and produce. Serving traditional cuisine and Thai food until close, with a takeaway service also available. Located on the slip way at Bonne Nuit Bay Harbour on the north coast.
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.
There's nothing like eating fresh seafood by the sea. And, because it's the seaside, after all, indulging in a glorious ice cream sundae should be on top of your holiday 'to do' list. Whether for a light snack, coffee drink, delicious meal or afternoon tea, The Golden Sands Café Bar and Restaurant has something for everyone.
A family run café, serving all the produce you would expect from a café and more: breakfasts, burgers, pizzas, panini's. Plus chef's specials that include salmon, steak, homemade soups, fresh salads, homemade pastries, cakes and pies. The majority of our products are sourced from local and Genuine Jersey produce.
Our family owned is located on the beautiful South Coast of Jersey along Victoria Avenue. Dining in or out, you will be able to enjoy the glorious views of the stunning South Coast of the Island. We cater for all the family with a good kids' menu, high chairs and a play area.
Plémont Beach Café is a family run business that is very popular with both, locals and visitors. The café prides itself on using Genuine Jersey produce whenever possible, it has incredible views and fabulous food. Located right at the forefront of the beautiful Plémont Bay, amazing views and delicious food are promised.
In need of a quick pick me up in St. Helier?
Take a seat at one of the many cafés in the heart of Jersey’s capital.
Big Maggy’s opened its doors in March 2010, primarily then as a cycling themed coffee shop, offering high-end retail services and bike fitting for custom built racing bikes. Our aim now is to promote all things cycling. All racers, commuters and coffee-lovers welcome!
At the heart of Jersey's main shopping street, Café Ubé makes a convenient stop for your morning coffee, healthy lunch, or a quick snack on the go. Grab soup, salads, sandwiches and everything in between, all made fresh each day on the island.
Located in the Jersey Arts Centre, CaféJac is a relaxed and friendly café, with excellent coffee, fresh juices, and casual dining food and service. With a large breakfast to dinner menu to suit all preferences and dietary requirements, CaféJac is a great place to sit, relax and have a coffee, breakfast, or drinks and dinner with friends.
Bean Around the World is like no where else on Jersey. Over the past two decades 'The Bean' has gained something of a cult following amongst locals and is a must for any visiting coffee aficionado. Not only does The Bean roast their own coffee but we also serve fresh fruit smoothies, shakes, infusion teas and a whole lot more.
Afternoon tea in Jersey.
You’d expect an island famous for its dairy produce to serve up a mouth-watering and memorable afternoon tea, complete with buttery scones and lashings of cream. Jersey doesn’t disappoint. Here you find plenty of traditional afternoon tea trays brimming with local produce, all served with beautiful island backdrops.