Whether you want a casual snack beside the beach or a Michelin star experience, Jersey has you covered. The freshest seafood, locally farmed produce and dairy.
Unique in Jersey, Banjo is a European-style brasserie located in a former Victorian Gentlemen's Club in central St. Helier.
Considered by many critics either side of the Channel as a culinary must whilst in Jersey.
With arguably one of the best locations in Jersey, El Tico is perched on the sea wall overlooking St Ouen's Bay.
Feast is one of Jersey’s favourite eateries, specialising in simple, delicious, modern food.
The award winning Greenhills Hotel is located in the beautiful countryside of St Peter.
Relax and enjoy delicious local food in beautiful St Ouen’s Bay.
La Bastille Brasserie offer a unique combination of traditional and progressive dishes in central St Helier.
Andrew Baird's food is all about the very best of local produce as well as the abundant harvest from the beautiful Victorian kitchen garden.
This is the Merton Hotel's main restaurant where hearty breakfasts and delicious buffet dinners are served.
Located in The Atlantic Hotel and overlooking the magnificent gardens and sweep of St Ouen's Bay.
Established over 175 years ago, the Pomme d'Or is one of Jersey's most prominent hotels and in a very convenient town centre location.
Situated in the centre of St Helier, the bespoke furniture, aged leather and silk wallpaper bring understated sophistication.
Love fish and chips? Seafish Café is a restaurant where you could eat locally caught, sustainable fish and chips in a relaxed atmosphere.
The Bay Restaurant is the main dining area at the St Brelade's Bay Hotel and popular with both locals and visitors.
At the Waterfront Restaurant & Terrace, the chic, contemporary décor draws its colour palette from the natural hues of the island and its marina.
Set overlooking the beautiful expanse of St Ouen's Bay, The Watersplash is a popular place for locals and visitors to enjoy relaxed beach side dining.