With so many great foodie spots all over Jersey, it can be a little overwhelming to choose where to have your next holiday meal. And while we do great food at The Inn, we want our guests to get out and try the many wonderful places nearby. Below, we have listed 15 Best Restaurants in Jersey to get you started.
This fantastic little coffee shop is a slice of the fabulous Australian (and now the UK) cafe culture “serving thoroughly good coffee and freshly prepared food.” A great local spot to try.
The Good Egg Beach Cafe is a child and dog-friendly award-winning local Beach spot serving food from local producers with a sustainability focus. Great food and views.
A little beach shack serving great Thai food is enough to make you forget you’re in Jersey! We recommend heading down to watch the sunset with great food. Be aware they can get busy as they are so popular.
This casual venue overlooks St Aubin’s bay, giving every table panoramic views. They have a great range of food, including afternoon tea served on vintage china with homemade scones.
This cute little venue is nestled deep in the local market. It is worth visiting to enjoy lunch with the daily market activities bustling around – fantastic and well-presented food accompanied by good service.
With solid oak beams and granite walls coupled with a relaxed but efficient service, this is the place for a romantic night or a get together with family and friends.
For authentic Indian food, this venue is popular for its lovely atmosphere, friendly staff and great food. Well worth a visit during your stay.
This simply furnished ‘Foodhouse’ is close to the beach and offers fresh seafood, meats and vegetables sourced from around the island.
Bollywood Bytes is another popular local Indian restaurant to try, offering wonderful flavours and good service with a comfortable dining experience.
Located by the sea on the outskirts of town, this restaurant specialises in fresh local fish and shellfish, lobsters, crab, oysters, scallops and more.
Unawatuna serves unique Sri Lankan cuisine, and it’s easy to see why this restaurant is popular for those seeking something different. They serve a range of dishes focusing on tasty vegetarian fare.
La Bastille is a French style bar & brasserie housed in a beautiful 17th-century building. The place is worth visiting if you want great food, wine, and beer, in a cosy venue with booth tables and a relaxed atmosphere.
This marble-fronted chic and contemporary restaurant is worth visiting for great cocktails, wine, and food for a special evening out: eye-catching dishes and unique flavours.
This buzzy all-day brasserie has a striking colour scheme with blue velour banquettes and yellow leather chairs serving modern dishes with a Mediterranean influence. The oysters are a highlight.
A former gentlemen’s club, redesigned into a modern and beautiful restaurant. The menu features everything from brasserie classics to Asian-inspired dishes.