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Gourmet Guernsey

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Some of the best things to partake in Guernsey is the local cuisine

Guernsey is renowned for its fabulous foodie scene and wherever you visit on the island a treat awaits!

Whether you are looking for a casual snack beside the beach or a fantastic view across St. Peter Port, a sumptuous afternoon tea or just fish and chips on the beach, Guernsey has it covered. The freshest seafood, locally farmed produce and dairy from our famous Guernsey cows provide an abundance of ingredients - all within 24 square miles.

St. Peter Port Views

Le Nautique

Occupying vaults used in the eighteenth century by shipowners & merchants you will find, Le Nautique this is the place to enjoy great seafood and a glass of wine whilst watching over the bustling harbour of St. Peter Port. The menu features a wide array of fish and seafood dishes, as well as a selection of meat and vegetarian options.

On the edge of the harbour you will find the The Slaughterhouse. This is where great food and drink come together in a spectacular historical building. The sun-drenched sheltered courtyard is the perfect place to unwind with a snack or drink or feat on food prepared to perfection by their team of chefs is served on the mezzanine level, where each window offers a picture-postcard view of St. Peter Port.

Located on the ground floor of the former Coach House at Hotel de Havelet, is the Copenhagen Bar & Grill, enjoying fine views of St. Peter Port and Castle Cornet. The name Copenhagen derives from the favourite horse of the first Duke of Wellington, the new Bar & Grill still has many nods to its equestrian past which you will see dotted around the interior. There is also a Scandinavian feel to the interiors which is also reflected with some of the menu offerings.


Sunset Chippy

Fish & Chips

Is there anything better or simpler in life then a sunset with a bag of chips!

If you get the chance pay a visit to Cobo Fish Bar, that is adjacent to Cobo Bay in the west of the island, one of the island’s most popular beaches. With a selection of salty favourites, Cobo Fish Bar is open all year round to provide you with classic fish-shop delicacies. Cobo Bay also offers one of the most amazing sunsets anywhere in Guernsey, so if you’d like to enjoy a beautiful sunset along with the freshest fish and chips, Cobo Fish Bar is the obvious choice!

Not fancying getting sand between your toes, the beach terrace at the Cobo Bay Hotel is open daily from 10am till 10pm in high season, serving a varied menu including fish dishes, vegetarian & vegan options along with something for the carnivores. Check out the daily fresh seafood specials board or simply relax in the afternoon with their fabulous "Tea by the Sea menu" and enjoy a fresh pot of tea and a homemade scone with lashings of cream and jam.


Afternoon Tea

Afternoon Tea

Is there anything better than a classic afternoon tea, with Guernsey being a world famous producer of award winning dairy items, you are assured that only the best cream will top your scones, the question is should the cream or the jam go first?

There's nowhere better to savour a delicious traditional Afternoon Tea than at The Old Government House Hotel , looking out over St. Peter Port. The OGH try to make sure everything is special, and for many years have welcomed guests and locals for their popular Afternoon Tea which can be enjoyed in the Sir John Coward Lounge, or during finer weather, outdoors in The Olive Grove and gardens of the hotel

The old saying is true; there really is no place like Herm. Just click your heels together and enjoy a full Afternoon Tea at The White House Hotel in either The Conservatory Restaurant or The Monk’s Bar. With a selection of modern twists on the classic ingredients of an Afternoon Tea, you can enjoy the view out of the glazed dining room and feel miles away with your own slice of heaven on this beautiful Island!


Local's Favourites


With 35 miles of coastline, Guernsey has some breath-taking sights to take in, and what better way to do that than over a spot of lunch or dinner! Guernsey embraces its wonderfully pretty surroundings and you can too with these superb terraces serving excellent food.

Slap bang on Pembroke Beach, The Beach House has a varied menu of beach-side classics, all served with a smile. The fantastic location lends itself perfectly to the café style atmosphere created by the large glass panels and planters. Pembroke Beach inspires pure relaxation with its golden sands, and there is no better place to sit and enjoy it than from the terrace of The Beach House.

The Imperial Hotel is located in one of the Channel Island's most picturesque settings and features a terrace overlooking the beautiful Rocquaine Bay in Torteval, Guernsey. With its beach side location, the hotel is in the perfect setting to enjoy the safe sandy beaches, crystal clear waters and miles of adjoining coastal cliff paths. This is an area of great natural beauty and a tranquil location, making it a perfect place to unwind.


All that is left is for you to get back home and tell your friends about the wonderful time you spent with your family in beautiful Jersey!