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The best places to eat in Jersey

More Michelin Stars per square mile outside of London!

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1 October – 11 November

Boasting over 30 AA Rosette Awards and the highest number of Michelin starred restaurants per square mile outside of London, Jersey is a well regarded on the food front. These are not the only accolades, numerous island eateries have been recommended by top food guides with well known celebrity chefs promoting and enjoying the natural larder to be found on Jersey’s shores and soils. Here’s where TripAdvisor users recommended (as of June 2018):

  1. Drifter’s Beach Bar & Bistro, St Helier.
    British, European, Mediterranean, Vegetarian, Vegan & Gluten free options.
  2. Lazin Lizard, St Brelade.
    International, Vegetarian, Vegan & Gluten free options.
  3. Aromas, St Helier.
    Seafood, British, European, Vegetarian, Vegan & Gluten free options.
  4. Bellagio, St Helier.
    Italian, International Vegetarian, Vegan & Gluten free options.
  5. Bracewell’s, St Aubin.
    European, International, Vegetarian & Vegan options.
  6. Gradees, St Helier.
    Seafood, Vegetarian & Gluten free options.
  7. Sirocco, Royal Yacht Hotel, St Helier AA 3 Rosettes
    British, European, Vegetarian, Vegan & Gluten free options.

Revere Hotel
3 star rating

Hotel de France
4 star rating

Longueville Manor
AA 5 star rating


Jersey’s cuisine

Traditional Jersey’s predominantly anglo-french cuisine has now taken on a fusion of tastes from around the world with an eclectic array of restaurants, hotel venues, bistros, cafes and gastro pubs offering cosmopolitan dishes at reasonable prices. However the area hasn’t attracted a host of well regarded celebrity chefs without reason and locally sourced, freshly cooked dishes feature on the menus of the islands prestigious Michelin starred restaurants, undoubtedly taking the islands bountiful natural larder as inspiration.

Jersey Specialities

Serviced by the warm Gulf Stream, the clear Jersey waters offer superb fish catches with abundant shellfish, oysters, scallops, lobster and crabs at the ready. Further out to sea, Bass and Black Bream are renown catches but simply cooked mackerel with fresh Jersey Royals has to be an island favourite dish.

The Jersey Royal and apples

Carefully gathered seaweed, or vraic, fertilises the soil and leads to the growth of one of Jersey’s best known commodities, the Jersey Royal potato. However Jersey Jewel tomatoes are also widely distributed and the islands apple orchards produce some of the oldest and most unusual products in the form of Jersey Black Butter, a sticky black treacle looking preserve made from apples.


Possibly the ‘face of Jersey’ the beautiful brown Jersey Cows service the islands food industry more than anything else. Jersey milk, cream, butter, ice cream, yoghurt, fudge and artisan cheeses being just a few of the products readily available on worldwide supermarket shelves.

Wine, Cider and Ales

Enjoying the same latitude and sunny climate as many of the famous wine production areas on the continent has supported the growth of white and red grape varieties on the island and the production of some excellent island wines. With the abundance of apples, cider and brandy are readily available and keenly celebrated whilst La Mare Wine Estate has just succeeded with the first Jersey Royal based vodka. The award winning Liberation Brewery is also situated on the island.

La Mare Wine Estate – wines, ciders, chocolates, fudge and the first Jersey Royal Vodka!
The Liberation Group are a Genuine Jersey members pub, restaurant and drinks business across Jersey, Guernsey and Alderney.

Jersey Specialities

Jersey Wonders

You can’t attend a festival on the island without noticing Jersey Wonders. The doughnut type mixture, made without sugar or jam, was traditionally cooked on the outgoing tide on the superstition that the fat would overflow otherwise.

Bean Crock

A slowly cooked bean and beef stew, traditionally flavoured with a pig’s trotter!


Harvested under strict conditions due to their rarity, this sought after shellfish is best accompanied by crusty bread and a glass of fine white wine.

Want to know more?

From foraging walks and guided oyster trails to fish markets in St Helier and St Aubin’s farmers markets, there are numerous places learn about and buy Jersey’s produce. You can even subscribe to the islands quirky honesty boxes where roadside stalls offer their best garden produce in return for an honest payment into a box. Look out for the Genuine Jersey logo in supermarkets, denoting home grown or locally sourced varieties. Further information on great places to eat in Jersey can be found on Vibrant Jersey’s website.

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Serving water at The Grand Jersey


Michelin Starred Restaurants & AA Rosettes

  • Samphire Restaurant in St Helier AA 3 Rosettes
  • Mark Jordan at the Beach michelin plate AA 2 Rosettes (Bib Gourmond holder)
  • The Oyster Box, St Brelade michelin plate AA 2 Rosettes
  • The Grill, L’Horizon Beach Hotel and Spa AA 2 Rosettes
  • Sumas, Gorey michelin plate AA 2 Rosettes
  • The Moorings Hotel & Restaurant, Gorey AA 2 Rosettes
  • The Boat House, St Aubin AA 1 Rosette
  • Green Island Restaurant, St Clement michelin plate AA 1 Rosette
  • Bass & Lobster, Gorey michelin plate
  • Rozel Pub, Rozel Valley michelin plate


Chef at Green Island Restaurant