In recent years Guernsey has become a real gastronomic destination with a thriving local restaurant scene that continues to grow in both quality and offering, as well as a multitude of cafés, bars, fish & chip shops and beach kiosks for you to enjoy.
Whether it’s chips on the beach watching the sunset, dining out in one of Guernsey’s many restaurants, having a Guernsey cream tea or a freshly baked pastry from Senner’s Bakery, Guernsey offers plenty of opportunities when it comes to eating out.
You don’t have to eat out to make the most of Guernsey’s food. Why not cook some fresh Guernsey produce yourself? There are plenty of opportunities to do this, such as purchasing some freshly caught fish from a local fishmonger, or stopping of at one of Guernsey’s many hedge veg stalls where locals sell their home-grown fruit and veg on the roadside.
Every October the Channel Islands plays host to the Tennerfest food festival, where many eateries put together special set menus at set prices, starting from as little as £10 for three courses.
And it doesn’t just stop at food, Guernsey also has several breweries and a cider farm producing a selection of craft beers and the popular Rocquette cider.
If you’d like to find out more about places to eat and drinking in Guernsey, the VisitGuernsey website has a comprehensive listing of places to eat.