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Guernsey Restaurants & Eating Out

Enjoying a melding of traditional cuisines, Guernsey’s restaurants provide a full range of specialities including their own dishes with a distinctly Anglo-French influence. An abundance of fresh local seafood including crab, lobster and a wide variety of fish coupled with rich creamy dairy produce and fresh locally grown veg makes Guernsey and ideal place to enjoy eating out. Even if you have dinner, bed and breakfast arranged at your hotel, there’s plenty of beach side cafés and local restaurants worth sampling.

Traditional dishes

Passed down through generations, it’s worth trying some Bean Jar whilst staying on the island. Guernsey Gâche or Gâche Mélée is a traditional fruit cake in Guernsey and tomatoes traditionally grew on the island. Newer specialities are also worth trying. Nothing can beat a rich Guernsey ice cream or some tasty Fort Grey cheese. Rocquette Cider is brewed in Guernsey and beer is also produced on the island. Take a look at our food and drink page for more details.

Seafood at the farmhouse
Dining overlooking St Peter Port
fresh cheesecake

Guernsey’s AA Rosette Restaurants

Also:

Hotels in the Trip Advisor Top Ten in Guernsey (2014) with great food reviews: