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Eat - Guernsey Restaurants

Our Guernsey Restaurant Guide offers a internet search reference to some of the finest restaurants in Guernsey, from pavement cafes and brasseries to international standard fine dining restaurants and outstanding hotel restaurants.

Naturally fresh local produce including our famous Guernsey seafood is of the very highest quality with fresh caught: crab lobster, bass, mussels and scallops featuring on many Guernsey restaurant menus. Please use the links below to visit great Guernsey places to eat websites, browse menus and make table reservations online.

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La Barbarie Restaurant.

La Barbarie Restaurant

Dining at La Barbarie Restaurant is not stuffy. Here the enjoyment of food is considered a social as well as culinary event. Daily changing menus are exciting without being pretentious and the team are helpful, friendly and never pompous. Rick Stein, the country's most celebrated seafood chefs pronounced the lobster the best he had ever tasted.

Restaurant Copenhagen.

Restaurant Copenhagen

Guernsey has often been described as the Channel Island paradise for Gourmets. Hotel de Havelet is home to two of the most popular St. Peter Port restaurants: The Wellington Boot and Restaurant Copenhagen. Both restaurants enjoy fine views of Castle Cornet and Havelet Bay and serve lunch, afternoon tea, snacks and dinner.

The Cliff Top Dessert Bar.

The Cliff Top Dessert Bar

Take me to the cake! The unique Cliff Top Dessert Bar is situated, unsurprisingly, atop the cliffs at Jerbourg Point with stunning views over the neighbouring Channel Islands. Seasoned Cakists beat a cliff path to the door of this popular coffee shop and bakery. Enjoy fresh cakes daily inside, on the sun terrace or even a take away.

The Doghouse for fabulous food.

The Doghouse

The Doghouse is Guernsey's finest live music venue and sports bar where you can enjoy fabulous food, great wines, and friendly restaurant service all under one roof. Music fans of all generations are welcome to enjoy the best bands in the Channel Islands as well as some of the biggest tribute bands in the world from the UK circuit.

JB Parker's bar, restaurant and wine cellar.

J B Parker's

J B Parker's, a unique and atmospheric bar and restaurant with a wine cellar located beneath the ancient cobbled streets of St. Peter Port. The buzzing open kitchen and charcoal grill sets the tone for seriously tasty and interesting food with counter top dining an option while the bar serves up cool cocktails, craft beers, guest real ales and the ubiquitous range of gins.

The Conservatory Guernsey.

The Conservatory Restaurant

The Conservatory is a light airy Guernsey restaurant located in the very centrally situated Moores Hotel, in the heart of pretty St. Peter Port. The restaurant offers excellent and well priced dining featuring seasonal Guernsey produce wherever possible, and courteous, friendly service. Lunch al fresco on the terrace is available during the Summer months.

The Oak bar and sun terrace.

The Oak Restaurant

The Oak Restaurant opens daily for lunch and dinner. The bar, and in the Summer the sun terrace, is popular with visitors to Guernsey and locals alike. The menu is extremely varied and features seasonal produce including fresh seafood wherever possible. There is a carefully selected wine list, with several good house wines on offer.

Hideaway patisserie Guernsey.

Hideaway Patisserie

Hideaway is an authentic Austrian patisserie creating some of the finest gateaux in Guernsey. Light meals are served throughout the day, and the menu features healthy salads, alongside delicious open sandwiches and traditional Austrian dishes. Apfelstrudel, Sachertorte, Lemon Tart and a host of other temptations for those with a sweet tooth.