Guernsey Restaurants

  • Cheese and Ham Ploughmans
    Cheese and Ham Ploughmans
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    Guinea fowl at Braye Beach Hotel...
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  • Mixed tapas at Gloria's Food, Alderney
    Mixed tapas at Gloria's Food, Alderney
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Guernsey Restaurants

  • Fresh, contemporary food and a great...

    Market Kitchen is a great blend of high quality, freshly prepared restaurant food, combined with a friendly relaxed and informal atmophere which makes it the perfect place for meals with friends, a business lunch, or just meeting up for a coffee (and fab home made cake!).We visited in August when it was possible to sit outside in the sunshine of...

  • Yum! High quality locally grown and...

    The Market Kitchen really has the best location in town. There is only one public square in St Peter Port, and only one restaurant in that square. The al-fresco area is stylish and there is often live music playing. If the sun is out it's magical.The emphasis is on fresh, seasonal, local food. The quality of produce is high so the prices are not...

  • A piece of Italy in Guernsey

    Da Nello is a well established Italian Restaurant in The Lower Pollet. It's decor has developed over more than 20 years and is a perfect piece of Italy conveniently located in Guernsey. Staff are extremely professional and the quality of food is of the highest standard. Da Nello is reputed to be the best restaurant in Guernsey. I always have the...

  • Great Italian

    This small but comfortable Italian restaurant is tucked away in a courtyard in Trinity Square, St Peter Port. The service is excellent and the food is even better. Well known for their seafood but its all good.

  • Greasy Spoon Cafe

    Well most parts of Great Britain have em! The good old greasy spoon cafes, and in St peter port Guernsey has one to. The White Rock Cafe is frequented by the builders and locals for a good old fry up, or a good english breakfast. A no frills sort of place, and ideal for those on a budget or just students! I had a really good gammon steak, with...

  • Cool watering hole

    This is not a restaurant, but a bar. I could not see a name on it anywhere, but it is beneath the Prince of Wales restaurant so I assume it is their bar. It is a small, sleek and modern place and there were lots of locals gathering for an afternoon libation. We, as usual, were the senior citizens of the crowd and I soon drew the attention of the...

  • Nice soup on a cool day

    This is the cafe attached to the Guernsey museum and has snack type meals - sandwiches, soups, etc. It also has a lovely view of the park and the bay. It was a cool day so we stopped for split pea and ham soup. It was a delicious light lunch.

  • More than British cuisine

    This is a very pleasant and attractive restaurant but with an informal atmosphere. The food is outstanding and the staff very attentive. It caters primarily to hotel guests I think but there were a number of locals there as well. The people in the photo were friends - one couple from England and the other from Guernsey. I included them because...

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