Saint Helier Restaurants

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  • 1. Seafish Cafe

    ...but not as we know it ;-) Having fortuitously managed an evening off work whilst my good "fiend" leics was visiting Jersey we'd arranged to meet up for a few beers and a bite to eat here in St...

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  • 2. Brian's Noodle Bar

    There's a wealth of eating places within St Helier's spectacularly Victorian Central Market, all of which seemed to be doing good business on the lunchtime that I dropped in, but as soon as my nose...

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  • 3. Elizabeth Castle Cafe

    As a thing to do Elizabeth Castle, out in the bay, is well worth the visit and you should expect to spend at least an hour or more investigating the historic stuff. Which rather conveniently took me...

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  • 4. Pickled Pepper

    I was looking for something snacky for a late lunch and the advertised "Crab Open Sandwich" here at Pickled Pepper in the Beresford Fish Market sounded ideal for my needs. Well, it sortof was! For...

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  • 5. The Lamplighter

    It's not often a pub manages to succeed in being a superb boozer and being a well-worth-visiting eating house simultaneously but the Lamplighter on St Helier's Mulcaster Street gets top marks from me...

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  • 6. The Asailum

    I've never been to Thailand but I have eaten in many Thai restaurants during my travels elsewhere and so I've a reasonable idea of what proper Thai restaurant food should be and here at Asailum it...

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  • 7. The Cornish Bakery

    If I remember correctly I was heading elsewhere for the afternoon and had to change buses here in St Helier. My connecting bus wasn't for a while and not having done anything creative, constructive...

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  • 8. Seafish Cafe: A posh fish & chip shop.

    When we met in St Helier for our evening pint-and-catch up VT-er John Gayton and I decided to eat at the Seafish Cafe in Liberation Square. It's a popular...

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  • 9. Gradees Restaurant: Great Seafood! Pleasant Service!

    Some reports mention it's difficult to find so we've added a map. It's 10mins max by foot from the Bus Station (A brand new building by Liberation Square) and...

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  • 10. Pure Charity Coffee Shop: Great Coffee Place in Covered Market

    Situated in the middle of the impresive covered market, itself offering an amazing range of fresh fruit, flowers and vedgetables is the Pure Charity Coffee...

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  • 11. Casa Madeira: Portuguese

    First time in a Portuguese restaurant outside of Portugal.Very impressed with the food and friendly service. Good vegetarian choices for Mrs B. and a...

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  • 12. Jaipur Indian Restaurant: Good curry

    Regular readers will know of our liking for curry. As usual we had the urge in St Helier. Spotted this place and liked the look of the menu, good choice.Mrs...

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