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Top 5 Restaurants in Guernsey

Auberge Restaurant, Jerbourg Point, Guernsey

Guernsey is well known for its sophisticated and scrumptious cuisine.  There are a wide variety of restaurants across the island offering something for everyone and there is no excuse not to indulge.  Here is our pick of the 5 top restaurants worth a visit.

Auberge – Set on a cliff top at Jerbourg with stunning views over St Peter Port, chef Daniel Green’s menu is set to impress.

The Old Government House – Jerome Barbancon has derived a local-based menu to arouse the tastebuds.  Incorporating mainly seafood  – and even local sea weed gathered by himself – the cuisine offers something for all and those who dare can even sample the seven course menu.

Le Petit Bistro – Inspired by the chef’s native Brittany, the menu offers ingredients from Buckwheat to Andouilles.  Fish dishes are a speciality and often there is a choice including sea bass, black bream and crab.

Cristophes  – One of Guernsey’s Michelin starred restaurants. Here fusion touches meet classicism and a tasty yet unusual menu is created. The elegance of the service really is second to none.

Fermain Beach Cafe – Once a small ice cream hut, the beach cafe now offers exquisite seafood. Sit on benches overlooking the beach while tucking into some fresh fish or crab for an authentic local Guernsey feel.

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