Pub And Bar Food

Enjoy a traditional pub lunch in one of the many family friendly bistro`s. If you have young children there are pubs that provide play areas for them to explore, whilst you can relax and enjoy your lunch. If you are bringing your beloved pet dog there are also many dog friendly places where you can eat.

The Up & Down BarSituated In the heart of St Helier, you can find one of the best gastro food establishments. Why not pop in and try our rich variety of tasty meals. We serve a wide variety of food daily, from steaks to tapas, and also including the traditional Sunday roast.The Daily Globe Wine Bar – The Daily Globe, situated in Bath Street, St Helier is a traditional pub, with traditional values and full of characters. Serves good pub grub at reasonable prices including Sunday Carveries and Steak Nights Le Hocq Inn – Situated in a beautiful coastal setting, Le Hocq Inn, the most southerly pub in the British Isles, houses a traditional bar and separate modern eatery. Serving up delicious food including pizzas and with a dedicated children`s menu, Le Hocq Inn is perfect for the whole family. The food is uncomplicated and very well presented, with a menu boasting classics such as cod in our own Mary Ann beer batter with chunky chips, to the more innovative Espedadas (char-grilled Portuguese skewers), whatever you choose we guaranteed you’ll enjoy it, do leave room for the pudding and don’t forget to order a glass of wine with your food, there are at least 15 wines by the glass to choose fromThe Priory – Situated on the north coast, The Priory Inn is one of Jersey’s oldest inns and is just five minutes’ walk from the historic ‘Devil’s Hole’. This country pub with its open log fire and original granite features oozes rural charm and rustic character. Its picturesque surroundings provide the perfect backdrop for savouring hearty, seasonal pub-food and carefully nurtured cask ales and fine wines. There’s a separate ‘Little Devils’ play zone over two levels to keep children entertained. In the summer months, you can enjoy the beautiful countryside and evening sunsets in the decked beer garden.The Tenby overlooks the harbour in the picturesque village of St Aubin. The bright interior is warm and inviting, with stunning turquoises, greens and blues in florals through to geometric designs in an eclectic mix guaranteed to lift the spirits. The lounge is a wonderful mix and match of tables and comfy seating, with space at the bar for those wanting to sample the real ales or a fine glass of wine. The Tenby has always been known for its fantastic food with a varied menu offering exceptionally good value. The Tenby is somewhere to refresh and recharge, taking in the constant ebb and flow of harbour life.

 

 

 

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