Once you’ve stepped foot off the ferry in Guernsey’s St Peter Port, it’s time to start exploring the award-winning food and drink in the many places to eat across the island.
If you love fresh, locally produced food and a fusion of British and French dining, then you’ve come to the right place. The fresh seafood is irresistible, the history of dairy produce means a Guernsey cream tea is to die for and don’t forget the famous handcrafted gin: Wheadon’s Gin. Read our travel guides on the food & drink in Guernsey and start planning your gourmet adventure.
Guernsey is a haven for gastronomes. Whatever your palate or preferred cuisine, there’s a mouthwatering menu to suit.