Jersey restaurant recommendations.

Jersey restaurant recommendations.

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26,484 posts

223 months

Saturday 22nd June 2019
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We are staying at Longueville Manor for a couple of nights soon and need some restaurant recommendations please gents. Fish and / or grill ideally.

Any recs please chaps? PistonHeads is rarely wrong about these things.

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26,484 posts

223 months

Monday 24th June 2019
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Anyone?

daddy cool

4,004 posts

230 months

Monday 24th June 2019
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After emigrating from Jersey almost 30 years, I returned for the first time recently for a weekend break.
I love BBQ ribs and fries, and had a massive plate of them - washed down with Liberation Ale - here, for a very reasonable price:
https://www.liberationgroup.com/pubs/le-hocq-inn
(May not be posh enough, if that's what you're after - its a pub, after all)

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Original Poster:

26,484 posts

223 months

Monday 24th June 2019
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daddy cool said:
After emigrating from Jersey almost 30 years, I returned for the first time recently for a weekend break.
I love BBQ ribs and fries, and had a massive plate of them - washed down with Liberation Ale - here, for a very reasonable price:
https://www.liberationgroup.com/pubs/le-hocq-inn
(May not be posh enough, if that's what you're after - its a pub, after all)
Thanks.

Yes we are quite posh, but have been known to slum it from time to time,

caiss4

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198 months

Monday 24th June 2019
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When I go over I normally find time for Mark Jordan at the Beach at La Haule, Oyster Box at St Brelades and sometimes the Crab Shack at Gorey or St Brelades for something a little simpler (note the latter 3 are all Jersey Potteries outlets)

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Monday 24th June 2019
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caiss4 said:
When I go over I normally find time for Mark Jordan at the Beach at La Haule, Oyster Box at St Brelades and sometimes the Crab Shack at Gorey or St Brelades for something a little simpler (note the latter 3 are all Jersey Potteries outlets)
Thanks they sound familiar, I think we may have tried one or more of them before. Good to know that they are still good though.


madcal

965 posts

138 months

Monday 24th June 2019
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caiss4 said:
When I go over I normally find time for Mark Jordan at the Beach at La Haule, Oyster Box at St Brelades and sometimes the Crab Shack at Gorey or St Brelades for something a little simpler (note the latter 3 are all Jersey Potteries outlets)
Crabshack FTW

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Original Poster:

26,484 posts

223 months

Monday 15th July 2019
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We're back.

Thanks everyone for the recommendations.

We had good meals at Crab Shack in St Helier, and Oyster Box. I can also add to the list the Royal Yacht.