Where to Eat in St Peter Port

by ChelseO 10th April 2015

St Peter Port, the capital of Guernsey, is known for offering great attractions, shops, galleries, cafes and more. If you're planning a day of sight seeing, it is also home to a range of fantastic eateries. Whether you're looking for the best local seafood or Irish cuisine, there's something for everyone.

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Boulangerie Victor Hugo
Serving up some of the island's best continental cuisine, Boulangerie Victor Hugo offers an unbeatable menu and wonderful cozy atmosphere. From authentic French food to pastas and pizzas, they do it all. There are 3 locations – Lower Pollet and The Longstore in St Peter Port and also New Street in St Sampsons.

The Havelet Grill
The Havelet Grill can be found on the main floor of Guernsey's Hotel de Havelet, overlooking Havelet Bay. Serving lunch on Monday, lunch and dinner from Tuesday to Saturday and dinner on Sunday, their menu features delicious local seafood, vegetarian and vegan dishes, meat dishes and more. Try out their a la carte or seasonal menu.

Old Quarter
Located on Mansell Street, Old Quarter serves great Irish meals created from tasty local ingredients. They serve dinner on Monday and lunch and dinner Tuesday through Sunday. The staff are warm and friendly and catering is also available. They are situated nearby a range of galleries, shops, boutiques and more.

Mora Restaurant, Brasserie and Bar
Serving fantastic tapas, cocktails and more, Mora Restaurant, Brasserie and Bar is situated on The Quay in St Peter Port. Ideal for both locals and visitors, it is open 7 days a week beginning at 10am. Mora specializes in the seafood sourced directly from the island. It's ideal for a filling sightseeing lunch or a cozy evening dinner.

Musé Cafe and Deli
A top stop in the capital for breakfast, Musé Cafe and Deli offers that and so much more. Drop in for a satisfying morning meal or a snack, lunch or coffee. Food is prepared fresh daily, made to order and can be eaten in or taken out. Catering is also available. Open from 8am to 5pm 7 days a week, they are located on Marina Court.

Image Credits: Angus MacRae, via Flickr, CC License

Posted by ChelseO
Friday, 10th April 2015, 07:59pm.
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