Tantalise your tastebuds!
Find a restaurant in Alderney. From high quality restaurants to laid back lunches with a view of the sea, afternoon tea in a sunny garden or fish and chips by the harbour, every dining experience offers the freshest ingredients and tantalising choice. Just bring a healthy appetite!
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One of the island’s favourites, Braye Chippy is adjacent to the inner harbour and provides you with classic fish-shop delicacies in the evening all year round.
Braye Beach Brasserie
The Braye Beach Brasserie, Beach Bar and Terraces are ideally located, offering stunning views on Braye Bay as well as being is the perfect place for all occasions!
Tucked away from behind the top of Victoria Street, with a lovely enclosed garden, lies a little bit of paradise called 'Bumps' which is open for lunch, dinner, drinks and coffee.
Cantina Number 6
Cantina Number 6 has a relaxed and chilled atmosphere with amazing views over Braye Bay. Open for brunch, lunch or dinner, their menu is ready to tingle those taste buds!
The Coronation Inn is a small traditional pub, with no frills, no T.V, no loud music; just good beer and great company where a warm welcome is always provided.
Harbour Lights Tavern
The Harbour Lights Tavern offers great food in a relaxed atmosphere with an amazing tiered terrace from which you can see the sea and watch the sun go down.
Whether you're looking for a classic breakfast or a light al fresco lunch, Jack's Brasserie is the perfect town centre rendez-vous offering café culture and dining in the heart of St Anne.
Authentic, rustic and romantic, with all the joie de vivre that France has to offer - Le Pesked is the only French restaurant on Alderney serving delicious meals by Brittany chef David.
All dishes are made fresh with the finest ingredients available, featuring the sensational flavours of Thailand. From pad thai to green curry, Mai Thai offers all your favourite dishes.
The Marais Hall, the oldest pub on Alderney, has an enviable reputation for good food that has been built over many years and is a popular venue for bar meals with locals and visitors alike.
Mel welcomes you to her lovely tearoom located in St Anne and serves light lunches, breakfasts, homemade cakes and scones, freshly ground coffee and a range of quality teas.
Dine in the ambience of Nellie Gray's and understand why the locals count it as one of their favourites. The food is tasty and delicious and the staff are very friendly.
Ideally placed at the heart of town, towards the top of Victoria Street, PJ's Pantry offers all you could possibly need when it comes to snacks, lunch and cakes.
Enjoy an afternoon tea by the sea in the sun on the Sailing Club's stunning ship-shape club deck with panoramic views across the harbour and Braye Bay.
Cosy and romantic, the Seaview Restaurant is the Braye Beach Hotel's signature restaurant offering an A La Carte menu and sumptuous traditional Sunday Roasts.
St. Anne's Guest House
St Anne's Guest house serves afternoon teas during the summer. The delicious homemade cakes and scones (with Alderney cream!) are served in the secluded garden or in the lounge.
The Aviator Cafe
Located in Airport, the Aviator Cafe is a great place for a quick cuppa and a light bite, whether you’re about to jet off, awaiting an arrival or out on a walk in the area.
The Blonde Hedgehog
The Blonde Hedgehog restaurant is the heart of the hotel and serves sumptuous farm-to-table dishes.
A long established traditional public house situated within the heart of St Anne. It has a flourishing bar area, a lovely garden and also a pool table and darts board.
The Divers Inn
For a local vibe, pop into the welcoming Divers Inn. Its cosy interior is filled with character, including their own diver who sits permanently in the corner.
The Georgian House
Their food reflects a passion in keeping things uncomplicated with fresh, high-quality produce and a belief in sourcing local and sustainable produce where possible.
Situated near Braye Bay, the Moorings is the go-to venue for families who are looking for a place where the kids can let off some steam and the adults can relax.
The Old Barn
The Old Barn, located at just a 2 minute walk from Longis beach, has a beautiful garden, ideal on a sunny day, and a cosy room with an open fire for the colder months.
Located in an original wine vault, The Vault is a modern, up tempo restaurant and bar serving succulent steaks, a wide range of wines and the latest cocktails.