Taste Jersey

4th March - 7th April

Taste Jersey

4th March - 7th April

Taste Jersey

A Celebration of Local Flavour

Taste Jersey

The Jersey Foodie Experience

Taste Jersey

Are you ready to #TasteJersey?

A unique celebration of Island produce and flavour! In conjunction with Luxury Jersey Hotels and Jersey Evening Post, we are taking part in Taste Jersey.

Running from 4th March to 7th April 2019, you will be able to enjoy our Taste Jersey menus in both Cafe Zephyr and Restaurant Sirocco. Taste Jersey is all about the journey of our local produce, we live in a unique island whereby we are so very lucky to have such quality, fresh local produce, right on our doorstep.

The Whole Foodie Experience

With open kitchens in both restaurants, diners can enjoy the whole experience. Operations General Manager and Head of Food & Beverage, Claudio Abreu says “whether you are watching the flames from the wok in Zephyr or the focus of the team in Sirocco, it really adds to the theatrical element of your meal”.

From our island waters and farms, to our kitchens and to your plate. It’s this journey that makes the foodie experience in Jersey so special…

Cafe Zephyr Taste Jersey Menu

In Cafe Zephyr the focus for Taste Jersey is very much on local seafood. Head Chef, Inaka has developed dishes which showcase oysters, scallops, crab and lobster. 

You can enjoy oysters three ways; fried with fennel and pear salad, Rockefeller oysters and the other staying true to Cafe Zephyr’s Asian influence; presented with a Yuzu granita.

Click here to view the full Cafe Zephyr – Taste Jersey Menu | Click here to book a table online (Taste Jersey available only from 4th March – 7th April 2019)

Sirocco Taste Jersey Beef

Restaurant Sirocco will be offering a five course tasting menu, designed to show off as many local products as possible.

Head Chef, Steve Walker, has taken inspiration from land and sea. A few highlights from his tasting menu include ‘slow-cooked Jersey beef cheek sitting on a bed of nettle and marrowbone risotto’ plus local ‘grey mullet served with smoked eel and pickled black garlic’.

Speaking about local grey mullet, Steve says “it is a beautiful fish, very similar to seabass and is present in droves around the island making it a sustainable alternative to some of the more commonly overfished species”

Click here to view the full Restaurant Sirocco Taste Jersey menu | Click here to book a table online (Taste Jersey available only from 4th March – 7th April 2019)

You can also book by calling our reservations team on 01534720511 or email: [email protected]

Friday Night Delights

Start the weekend off right with a stay at The Royal Yacht | From only £89 per room

Take advantage of this special offer, available on Fridays throughout November & December…

Enjoy a Friday night stay from only £89 per room, per night in a Gold Double Room and £99 for Gold Deluxe. Book direct with us by 11th November to claim. Includes Full Breakfast & Use of Spa Facilities. *Excludes 7th December.

Must book direct by calling 01534720511 or email: [email protected]


Plemont Bay

See the waves crash against the rocks

Havre Des Pas

Visit the bathing pool

Dolphing Spotting

Our coastline is home to dolphins all year round


In St Brelade's Bay

Take a Boat Trip

No better way to see the Island

#MyJerseyFive | Guest Entry

Local photographer, James Thompson, has shared with us his top 5 things to do in Jersey. You can see some of his images in the slideshow above and view his Instagram page here: http://bit.ly/RYJTPhotoInsta



1. Visit Plemont.

At high tide you can walk down the steps and see the waves crash against the rocks. Have a bite to eat in the cafe and look out at the Atlantic Ocean and Jersey’s magnificent coastline. At low tide the beach is the perfect place to spend an afternoon. Plemont is also one of the favorite surf spots for locals. One of the key features s of Plemont is the waterfall just beneath the cafe. Just be sure to not get cut off by the tide.


2. Take a swim at Havre Des Pas bathing pool

The pool of sea water is just outside town and early in the morning gives you a perfect view of the sunrise in the east. The cold dunk is well worth the view…



3. Dolphin spotting.

Our coastline is home to dolphins all year round and seeing them is a must. Companies like Jersey Seafaris run trips all year round and the sight of a dolphin jumping out of the water is one to behold.


 4. Go for a paddle board in St Brelade’s Bay

What’s better than enjoying time on the sea and arguably in one of Jersey’s best bays. Paddle boards can be hired from the beach and are easy to get used to …


5.  Take a boat trip

There is no better way to make the most of being on an island than using the sea around it. Boat trips are a fun and easy way of doing this and suit anyone. There are many companies that run trips and tours around the island and are well worth doing.


If you would like to feature on our Instagram or website with your favourite Jersey five. Email us at: [email protected]