Where’s your fish from in Jersey?
Surrounded by sea, you’d be forgiven for assuming that most of the fish we eat in Jersey comes from ourRead more
Established in 1946 as a small family owned studio pottery we grew to become one of the Island's busiest and most popular tourist attractions in the 1980s. In the early 1960s a "coffee bar" was introduced to cater to tourists visiting the island, the factory and the showroom.
The original coffee bar was the beginning of Jersey Pottery Restaurants, now called JPRestaurants, which is still family owned and managed by the third generation. Our restaurants and cafés in St Helier, St Brelade, Gorey and around the island are some of the most popular restaurants in Jersey, serving thousands of customers daily with fresh, local and innovative fish, shellfish meat, vegan and vegetarian dishes. We welcome those with food allergies and have allergen menus for every dish we serve.
Oyster Box and Jersey Crab Shack are two of the the Island's favourite restaurants by the beach with sea views of wonderful St. Brelade's Bay and the Royal Bay of Grouville. Banjo is a popular cosmopolitan urban brasserie in St. Helier just a few steps from Jersey's historic food markets. If you are looking for a sandwich, freshly-made soup or coffee to takeaway in Jersey, our cafés can be found in three convenient St. Helier locations, at Jersey Airport and Elizabeth Ferry Terminal. JPRestaurants are consistently recommended by our customers as the best seafood, fish and shellfish restaurants in Jersey.
A warm welcome, fun atmosphere and the best of Jersey's produce awaits you in beautiful surroundings when you choose to eat out, lunch and dine at a restaurant in St. Helier, Gorey and St. Brelade's Bay in Jersey, Channel Islands.