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Jersey Food Festival Friday 23rd – Monday 26th May

Once again we welcome visitors to the island and Jersey residents to join our local food ‘heroes in a long weekend of foraging and feasting! The festival aims to showcase the very best of local produce and talent and offers participants the chance to explore the coast and countryside in the company of producers, farmers and fishermen. Experience low water rambles, foraging for limpets and seaweed, food and ale trails, brewery and farm tours and chocolate tasting, as well as a ‘cider and supper’ evening as the sun sets over a National Trust orchard and a ‘pop up’ feast in one of Jersey’s oldest and most beautiful farms. Enjoy Jersey hospitality as you immerse yourself in the very best the Island has to offer.

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Thursday 22nd As a pre-cursor to the festival, there will be an early evening event in the demonstration kitchens, stunning showrooms and courtyard at David Hick Interiors at Six Roads in the heart of the Parish of St Lawrence. Join Genuine Jersey producers, restaurateurs and local chefs as they demonstrate their products, cuisine and skills.

A group of Genuine Jersey producers will be offering tastings which will be available to purchase, these include; Sam Lempriere & Matt Ryan (La Manche Smokehouse), Lesley Garton (The Chilli Kitchen), Sarah Matlock (La Robeline Cider Company), Zoe Horn (Zoe’s Kitchen), Ann Pallett (Bake me a Cake), Jenni Liddiard (Field Farm) and Sue Le Gresley (Sue’s Fudge).

Enjoy demonstrations and free tastings from renowned local chef; Andrew Baird (Longueville Manor), restaurateurs, Tino Rossi (La Capannina) and Marcus Calvani (La Cantina) as well as tutored wine tastings with local Sommelier, Mirto Sappe. A Jersey Oyster Cart by Tiffin Restaurant offering freshly shucked and deep fried Jersey Oysters will also be situated in the old courtyard. Enjoy tastings of Royal Vodka from La Mare Wine Estate and caviar from the French Food Company.

There will be an opportunity of meeting other Genuine Jersey members who will be showing and selling their wares around the showrooms. There will also be chocolate demonstrations with Penny Setubal from Pure Adventure and floral displays with Clara Barthorpe of Wilde Thyme. Time: 16:00 – 21:00 Free entry and parking

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Friday 23rd ‘Behind The Scenes Tour’, Wine & Chocolate Tasting

La Mare Wine Estate is offering a ‘behind the scenes’ tour of the Estate. Visitors will hear about the history of the Estate before meeting La Mare’s Winemaker, Daniel De Carteret, who will guide you through his award winning wines and liqueurs including tastings and then La Mare’s chocolatier, Darren, to hear about the history of chocolate making and taste La Mare’s delicious handcrafted truffles. Who? Winemaker Daniel De Carteret and Chocolatier Darren Stower Where? La Mare Wine Estate, St Mary When: 15:30 – 17:00 hrs. How Much? £10 per adult, under 18 £4.00 (apple juice served) How to Book? Call La Mare Wine Estate on 01534 481178

Visit to Jersey Dairy

Jersey Dairy opens the doors to its Trinity headquarters for this rare opportunity to visit the new Dairy. Join Managing Director, Eamon Fenlon to see its operation and taste its delicious products! At 3,000 square metres it is nearly as large as two football pitches. The Dairy produces luxury and low fat yoghurts, cream, butter, cheese and ice cream. Time: 09:30 – 10:30 Price: £10 Place: Jersey Dairy, La Route de la Trinite, Trinity To Book: Call Jersey Tourism on 01534 448877 (max 20 persons)

Royal Rewards – The Genuine Jersey Royal Potato Growing Competition Awards Ceremony

Join the finalists at the award ceremony for this year’s Genuine Jersey Royal Growing Competition. Now in its eighth year, the award-winning competition is organised by the Genuine Jersey Products Association with support from Belles Fleurs Nursery and the States of Jersey Health Promotion Unit. This year 274 classes from 32 primary schools have been growing potatoes in buckets and studying Jersey Royals since growing kits were distributed back in February. The three schools that have grown the heaviest weight in a single bucket will be at the award ceremony to find out who will be crowned this year’s overall winner. It is not just children who have competed this year; all twelve parish Constables took up a parochial challenge and for the fourth year running there has been a hotly-contested competition among the local media. Time: 10:30 – 12:30 Price: Free entry and parking Place: St Mary’s Parish Hall

Genuine Jersey Producer Tour

Join John Garton, CEO of the Genuine Jersey Products Association, for a unique producer tour that will give you a new perspective on Jersey’s world famous ‘hero’ food products. This exciting tour will include visits to Victoria Pier to see how the shellfish industry operates and a trip out into Jersey’s beautiful countryside to visit a Jersey Royal farm and then to a dairy farm to see Jersey’s iconic cows. You will meet the farmers and be given a ‘behind the scenes’ experience at each establishment. Time: 13:00 – 17:00 Price: £12 - Booking essential Place: Meeting at Jersey Tourism, Liberation Place To Book: Call Jersey Tourism on 01534 448877

Market Forces – Guided Walk

Join Blue Badge Guide Arthur Lamy for a walk that brings together a whole host of Genuine Jersey products and flavours, and includes many of the iconic sites found around St Helier. Pass the old harbours and the fish quay, returning past Fort Regent into the town to visit the original market place, the Central Market and the Fish Market, tasting a few local delicacies along the way. Time: 10:30 – 13:00 Price: Free of charge Place: Liberation Square, St Helier Grade: Easy – 3 m (5k)

Friday 23rd St Clement’s Ale Trail – Guided Walk

Explore the more rural aspects of Jersey that offer some of the island’s finest views with Blue Badge Guide Arthur Lamy. During the afternoon we will see the Parish Millennium Stone, follow the coffin path to the Parish Church and walk through some little-used country lanes. On this route we should be able to see the off shore Napoleonic defences of Seymour and Icho Tower, and possibly even the Minquiers, a group of islands that belong to Jersey. Time: 14:00 – 16:00 Price: Free of charge Place: Millennium Cross, Le Hocq Common, St Clement (opposite the Parish Hall) Grade: Medium – 2m (3k)

Liberation Ale Brewery Tour

The Liberation Brewery, in one form or another, has been a traditional ingredient of Channel Islands’ life for well over a century and its award winning beers brim over with genuine local flavour. Come and visit the Liberation Brewery and join Peter Corcoran of The Liberation Group to see how the regional beers of the Channel Islands are brewed and to meet some of the people who brew them. For more information on the Group and its ales log onto and look out for their distinctive brands when you get home! Time: 14:00 – 16:30 Price: Free Place: Tregear House, Longueville Road, St Saviour To Book: Call 01534 764086 or email: (max 10 people)

The Bohemian Afternoon Tea Collection

Steve Smith & Ellen de Jager bring you seasonal afternoon tea collections designed to inspire. Choose from a selection of loose leaf teas & herbal infusions served with a delicate Bohemian collection of cakes, finger sandwiches and fancies inspired by our head pastry chef Ellen de Jager. Mouthwateringly elegant and, most of all, fun... enjoy a leisurely afternoon relaxing on the roof terrace by the pool, or find a cosy corner in the sitting room or bar. Time: Afternoon Price: £19.95 per person Place: The Club Hotel & Spa, Bohemia Restaurant, Green Street, St Helier To Book: Call 01534 876500

Wine and Cheese Pairing

It’s one of the food world’s greatest partnerships, so why not get the very best out of cheese and wine as Bohemia’s highly regarded restaurant manager Dimitri Marqueteau and his team guide you through five super stylish wine and cheese pairings in association with the Jersey Food Festival. Time: 17:30 – 19:00 Price: £29.95 per person Place: Bohemia Bar, The Club Hotel & Spa, Bohemia Restaurant, Green Street, St Helier To Book: Call 01534 876500

Saturday 24th Beach Foraging for Wild Vegetables

Modern chefs are creating exciting dishes with little known sea ‘weeds’. Cosmetics, food flavourings and even medicine increasingly utilise the remarkable properties of seaweeds. Who realises that all around Jersey a harvest of sea vegetables is waiting to be gathered? Join us on a guided walk in search of these tasty plants. Hear about their culinary and medicinal uses along with the history of seaweed gathering in Jersey. Time: 09:00 – 11:30 Price: £14.50 adults, £7.50 children up to 18 (£2 discount for adults, if you book a festival meal with Bracewell’s) Place: Meeting point advised when booking To Book: Call: 07797 853033 or email

Food and Producer Market

Savour home-made delicacies as part of the Jersey Food Festival at the historic market square, Le Vier Marchi. Local traders who make, grow or rear their produce will be on hand to talk to you about their products and will tempt you with tasty treats while the sound of live music brings the market to life. Time: 10:00 – 17:00 Place: Royal Square, St Helier

Farm & Craft Market at St Aubin

Find the very best of local produce at a number of food and craft stalls and take home some tasty treats and locally made souvenirs. The Farm and craft market takes place in the beautiful port of St Aubin. Enjoy a stroll around the harbour lined with its restaurants, cafes, shops and an art gallery. Time: 09:00 – 14:00 Place: In front of St Brelade’s Parish Hall, St Aubin

Open Day and Demonstrations – David Hick’s Interiors

Come along to the stunning showrooms and kitchens at David Hick Interiors at Six Roads in the heart of the Parish of St Lawrence. Join local cooks as they demonstrate the art of chocolate making and cake baking. Time: 10:00 – 16:00 Price: Free Place: David Hick Interiors, Six Roads, St Lawrence

Bohemian Lunch

As part of the Jersey Food Festival, Michelin-starred Chef Steve Smith and his team at Bohemia will prepare a special lunch menu to celebrate what is great about Island life. Indulge in exquisite courses featuring foraged foods, seafood, Jersey Dairy produce and Jersey Royals. Time: Lunchtime Price: £19.95 per person Place: The Club Hotel & Spa, Bohemia Restaurant, Green Street, St Helier To Book: Call 01534 876500

Sunday 25th Wild Food Forage

Come and get lost in the wilds of St Ouen; take in fantastic scenery, encounter local wildlife and learn about the vast variety of wild edible and medicinal plants our unique environment has to offer with Kazz Padidar from ‘Wild Adventures’. The walk lasts approx. 2½ hours, please dress with an eye on the weather and bring along any food and drink you may need. Time: 10:30 – 13:00 Price: £8 – Booking essential Place: Meeting point to be advised when booking To Book: Call Jersey Tourism on 01534 448877

Jersey Turbot Tours

Jersey Turbot is a family-run business started in 2000 by former deep sea fisherman Dave Cowburn. The farm is uniquely located in a former World War II German gun emplacement and bunker at St Catherine’s in the east of the Island. It houses about 6,500 Turbot at any one time, ranging from tiny 50p-sized fish to four-year-old Turbot weighing several pounds. Tours are offered throughout the day. Time: From 10:00 – 17:00 (tours last approx. 15 – 20 minutes) Price: £4 per person Place: Car park at the front of Les Viviers de St Catherine, St Martin For more information: Call 01534 868836

Tasting Menu or Sunday Lunch

The Pescetarian tasting menu is Chef Steve Smith’s premier tasting menu option. This 8-course, Michelin-starred lunch guides you through some of the delights of the sea found right here in Jersey’s waters. Especially for the Food Festival, Bohemia offers a special Sunday Lunch today as well as the Tasting Menu. Time: Lunchtime Price: Tasting menu £75 per person, Sunday lunch £24.95 per person Place: The Club Hotel & Spa, Bohemia Restaurant, Green Street, St Helier To Book: Call 01534 876500

Cider and Supper at the Elms

Enjoy an early evening picnic in the National Trust’s apple orchard at The Elms, the headquarters of the Trust. Take in the sights, sounds and smells of this beautiful location in the rural parish of St Mary. Enjoy musical entertainment as you picnic in the orchard or enjoy homemade sausages, served in French bread with a glass of traditional cider, produced by Richard and Sarah Matlock from La Robeleine Cider Company. Betsy the Vintage Van will also be on hand with teas, coffees and hot food, plus some of those quintessentially British picnic items. Time: 17:00 – 21:00 Price: Free entry (except purchase of food and cider) Place: Apple Orchard at the Elms, St Mary No booking required, parking available at the Elms.

Monday 26th A Hen Party for Beginners

Love chickens? Then this is the course for you! Whether you fancy just a couple of chickens in the garden or a whole flock, try a half day introduction with local farmer Jenni Liddiard, aimed at the complete novice or those wishing to enhance their knowledge of our feathered friends. Your visit to Field Farm will give you an insight into their requirements and the time and skills needed, suitable for 8yrs – 80yrs. Includes incubation through to selling your own eggs and everything in between! Price: £50.00 to include coffee, pastries and eggs to take home Place: Field Farm, Rue de la Golarde, St Lawrence To Book: Call 07797 856013 or email: For more info:

Coastal Forage

This coastal forage along a stretch of St Ouen’s beach taking in the tide and shore line will identify edible plants, seaweeds and shellfish as we go. We will also track down some coastal plants. Cooking on a beach fire, we will then prepare the foraged foods and learn about any health properties they may hold. Duration of walk approx.2 ½ hours, please dress with an eye on the weather and bring along any food and drink you may need. Time: 10:30 – 13:00 Price: £8 – Booking essential Place: Meeting point to be advised when booking To Book: Call Jersey Tourism on 01534 448877

Pop Up Feast at Hamptonne

What is a “Pop Up” Feast? It’s a rustic, casual affair and it’s all about the thrill of experiencing sensational food at a quirky location in the Island. Join Helen and Tony Sargeant from the ‘Jersey Kitchen’ at the beautiful Hamptonne Country Life Museum in the heart of St Lawrence. Tony & Helen will provide everything you need to eat e.g. cutlery, plates, napkins (and the food!) but this is a B.Y.O so bring along your own wine, beers, soft drinks etc… and don’t forget the glasses! The feast is outdoors so you will need to dress for the weather. Everybody’s welcome - bring the kids, bring your friends… and let’s have a good time. Remember, brollies, camping chairs and wet wipes are always a must at any al fresco event! Time: Arrival: 6.00pm Eat: 6.30pm Price: £12 per person Place: Hamptonne, La Rue de le Patente, St Lawrence To Book: Call Jersey Tourism on 01534 448877

Throughout the Festival...

Banjo 2014 Food Festival Menu - 100% Jersey Sourced Menu Except some seasoning and sweeteners

Every single ingredient sourced in Jersey or around our coast. Banjo’s Food Festival menu offers the finest local produce and provides an urban chic menu to suit every taste including vegetarians and those with other dietary requirements. Guests can choose three courses from 14 specially prepared dishes featuring local queen scallops, crab, lobster and fish such as Skate, Bass and Mackerel. Island reared meat appears in our Sticky braised Jersey Angus beef / summer cabbage / herb relish / crushed Jersey Royals. Vegetarians can feast on a local Jersey cache cheese / leek /courgette lasagne and those with a sweet tooth will love our puddings such as Jersey Strawberry plate - Strawberry Pavlova /Strawberry ice cream sandwich / lavender shortbread/Strawberry trifle Yogurt and honey panna cotta / poached rhubarb/ raspberry clotted cream ripple ice cream.

A European-style grand brasserie located next to the Fish and General Markets in a restored 10,000 sq. ft. former Victorian Gentlemen’s Club. The Dining Room and Brasserie, each with their own individual style, offers lunch and dinner. The Banjo Bar, with its stunning atrium roof, offers drinks, cocktails, bar snacks and lighter meals. Some of the local growers and suppliers we will be using for the menu include; Fungi Delecti Happy Hens - Three Oaks Vineries - The Fresh Fish Company - Joe Freire - Jersey Dairy Jersey Lavender Farm - Vermont Organic Farm – Classic Herd - La Mare Estate. Banjo, 8 Beresford St, St Helier £23 – three course set menu. Booking or call 01534 850890. Full menu at

Crab Shack 2014 Food Festival Specials

During the Food Festival, Crab Shack St Brelade and its newer sister, Crab Shack Gorey, will showcase some wonderful specials sourced from local produce including Jersey Angus beef pie and local vegetables with an option three battered Royal Bay Grouville oysters, local Bass, grilled squid and local vegetables and watercress sauce and Pétoncles farcies (Jersey Queen scallops with butter, herbs and breadcrumbs) and other local fish depending on local boats, tides and weather. Both restaurants offer a relaxed and informal setting to enjoy great Jersey food and have sea views and large terraces. With brilliant local seafood, favourites such gluten-free fish & chips and regularly changing specials, there’s

plenty for everyone including meat-eaters and those with other dietary requirements. Some of the local growers and suppliers we will be using for the menu; Fungi Delecti - Happy Hens - Three Oaks Vineries - The Fresh Fish Company - Joe Freire -Jersey Dairy - Jersey Lavender Farm - Vermont Organic Farm – Classic Herd – La Mare Estate. Full menu at whats-on Crab Shack St Brelade and Crab Shack Gorey, Daily specials from £5.75 to £19.50. Booking or call 01534 850855(St Brelade) or 01534 850830 (Gorey)

Oyster Box 2014 Food Festival Menu - 100% Jersey Sourced Menu Except some seasoning, and sweeteners

Our Food Festival menu offers the finest local produce and provides an eclectic menu to suit every taste including vegetarians and those with other dietary requirements. Guests can choose three courses from 14 specially prepared dishes featuring local scallops, oysters and fish such as Skate, Pollock and Mackerel. Island reared meat appears in our Ham hock & mushroom terrine and Braised Jersey Angus beef / cauliflower & smoked garlic puree. Vegetarians can feast on a locally grown Pearl barley & asparagus risotto and everyone can end on wonderful puddings such as Poached Jersey rhubarb / black butter ice cream and Jersey brandy and lavender ice cotta. Nestled in the heart of St Brelade’s Bay, voted one of the Best Beaches in the British Isles by The Good Beach Guide, Oyster Box offers chiccasual dining in a stylish, elegant environment at the edge of the sea. Every single ingredient sourced in Jersey or around our coat. Some of the local growers and suppliers we will be using for the menu:Fungi Delecti - Happy Hens - Three Oaks Vineries - The Fresh Fish Company - Joe Freire Jersey Dairy - Jersey Lavender Farm - Vermont

Organic Farm – Classic Herd – La Mare Estate. Full menu at Oyster Box, St Brelade’s Bay, £23 – three course set menu. Booking or call 01534 850888 “Recipes from the Garden” Andrew Baird celebrates the abundance of what is readily available from Longueville Manor’s own Victorian kitchen garden, surrounding estate and the best of locally grown. Tour the kitchen garden whilst sipping Pimm’s then enjoy a three course lunch showcasing the best of the crop. •Glass of Pimm’s on arrival •20 minute tour of the kitchen garden •Three course lunch menu with choice •Coffee or tea with petits fours £25 per person inclusive of service charge and gst. Available throughout the festival excluding Sunday 25th May, between 12.30pm and 2.00pm.

From Seabed to Tastebuds

As part of the Food Festival, Jersey Walk Adventures have teamed up with Bracewell’s Restaurant in St Aubin. Passionate about home-grown produce, local seafood is already on the menu, but on Friday 23rd, Saturday 24th and Monday 25th you can sample dishes created especially for the Jersey Food Festival. Either find out about local sea life during this beach forage (before you taste it) or enjoy your meal and then discover where some of the tasty ingredients were sourced. Mention that you are joining Jersey Walk Adventures on their foraging walk when you book your table (Bracewell’s – Call: 01534 747014) and you will receive a complimentary seaweed treat.

Delicious Tastings at Don Street Deli, by Shaun Rankin

Don Street Deli is Jersey’s most popular addition to the gastronomic scene; serving freshly baked goods and quality retail items, the Deli is a haven for foodies. During Jersey Food Festival the Deli will be serving free tastings of delicious items all through the day. Try a taste of Jersey pork handmade sausage rolls, freshly baked muffins and naughty cakes, and delicious Jersey flat breads from the wood fired oven - you won’t be disappointed! While you’re enjoying the deli experience you may even get the chance to chat to celebrity chef and Deli owner Shaun Rankin who will talk you through his favourite products. Don Street Deli, 13 Don Street, St Helier. Friday 23rd to Monday 26th May (8am to 6pm Friday & Monday, 9am to 6pm Saturday, closed Sunday) All tastings are free. To get in touch please call 01534 484846 E:

A Taste of Jersey’s Latest Star

Ormer Restaurant by celebrity chef Shaun Rankin joined the Jersey scene last year; it’s already a firm local favourite and has also attracted a number of accolades including the coveted Michelin star. Over the Jersey Food Festival the owners invite you in to experience the flavour of Ormer with a specially designed festival menu. The gastronomy of each dish pays homage to the abundance of quality, local, seasonal ingredients, all designed by Shaun Rankin. Try the Jersey Lobster and Scallop Ravioli, indulge in the Slow Cooked Local Belly Pork and succumb to the fluffiest Rhubarb Soufflé with Ginger and Mascarpone Ice cream. View the full menu online at Ormer Restaurant by Shaun Rankin, 7-11 Don Street, St Helier. Available Lunch or Dinner, £48 for three courses. Booking essential call 01534 725100 or E: W:

Taking Tea in Jersey A Genuine Jersey cream tea can be given a particular regional twist by replacing the traditional jam with lé nièr beurre – Jersey Black Butter. This is a unique, ages-old Island speciality made from apples, cider, liquorice and spices to create a dark, rich, apple fruit butter. Combined with a generous spoonful of luxurious Jersey cream atop a warm fresh scone, spread with the Island’s famous butter, it makes a real treat – more suited to an adult palette. Whatever preserve provides the finishing touch, no cream tea is complete without butter and cream. As home to the most famous breed of cow in the world, Jersey takes some

beating in the cream league. Genuine Jersey members; the Jersey Dairy and the Classic Herd in St Peter, produce golden butter and rich, luxurious creams, as well as milk for the perfect cup of tea. For an extra thick cream, try the Classic Herd’s clotted variety – it is what the end of a nose was meant to be dipped in to. Products and produce carrying this distinctive Genuine Jersey mark have been reared, grown and caught in Jersey and/or created by accredited Islanders and local businesses who qualify to be members of the Genuine Jersey Products Association. Find out more, visit

Most of Jersey’s premier hotels will serve delicious afternoon tea. For something a bit more traditional, why don’t you visit one of the following tearooms; Plémont Bay Café La Route de Plémont, St Ouen, JE3 2BD +44 (0)1534 482005 Situated atop a cliff in the north-west of the Island, the Plémont Bay Café offers breathtaking views to accompany your Jersey cream tea. Delicious home-made cakes and scones laden with local butter and clotted cream are served with Cooper’s vast selection of teas. Café Firefly Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust, La Profonde Rue, Trinity, JE3 5BP +44 (0) 1534 860082 Choose from a mouth-watering selection of freshly-baked cakes, pastries and treats, or indulge in a full afternoon tea served on the al-fresco deck with views into the magnificent zoological park. The scones are delicious and enormous - definitely not for the faint-hearted! Café Louise Gorey Pier, St Martin, JE3 6EW +44 (0) 1534 854130 Nestled on the picturesque pier beneath majestic Mont Orgueil Castle, this bijou café offers a warm welcome and a wealth of scrumptious afternoon tea treats. Particularly popular are fresh local crab sandwiches, washed down with tea and cakes. The Village Tearoom La Rue De La Croix Au Maitre, St Martin, JE3 6HW +44 (0) 1534 859099 Finish a stroll around the tranquil lanes of this north-eastern parish with a visit to The Village Tearoom. With a cosy ambience and friendly warmth, this is a slice of vintage charm in a rural village setting.

Gardener’s Tearoom – Ransom’s Garden Centre La Grande Route de Faldouet, St Martin, JE3 6UD +44 (0)1534 853669 Take a seat in the sunny courtyard or in the farmhouse tearoom and enjoy a freshly-baked scone with traditional Black Butter and Jersey clotted cream. Browse a cake counter groaning with delicious gâteaux and indulge yourself. Pop into Ransom’s Bakery and take some of these delicious treats home with you. Jersey Lavender Farm La Rue Pont Marquet, St Brelade, JE3 8DS +44 (0)1534 742933 Amid the glorious surroundings of the Lavender Farm, enjoy a quintessentially traditional afternoon tea using delicious local produce and fine loose-leaf teas. Try a slice of the signature Lavender and Strawberry Gâteau or savour some delightful lavender shortbread. The Poplars Tearoom La Moye, St Brelade, JE3 8LN +44 (0)1534 742184 The Bisson family have owned The Poplars house since 1690 and the tearoom and tea garden were established over 25 years ago offering delightful home-baked cakes, scones and Jersey Wonders. Many of the teas served are prepared on the premises in individual bags from loose leaf supplies to ensure maximum flavour and quality. Stanley’s Holmegrown, La Rue au Long Fauvic, Grouville, JE3 9SH +44 (0)1534 858826 Take a visit to Holmegrown, a very popular local farm shop where you can enjoy a deliciously traditional, home-made cream tea complete with cucumber sandwiches!

The Perfect Picnic With our stunning coastline and intimate, rural landscape, Jersey is awash with fabulous spots for a relaxing, tranquil picnic. Hire a bicycle, jump on a bus or just take a walk… Pack a hamper with mouth-watering treats that Jersey has to offer. Browse the Central Market in St Helier – brimming with fruit and vegetables stalls, patisseries and delicatessens. Alternatively visit one of the many farm shops littered around the island or pop into one of the many bakeries, cafes and sandwich bars in St Helier, St Aubin and Gorey. For a map of Jersey’s top ten picnic sites, pop into Jersey Tourism for a map or log on to

Coastal Cafes Eating out is something we excel at in Jersey! Using first-class local produce, our Michelin-starred restaurants and gourmet bistros are justifiably renowned for their world-class cuisine. On the ‘laid-back’ side of things, we have a wealth of beachside eateries that offer a huge range of choice in some of the Island’s most gorgeous locations – and the food is just as good! If you’re taking a bracing walk along the water’s edge or just admiring the scenery, there’s nothing better than sitting down for a bite to eat without having to shake the sand off your feet! From simple kiosks sitting right on the sea-wall to vibrant cliff-top cafés and quirky coastal cantinas.

At a glance When



Thursday 22nd May

David Hicks Interiors, St Lawrence

Free Demonstrations & Tastings

Friday 23rd May

La Mare Wine Estate

Behind The Scenes Tour

Friday 23rd May

Market Forces Guided Walk with Arthur Lamy

Free St Helier Walk and tastings

Friday 23rd May

St Mary's Parish Hall

Genuine Jersey Royal Potato Growing competition awards ceremony

Friday 23rd May

Meet at Jersey Tourism

Genuine Jersey Producer Tour

Friday 23rd May

Jersey Dairy

Visit & Tour of Jersey Dairy

Friday 23rd May

Meet at the Millenium Cross, St Clement (opposite the Parish Hall)

St Clement's Ale Trail Guided Walk

Friday 23rd May

Tregear House, Longueville Rd, St Saviour

Liberation Ale Brewery Tour

Friday 23rd May

The Club Hotel & Spa

The Bohemian Afternoon Tea Collection

Friday 23rd May

Bohemia Bar, The Club Hotel & Spa

Wine & Cheese Pairing

Saturday 24th May

meeting point tba

Beach Foraging for wild vegetables guided walk

Saturday 24th May

Royal Square, St Helier

Food & Producer Market

Saturday 24th May

St Aubin (in front of St Brelade's Parish Hall)

Farm & Craft market

Saturday 24th May

Bohemia Restaurant, The Club Hotel & Spa

Bohemian Lunch

Saturday 24th May

David Hicks Interiors, St Lawrence

Open Day & Demonstrations

Sunday 25th May

meeting point tba

Wild Food Forage

Sunday 25th May

Jersey Turbot, St Catherine's

Jersey Turbot Tours

Sunday 25th May

Bohemia Restaurant, The Club Hotel & Spa

Tasting menu or Sunday lunch

Sunday 25th May

The Elms

Cider & Supper

Monday 26th May

Field Farm, St Lawrence

A Hen party for beginners

Monday 26th May

meeting point tba

Coastal Forage

Monday 26th May

Hamptonne, St Lawrence

Pop Up Feast at Hamptonne

Jersey Tourism, Liberation Place, St Helier, JE1 1BB Tel: +44 (0)1534 448877 Fax: +44 (0)1534 448899 Email:



16.00 - 21.00


15.30 - 17.00

£10.00 adult under 18- £4 Book with La Mare Wine Estate 481178

10.30 - 13.00


10.30 - 12.30


13.00 -17.00

£12pp Booking essential, call Jersey Tourism 448877

09.30 - 10.30

£10pp Booking essential, call Jersey Tourism 448877

14.00 - 16.00


14.00 -16.30

Free, booking essential call 764086


£19.95pp call to book 876500

17.30 - 19.00

£29.95pp call to book 876500

09.00 - 11.30

£14.50 adults £7.50 children up to age 18 (£2 adult discount if booking festival meal at Bracewells)





lunch time

£19.95 pp




£8 booking essential, call Jersey Tourism 448877

10.00-17.00 Lunch time

£4 pp Tasting menu £75pp/Sunday lunch £24.95pp


No Booking required, Free entry, purchase food and cider


£50pp to include coffee, pastries and eggs to take home


£8 booking essential, call Jersey Tourism 448877

6:00 - late

£10pp Booking essential, call JerseyTourism 448877

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Jersey Food Festival 2014  

The festival aims to showcase the very best of local produce and talent and offers participants the chance to explore the coast and countrys...