Find this good brasserie-style restaurant in a comfortable hotel dating back to the mid 18th century, and once the residence of the Governor of the island. They have two restaurants - The Brasserie & The Curry Room - the former is set in an airy conservatory, the latter more formally.
The menu lists light dishes at lunchtime, ranging from sandwiches, through seafood dishes such as 'Moules Marinière with French Fries' & 'Lobster & Prawn Cocktail' to kebabs & steaks from The Grill.
In the evening the menu expands with starters such as 'Half a Dozen Herm Oysters with Red Wine Shallot Vinaigrette'; 'Salad of Parma Ham with Asparagus Spears, Roasted Pepper & Sun Dried Tomatoes' and 'Sesame Fried Spring Chicken with Baby Bok Choi in Spiced Sweet & Sour Sauce' setting the style.
Perhaps to be followed by ''Duck Cottage Pie with Green Bean Fricassée & Light Gravy'; 'Blackened Chili Forest Stores Pork Belly with Creamed Potatoes, Savoy Cabbage & Grain Mustard Sauce'; 'Battered Fish & Chips'; 'Brie & Cranberry Parcel with Guernsey Leaves & Walnut Dressing' - plus Chops & Steaks from the Grill.
Desserts are good, with perhaps 'Sticky Toffee Pudding with Honeycomb Ice Cream'; 'Chocolate & Praline Fondant with Banana Sorbet' and 'Blueberry & Pear Crumble with Cinnamon Ice Cream' there to tempt you.
The Curry Room offers authentic curries in a formal formal setting, and is also open for lunch & dinner.
- Food Style: Brasserie
- Lunch: all week 12.00-14.30; Brasserie mains about £15 to £21; Curry Room £25 (3 courses)
- Dinner: all week 18.30-22.00; Brasserie mains about £9 to £18; Curry Room £25 (3 courses)
- Wine: a well-chosen, mainly French, list has firm mark-ups
- Wheelchair access: Yes
- Directions: See the map at the top of the page.
- Outside eating
- Rooms available