Recommended by Jersey Camper Hire


If you don’t fancy eating in your campervan there are more restaurants than you can count in Jersey but it is important to find the one that offers what you are looking for so here are a few that we hope you will enjoy.


Located in the heart of St Aubin overlooking the idyllic harbour, the Old Court House combines old-world charm with modern features creating a fantastic ‘boutique’ style place to eat, drink and stay.



If you are out and about in your camper van don’t worry about heading back to your campsite, why not stop at one of our tried and tested cafes.

Bonne Nuit Beach Cafe

For something more affordable or for breakfast or lunch, Bonne Nuit Beach Cafe has great views and a friendly atmosphere. It has an affordable menu of cooked breakfast, snacks, sandwiches or some fantastic Thai food cooked fresh on site. The cafe is unlicensed but they welcome you to bring your own alcohol. www.bonnenuitbeachcafe.co.uk

The Hungry Man

This small beach shack does the best breakfast rolls in Jersey, there is a bit of a long wait but trust me it is well worth it. Their vegetarian menu is again pretty substantial, their staff are always happy to see you and they have a nice outdoor seating area with a nice view of the harbour. Why not walk off your breakfast on the nearby cliff paths afterwards?

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Other COFFEE shops to try

Another great place to go is Stanley’s at Holme Grown in St Clements. They use fresh local ingredients to prepare all your favourite meals, including a selection of fresh-baked cakes that is heavenly. They also have a kiddies play area and are open all day, every day. Holme Grown is also an interesting place to have a little wander and pick up fresh Jersey produce for your own campervan cooking. Visit: http://www.holmegrown.com

Last but not least, if you are in town and tired from all your shopping pop in to Curiosity Coffee Shop by Sand Street car park. They don’t do a huge selection of food but their coffee is just what you need after a busy day shopping in St Helier. The staff are always friendly and accommodating but it is their comfy decor of retro furniture and slouchy sofas that gets us calling in time and time again.

Cooking In / Outside the Camper Van

When you have had a good look around your van you will discover you have been left a recipe book called “The Campervan Cookbook”, this should help you cook on the small cooker and make use of the limited equipment.