Perched on the top of Jerbourg cliffs The Auberge used to be a simple pub - the reviewer's local in fact. But that was three decades ago. Now a Guernsey ex-pat I revisit The Auberge each time I return home to see my folks.
The food is imaginative, it's well cooked and always interesting.
It's not expensive in today's Guernsey and the only sadness is to see so many Eastern Europeans working. They were excellent and efficient but lacking the warmth of Guernsey people.
But don't let that dissuade you. Go for the food and the view arguably both are near the top of what Guernsey can offer.
Fresh fish and Shellfish - my wife had Monkfish wrapped in Serrano Ham. Exquisite. I had the table d'hote a- £15 set meal with home pea soup and strong flavoured Serrano Ham/bacon which had been grilled until crispy. A tad salty but yummy. Main was Fish and Chips a ubiquitous choice for an English lunch - but these were to die for - home made shkn-on chunky chips and local Pollack in home mate crispy batter. Perfect. Delightful.
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