Each year, local chefs gear up for a phenomenal 6 week focus on food with the Tennerfest Food Festival.
Hotels, restaurants, bistros, gastro pubs and cafes all take part in providing fixed price low cost menus showcasing the best of their cuisine and the local produce available in Guernsey. The sun may have set on summer, but October and November and great months to visit the island, especially if you love your food.
Even though Guernsey’s traditional cuisine has a distinctly Anglo-French approach, restaurants and eateries based on Chinese, Indian, Italian and other traditional flavours will be taking part in Tennerfest and offering their own particular specialities.
Menus are fixed from 3 courses for £10 per head to £12.50, £15, £17.50 and £20. The festival was created around the principle of great food at a great price, and that continues to this day.
Over 150 restaurants took part last year across the Channel Islands, offering a vast range of mouthwatering dishes.
Keep an eye out for traditional local favourites on the menus, such as bean jar and gâche melée!
Head over to the Tennerfest website for further details.