Get to know the village of St Aubin
In St Aubin you’ll find a range of facilities and shops and it has easy access east or west on local buses. Browse through the range of shops, restaurants and other facilities listed below.
St Aubin is a vibrant place to go out in the evening for food and drinks, with restaurants serving a wide range of cuisines. There are around 20 restaurants, bars & cafes, serving fresh seafood, English pub food, Italian, Greek, Indian, Japanese, Mexican, Thai and Turkish. Make sure to book your tables in advance, as restaurants can get very busy during the summer!
- Air Mex – If you’re looking for a touch of spice and some cocktails to go with it, try out this Mexican restaurant located above the sports bar at the end of this road.
- Artemis – This authentic Greek restaurant serves delicious meat & fish dishes such as calamari, moussaka, stifado, souvlaki and kleftico.
- Boat House – At this popular bar & restaurant on the harbour-front, you’ll catch the last rays of sun before it dips behind the headland. The food menu caters for a range of tastes and dietary requirements, and they also have a kids menu.
- Noya Shapla – If you enjoy spicy food, then make sure to try out their Indian & Bangladeshi dishes either in their restaurant or to takeaway.
- Nude food – A clean-eating, whole food cafe, offering healthy and tasty food. This cafe has a casual and welcoming vibe and is located on the beach near St Aubin.
- Old Court House – At the end of the bulwarks on the harbour-front you’ll find the Old Court House Inn. Stop in for a refreshment on the terrace or a meal in the conservatory. The brasserie-style restaurant upstairs has a wider menu, serving local seafood and meat dishes, complimented by an extensive wine list.
- Sorrento – Authentic Italian cuisine and delightful wine in a picturesque setting on the harbour-front.
- Sugar Banana – Fresh ingredients and aromatic flavours, at this authentic Thai restaurant. You can either dine-in or takeaway.
- Tresor – French-inspired restaurant cooking highly seasonal, delicious plates.
- Jade-S fish stall – On Saturdays, look out for the fish market outside the Parish Hall. ‘Jade-S’ sells locally caught fresh fish. Every week they’ll have something different, depending on their catch that week. They will happily talk you through their catch!
- Me & the Farmer pork stall – Either follow the ‘Railway walk’ and come out onto La Route des Genets or take the number 15 bus for 5 minutes towards Red Houses. From their cabin, they sell a wide range of ‘Genuine Jersey’ pork products, including pies, scotch eggs, sausage rolls and different cuts of meats.
- Morrisons – Just a minutes’ walk from the door is a Morrisons supermarket. You’ll find all the daily essentials here and it is open every day until 21:00.
- Lucas farm shop – If you’re looking for fresh local produce visit Lucas Farm shop. You can pick up some delicious Jersey Royal potatoes to serve with some local seafood from the fish stall outside (Saturdays only). The 5 minute walk up La Rue du Crocquet to the farm shop is also worthwhile, offering you one of the best views of St Aubin’s bay.
- Waitrose – Take a 5 minute bus ride (number 15) in the direction of the airport to Waitrose supermarket. Alternatively, reach the supermarket by bike in around 15 minutes by cycling up the woodland ‘railway track’. Here you will find a large supermarket with a wide selection of food, including international products. There are also fish, meat and cheese counters.
- Genuine Jersey market – One Saturday every month, you’ll find the Genuine Jersey market outside the Parish hall. Local producers and craft workers sell a mixture of items, including baked goods, brewed drinks and craft items.
- Vintage fair – Find a treasure at this regular vintage market in and outside the Parish hall. Stall holders sell vintage, antiques and collectibles items, including ceramics, jewellery, furniture, ceramics, clothing, accessories & books.
Jersey has a good public bus system enabling you to visit all of the island. Bus numbers 12 and 15 stop outside the Costa coffee shop and Parish Hall in St Aubin and travel in the direction of St Helier, the airport and Corbiere. Cash or contactless card payments are accepted. Alternatively, you can buy a public bus pass from Liberation station or St Brelade’s College (if you are attending a language course) which may work out cheaper depending on how many trips you plan to make.
If you are taking an English course at St Brelade’s College, you will need to arrive at the school by 9:00 on the first Monday morning. The school is a 5-10 minute walk from Peterborough House. Turn right at the bottom of La Rue du Crocquet and it is on the right hand side, further up the hill. It is a large granite building, with a playground and car park in front.
- Art gallery – over 100 local artists and craftworkers display their work in the gallery and you are free to stroll round. There is also a small cafe and gift shop where you can buy unique local souvenirs.
- Cash machine – you’ll find this in the Parish Hall wall (on the side of the Boat House restaurant).
- Post office – take a walk along the harbour-front and you’ll find this inside Jackson’s Harbour Marina Shop