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Awesome place, Always made welcome by the staff.great choice of beers and good sports coverage....been going to St Helier for around 10 years and never fail to have a good time here....one not to miss out on ....see you in a few weeks !!!
Oh and have a shot of the chilli vodka.....πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
Welshrallyboys - 20 Sep 2016 22:08
Excellent real ale at a reasonable price. Friendly efficient staff. A must visit for a good pint especially if you like your sport.
Beware of the hot hot hot pork scratchings!!
Cyclops65 - 20 Mar 2016 10:07
Good beers, good food, good atmosphere, good staff. The Guvnor can be a bit of a misery but fortunately his wife and the regulars keep him in check :)

sweens - 7 Mar 2016 13:45
Great selection of Ales and ciders. Good value tasty pub grub at reasonable prices. Cosy pub with very friendly management a staff. Fantastic atmosphere when the rugby is on. Best little pub in Jersey.
Dmitry_16 - 11 Jan 2016 13:10
A very happy local, be friendly be nice and you will feel welcome and enjoy a wide collection of ales, Hand crafted ciders and A huge collection of Whiskeys available too.
Apleasure - 26 Nov 2015 14:48
I'm sure that it will be no surprise to pub goers in Jersey that I found the Lamplighter to be easily the best pub that I visited during my stay. Eight reals ales were on, always including one from Skinners and others from Randalls, White Rock, Ringwood, Upham and Revisionist breweries amongst others. All were in tip top condition. One of the very best pubs you'll find anywhere.

ahscum - 9 Sep 2015 15:54
What a great find, fantastic pub. Big selection of real ale 8 in all and ciders. Enjoyed a lovely meal and went back for steak night, very tasty. All the staff were extremely friendly and a comical landlord. Well worth a visit if your in Jersey. Forgot to mention if you drink whisky there's massive list to choose from.
JonboyJones - 24 Aug 2015 13:40
Serves a wider selection of beer than most local pubs, can be a bit pricey if you are drinking imported from the UK beer, good bar staff (mainly central Europeans as seems to be the norm in Jersey pubs), fairly small inside and unfortunately doesn't have an outside drinking area.

A good pub.
beershot - 20 Jul 2015 17:25
Frequented this pub on a regular basis while on holiday in Jersey.
Food very good value, selection of beers and ciders very good and one of the best ranges of whiskies that I have ever seen.
Landlord with a good attitude, plenty of locals use the place so it must be good.
Really enjoyed ourselves, will be back on our next visit to Jersey.
Ossie22 - 20 Jul 2015 15:55
I was doing some research and clicked on the map function and it took me to Canada! This is the real location https://www.google.co.uk/maps/place/The+Lamplighter/@49.1834428,-2.1078182,17z/data=!4m2!3m1!1s0x480c4d588dded863:0xd53f97c772d4ef73

Quark - 7 Jul 2015 00:00
I took my family into the lamplighter in Jersey for a drink where we found the staff was very pleasant, and excellent landlord (Sean) I have given this pub 10 out of ten marks.
also every one was very friendly including the other customers, well done to you all and thank you for making our visit to jersey a good one.
Brian Isle of Wight.
Knight2 - 5 Jul 2015 19:33
definitely the best pub in Jersey, 8 hand pulls of ale and 4 cider, beers from Ringwood, Marstons, 2 from Guernsey and 1 Jersey beer. I tried the local Jersey Flyer a tip top beer in perfect beer. Also tried Pushtang from White Rock brewery in Guernsey, a new one to me. This was also absolutely lovely. The staff are very pleasant and helpful, showed me directions where i wanted to go. And even recommended another pub to try other ales. The food coming out looked very good even though I didn't try any myself, maybe tomorrow. A vast whisky list which you have to see to believe, an outstanding pub, definitely worth a visit. A type of pub we used to have in England.
ardent500 - 10 Jun 2015 16:14
the first port of call in St hellier ,great pub
ALBEERT - 24 Apr 2015 20:54
Great pub with fantastic atmosphere and very genial landlord.
We were part of a very large crowd who were over for the rugby and we were all made very welcome by Shaun and his staff.
Huge selection of very well kept ales which we could "try before you buy"
Guinness is my tipple and several pints went down very easily !
We all agreed that it is one of the best pubs that we have been in on tour and certainly the best we visited on our stay in Jersey, Well done to Shaun and his staff, you will be seeing us again very soon.Cheers
lloydiesbar - 24 Mar 2015 15:22
Great pub really friendly great food and beers. A must to visit if you are in jersey
Lesthemat - 12 Mar 2015 09:04
Back in my favourite pub in jersey had my first pint of a Guernsey beer(St. Peter porter) from randalls of guernsey not to be confused with jerseys namesake brewery well it was fine to say the least not usually my tipple then had a couple of sin bin from jerseys liberation brewery a truly top bitter as always staff were pleasant and lunch was super,marvellous fish and chips. This is a great local pub not many left no.1 on my list
raj100 - 27 Feb 2015 14:54
excellent local with a congenial host friendly regulars great real ale and really good food
Pretty perfect really
Fourtyfour - 23 Feb 2015 19:11
a proper pub, great beer, atmosphere, made the weekend even better than just a rugby match. Well worth a visit.
1888 - 19 Jan 2015 23:23
The best pub in Jersey without a doubt. Great friendly atmosphere. Friendly landlord and friendly staff. Few beers on draft to choose from. Great whiskey selection and big vodka selection too. Definitely the best place on this island! Thank you for looking after us the other day.
Ebleta - 17 Jan 2015 16:03
Without a doubt best 'Pub' in Jersey. Great beer, great food (and masses of it for the right price), great staff, always friendly and I have always found them very helpful.
Good clientele never any trouble and Sean the landlordmust be doing something right, just check out the awards the pub has won over the years and now in the frame for Pub of the Year....well done guy's mine's a Ringwood Best. !
WHD1 - 20 Nov 2014 09:24
Nice to see the lamplighter winning camra jersey pub of the year also winning Wessex region pub of the year and national finalist 2014,this is why it's my favourite in jersey well done you!!
raj100 - 15 Oct 2014 17:58
This is a must visit pub when in Jersey. I have been coming here at least once a year for over 20 years and have seen changes of landlords, customers and dΓ©cor over that time. What has been consistent is the beer range and quality; it is usually the best on the Island. The current Landlord who has been there for about 10 years is friendly and welcoming and keeps up high standards. The staff are usually good and once they get into the swing of the job able to cope with the customer's banter with ease.
KentishScot - 3 Oct 2014 15:52
I always visit The Lamplighter is only for the beer range! Probably the best selection on the island but I found the bar staff a bit curt and "only here for the wages" kind of attitude. Still the beer is good and place is usually heaving and lively! TV screens everywhere (but no sound) so you can keep with the footie results. Mulcaster Street gets very boistrous at the weekends wiith pubs/venue bars and take-aways so I usually go mid-week.
mcroyal - 3 Sep 2014 12:12
Jerseys best ale pub bar none 8 ales on offer 4 from jersey itself and one from guernsey the others fro Ringwood, marstons,and Youngs ,6 ciders available 5 from westons,the other was a local one. This watering hole must have one of the biggest whisky lists in Britain.a great pub with pleasant staff the landlord is a bit of a card in a good way,very welcoming.look out for this little gem how pubs used to be
raj100 - 14 Jun 2014 20:23
A great little find by accident, a traditional pub with 8 real ales, tried two Bombardier Burning Gold new one to me and Jennings Sneck Lifter. Both were in tip top condition and also four real ciders on draft including one from Jersey. The whisky board has to be seen to be believed over 160 I believe. One at Β£75 a shot can people afford this - they must be able to. Limited food menu with hot and cold sandwiches at reasonable prices I had the fresh local crab - beautiful. Pay this pub a visit if your in Jersey well worth it!
raj100 - 26 May 2014 14:26
Probabaly the top real ale outlet in Jersey (and Malt whisky too)Half a dozen or so real ale pumps and 3 cider. All bar one from the Channel Islands. Whychwood was the other. Very comfortable pub and friendly to this visitor too.
nidger50 - 10 Apr 2014 19:40
I agree with previous comment, no room for Mr Sebastian's drivel. This pub now has 12 hand pulls, a delight to see when you walk in - 8 ales 4 ciders. This time round glad to see more local ales, 2 from Jersey, Herm Gold and Liberation Rouge. And 1 from Guernsey (you can just about call it local). I particularly enjoyed the Liberation, sad to see no longer food available. But the vast amount of whiskies go down just as well with a good pint. This pub is certainly the jewel in Jerseys crown - a joy!
thealedon - 27 Nov 2013 18:38
most excellent pub. an oasis in a desert for real ale drinkers and the pork pies are lovely
tonymcc1957 - 15 Oct 2013 09:03
I must have got the wrong page here - I thought this was a website for beer and pub lovers not for drivelling idiots like Mr Sebastian. What the **** is that all about?
mcroyal - 19 Sep 2013 14:04
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Now that the day is over
I got a new sensation
In perfect moments
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Sleep baby sleep
Now that the night is over
And the sun comes like a god
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All perfect light and promises

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A new sensation
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Right now
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Dream baby dream
Of all that's come and going
And you will find out
In the end
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Cry baby cry
When you've got to get it out
I'll be your shoulder
You can tell me all
Don't keep it in ya
Well that's the reason why I'm here

Are you ready for a new sensation
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Right now
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Hate baby hate
When there's nothing left for you
You're only human
What can you do
It'll soon be over
Don't let your pain take over you

Love baby love
It's written all over your face
There's nothing better we could do
Than live forever
Well that's all we've got to do

Hey now I'm gonna take a new sensation
A new sensation
James_Sebastian - 27 Jul 2013 21:23
Live baby live
Now that the day is over
I got a new sensation
In perfect moments
Impossible to refuse

Sleep baby sleep
Now that the night is over
And the sun comes like a god
Into our room
All perfect light and promises

Gotta hold on you
A new sensation
A new sensation
Right now
Gonna take you over
A new sensation
A new sensation

Dream baby dream
Of all that's come and going
And you will find out
In the end
There really is
There really is no difference

Cry baby cry
When you've got to get it out
I'll be your shoulder
You can tell me all
Don't keep it in ya
Well that's the reason why I'm here

Are you ready for a new sensation
A new sensation
Right now
Gonna take you on a new sensation
A new sensation

Hate baby hate
When there's nothing left for you
You're only human
What can you do
It'll soon be over
Don't let your pain take over you

Love baby love
It's written all over your face
There's nothing better we could do
Than live forever
Well that's all we've got to do

Hey now I'm gonna take a new sensation
A new sensation
James_Sebastian - 27 Jul 2013 21:23
Live baby live
Now that the day is over
I got a new sensation
In perfect moments
Impossible to refuse

Sleep baby sleep
Now that the night is over
And the sun comes like a god
Into our room
All perfect light and promises

Gotta hold on you
A new sensation
A new sensation
Right now
Gonna take you over
A new sensation
A new sensation

Dream baby dream
Of all that's come and going
And you will find out
In the end
There really is
There really is no difference

Cry baby cry
When you've got to get it out
I'll be your shoulder
You can tell me all
Don't keep it in ya
Well that's the reason why I'm here

Are you ready for a new sensation
A new sensation
Right now
Gonna take you on a new sensation
A new sensation

Hate baby hate
When there's nothing left for you
You're only human
What can you do
It'll soon be over
Don't let your pain take over you

Love baby love
It's written all over your face
There's nothing better we could do
Than live forever
Well that's all we've got to do

Hey now I'm gonna take a new sensation
A new sensation
James_Sebastian - 27 Jul 2013 21:23
Shoons. So many shoons.
James_Sebastian - 27 Jul 2013 21:15
The pub is now run by Randalls (who used to brew in St.Helier) and they have made a significant change to the beer dispense. The little curved section of counter had been filled in and all the handpumps are in row facing you as you enter. Also the beer straight from the cask has disappeared but the range is still extensive and is easily the best on the island. Can get very busy especially when there is sport on the many tellies. Still well worth a visit though. I tried both the Liberation Herm Island Gold and the Guersney Patois plus the new Liberation EPA and IPA !!
mcroyal - 24 Jun 2013 21:56
What a venue, Sean is running this beautifully and his selections available are second to none. Its great to see such an extensive range of whiskies too. As a Johnnie Walker fan i am very happy here!
bartechnics - 24 Jun 2013 15:14
Could be the best pub in St Helier. 8 real ales and 7 ciders on when i visited. Rugby on the TV's. Lots of Pewter jugs hanging from the ceiling. and an unusual shaped bar counter that is pewter covered. But it was so hot in here at lunchtime.
rpf1955 - 22 Jun 2013 13:09
No wonder why this pub has the highest rating in the island. 8 real ales on hand pump and 4 ciders with a further 3 available from the back room. I decided to stick to halves and tried Liberation EPA, Wychwood Battleaxe, Herm Gold and Ringwood Old Thumper all served in topmost condition. Alas they weren't serving food but this attractive pub full of tankards and comfortable seating with smiling barmaid will certainly get my custom again. A little gem on this wonderful island.
Frankj - 12 Jun 2013 16:54
Another Jersey pub I liked a lot, as I did on much earlier visit. Reminded me of a few good real ale pubs around Leyton. By far the biggest range of beers and ciders I saw, and in the most atractive pub, but quanity was a bit better than quality.
mtaylor40 - 11 Jun 2013 21:33
An excellent pub serving 8 ever-changing well kept real ales (and 4 real ciders if you're that way inclined). Oh, and about 200 whiskies! Friendly staff, and regulars too. Ended up spening most of my 4 day stay in Jersey in this pub (well, the weather was lousy...).

Alas, kitchen was closed that week so cannot comment on the food apart from the gorgeous pork pies.

Definitely worth a return visit!
Darren_in_the_City - 7 Apr 2013 20:13
Very highly recommend by myself, you always get a perfect warm welcome, more or less on entry into the pub. The governor is usually there to add to that welcome. The bar staff are on the ball with all the draught beers and ales. A damn good selection of whiskey from single malt to aged whiskey. Some seventy different varieties I believe, at very good prices. Also tv if required with sky sports etc.
The food is unbelievable, they know how to cook a nice piece of ribeye to perfection and they do a lovely Sunday roast. It isn't frozen pub grub like you get from the usual big chains, no microwave job here, all cooked fresh including the veg.
You can't afford to miss it, if you want a proper English pub then that is the place to go. My opinion FIVE STAR PLUS
Dave (Essex)
SOUTHBOYS - 29 Jan 2013 18:52
I recently visited the lamplighter at the beginning of January 2013, and found this establishment to be very welcoming, very well run and had a well received large selection of real ales and ciders. A very good selection of malt whiskeys and an outstanding steak night. The food was absolutely lovely. Staff were very polite, met the landlord on the second evening who was very friendly, even bought us a few rounds, which is something you don't see nowadays. Shame that there isn't more pubs like this around. This place is a gem, if you ever visit st helier then the lamplighter is a must go, isn't to be missed.
All the best Shaun, Kirsten , we'll definitely be back Scott (Southend / Essex )
Essexblues - 29 Jan 2013 16:46
Back in my favourite pub in Jersey, and was pleasantly surprised they've actually improved on a great selection already. There are now 12 handpulls, 8 beers (Ringwood Best, Timothy Taylor Landlord, Courage Directors, Banks's Howling Wolf, Skinners Ginger Tosser, Jennings Cumberland Ale, Jersey Liberation Rouge and Randalls Ruby Tuesday) on during my visit. The latter being extra special. And 4 Westons ciders were available. The food was still reasonably priced with oversized portions and the staff were as I found last time pleasantly helpful. The Landlord was as jovial as ever always keen to promote his pub. A must visit for anyone who loves real ale and good food, Jerseys best pub in my opinion.
thealedon - 13 Nov 2012 12:51
The Lamplighter justifiably has the best rating on Jersey. Six real ales on when I was there including Timothy Taylor and Liberation. The pub Landlord informed us that they would routinely have eight on the following week when the pumps were reconfigured. Ales kept really well. I found the staff to be both happy and obliging.
Nobby47 - 28 Oct 2012 10:56
I always visit The Lamplighter when in Jersey and it does have a good selection of beers but I do have an issue with the staff. The whole island seems to be staffed by East Europeans and mainly Poles - nothing wrong with that of course but they do (in the Lamplighter at least) seem to have a personality complex. I sat for a couple of pints and watched the two barmaids and really the landlord should organise a "Make the Barmaid Smile and Win a Pint" competition There was no communication between staff and customer apart from the basic ordering and change-giving. Not a smile not a "hello and how are you" or even "have you tried our latest real ale" Nothing (they did chat amongst themselves however). The pub is great and the beer; food and whisky selections excellent - shame that staff couldn't be a bit more cheery and forthcoming then it would be brilliant!!
mcroyal - 16 Jun 2012 12:57
Just back from the rugby 2wks ago we where recommended to the lamplighter by locals and and they are the lucky ones to have a pub like this excellent real ale and a genial host. Real Ale,Real Atmosphere,With Real People, Also very good food,the steak nights and Sunday lunch are real value for money.
bazil696 - 13 May 2012 19:57
Probably the best selection of real ale on the island. Rediculiously large selection of whiskies to boot. Knows how to keep a cellar. Grate pub grub at lunch times with proper portions. Steak nights Tuesday and Thursday evnings not to be missed. Had a fantastic pint of William younger No 3, haven't seen it outside of Scotland.
Jimladjersey - 26 Apr 2012 16:40
Hmm..i went to lamplighter many times for lunch or beer in the evening and i think that this pub its best pub in jersey!im not gonna agree with few of comments like barmaid don't understand-ofcourse she can don't understand coz her english is not perfect and im sure that you wouldn't even say one word in her language.Bar staff need a respect as well and its not her foult that sometimes she don't understand.Any way:Best pub Best drinks very good bar staff (happy and helpfull) and im sure that i will be there again:)
bloody - 6 Dec 2011 22:36
A good pub, but the beers on when I was there, were GK IPA, Marstons Bitter and Courage Best. When I asked for local beer, the barmaid didn't understand, nor did she when I asked for a top up. I asked whether some of the beers were on electric pump or gas and that was beyond her. Had a pint and went to the Ha'Penny for Liberation Ale.
BusterGut - 10 Oct 2011 19:44
Great pub with great ales only drawback is the some of the staff seem to be drawn from jerseys endless supply of sullen east europeans who resent beng dragged away from their conversations with each other in order to serve customers.
witchfinderg - 6 Oct 2011 11:13
Best ale pub i tried on the island. 200 + malt whiskeys. Gas lamps still lit when discussed. 8 real ales and ciders.
ppw - 31 Aug 2011 22:38
I would say that this has to be the best pub on the island, due to its excellent drinks choice. 8 real ales were available - Wychwood Scarecrow, Brakspear Hooray Henley, Skinners Porthleven & Ginger Tosser, Ringwood Filly Drift, Herm Island Gold and Shepherd Neame Spitfire & Master Brew. Westons Old Rosie & La Mare Original were the real ciders, whilst there is also a large whisky selection. The single room is fairly large with plenty of tables and seating. It was fairly quiet on our Sunday morning visit. But definitely the pick of Jersey's pubs.
blue_scrumpy - 9 Aug 2011 19:01
On a general note about Jersey - real ale availability has improved across the island with Liberation Ales leading the way. Some other pubs in St.Helier which sell cask beers include The Ha'penny Bridge/Bellinis/The Post Horn/Southampton Hotel/Forum (CAMRA Pub of the Year 2010)/Adelphi to name a few. Also Wetherspoons are applying (May 2011) for a licence to open a bar in the old Chicago Rock Cafe on the Waterfront and that could shake things up a bit if they get permission!!
mcroyal - 26 May 2011 13:16
There was a Skinner's Beer festival on when we went this time with almost every ale coming from the Cornish brewer. There is a connection with Jersey and Skinners Brewery as the signs on the pumps said "brewed by Jersey Folk" so I guess Mr.Skinner came originally from the Island?
On my second visit (alone) I actually walked out as one barman took ages to serve his mates before me and another barmaid ignored me completely despite a local trying to attract her attention on my behalf!! Did go back again next day and got served this time and the beer was fine - however, make note that they call last orders at 10.45 and chuck you out at 11.15. I don't think there are any pubs which stay open after 11 unless they have some kind of music/entertainment licence.
mcroyal - 26 May 2011 13:11
Best pub in Jersey comfy seating and a decent choice of real ales. Large portions of good food available until 4pm. Also a large malt whisky list - some rare.
chick - 23 Sep 2010 14:42
One of my favorite pubs on the island. Use to use it regularly when I lived in St. John. Dark inside with genuine 'gas lamps'. Always a good selection of real ales from the 'mainland' this pub is highly recommended. Didn't want to leave last weekend!!! Gotta give it 9/10
wolvesfan - 10 Aug 2010 18:03
I always visit this place when I am in Jersey as it still has the best selection of real ales on the island. Just wish they would put the prices on the "guest beers". Anyway, all in good nick with Skinners "Betty Stoggs" being my favourite.There seemed to be a TV screen at every table during the World Cup.
mcroyal - 7 Jul 2010 14:57
A decent traditional pub with well kept ales, well worth a visit. Shame due to its location there is no outdoor seating.
alexw - 21 Jun 2010 09:31
For beer and surroundings, probably the best pub I have tried In Jersey, though maybe a pity that the best the island has to offer is a town pub when people often come here for the coast and the countryside. However, if you are in St Helier make a beeline for this pub. During my visits, it had >7 real ales and Jersey cider, all were good quality. The staff were helpful, there were comfortable cubby-holes to sit and chat and the building was an attractive spot to relax.
Arctium_lappa - 10 Jan 2010 17:01
been going to Jersey for over 20 years but have only found this pub this year.Superb banter and wide range of beers and lagers
robbiegarner - 20 Jul 2009 14:28
great pub.i am in jersey in may for a week with eight couples from work.most of them have not been to jersey before,so i am making the lamplighter our base/meeting point.friendly manager,great atmosphere
peewee221 - 21 Mar 2009 16:43
Best pub on the island? Agreed, from my weekend's experience. But that's not saying a lot. It was good to see some real ales, and the landlord is to be congratulated for bucking the 'keg only' trend which still seems to be all the rage in Jersey. But there were tellies in all corners of the place, and the atmosphere didn't do it for me. I rated it as 8, but on the basis that it is the best of a poor choice on the island.
ericonabike - 15 Apr 2008 20:52
A time warp with first class real ale which is perhaps the best kept on the island! Not to missed.
leggless - 23 Sep 2007 17:11
great to see nothing has changed in the few months i have been away,in fact the beer choice has incresed to 14 on board with 8 available on any day,had the best Wells summer solstice i,ve had the pleasure to drink.this pub is a real(ale)gem,its a shame i d,ont live on this island have to look forward to my next visit.
thealedon - 4 Aug 2007 09:08
Really enjoyed the atmosphere & 7 Real Ales on offer at ALL times I visited during our Cricket Tour. Landlord was friendly as were the locals.Food lunchtime was top notch & varied.A cracking find & I will return.
dotball - 15 Jul 2007 12:52
the best selections of ale on the island eight when we visited,vast menu at reasonable prices,shame only lunchtimes.the landlord is very charming and prud of his pub as he should be.Just received his plaque for beautiful beer and was showing all.The best pub in the island as far as we are concerned.
thealedon - 20 Feb 2007 17:38
Still good - friendly atmosphere, good beer. Best pub in St Helier that I've visited - if there are better ones, please let me know.
GrahamA - 3 Oct 2006 09:17
In my humble opinion, the best pub on the island. Good atmosphere, chatty Landlord and decent staff. The beer range is mostly Ringwoods, but a couple of other guests. It was good to get some decent beer in Jersey.
Smokey, yes and no food whilst we were in town, the kitchens were being refurbished, but I would return any time.
The TV's all over the place are off putting and intrusive though.
imdownthepub - 26 Aug 2006 16:02
It was good to visit this excellent pub again. Shame they don't have the Guernsey Brewery beers any more though.
GrahamA - 2 May 2006 09:49
Great pub. Excellent range of real ales, some served direct from the cask. Very good food served every day at reasonable prices. Friendly landlord and staff.

This pub is definitely worth a visit, it is situated very near to the bus staion near town centre.
twabellies - 28 Aug 2005 15:47
This pub does some of the best pub food in Jersey - a cut above your average. Big menu, lots of specials. Up to 8 different, well kept real ales are on at any one time - the widest selection anywhere on the island. One of Jersey's busiest pubs. Best place to watch the six nations rugby!
PierreT - 25 Aug 2005 21:54
I liked this pub a lot. The atmosphere was really friendly and the pub was full on a Tuesday evening when other pubs in St Helier were practically empty.

They have several different real ales here and the ones I had tasted well-kept. Not sure if they do food.

My only gripe was that the pub was a bit smokey.
GrahamA - 20 Jul 2005 13:08

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