Gastronomie et boissons

Réveillez vos sens ! 

Glace artisanale sublime, bœuf local tendre, homards et crabes fraichement pêchés, gâteaux tatty spongieux, légumes frais, vin et bière du terroir… autant de spécialités des îles Scilly qui raviront vos papilles gustatives. Véritable passion insulaire, la gastronomie est constamment à l’honneur… notamment au festival de gastronomie annuel de Tresco & Bryher.

Les Scilly ne manquent pas d’excellents restaurants qui se feront une fierté de vous présenter nos produits… En vacances pendant une semaine ou deux ? Vous n’aurez pas à visiter deux fois le même restaurant… à moins que vous n’en ayez envie bien sûr !

Vous recherchez un restaurant avec vue, un pub à l’atmosphère douillette, un apéritif sur la plage après le coucher du soleil, un dîner gourmet al fresco ou une collation rapide ? Vous n’avez que l’embarras du choix ! Quant aux plus aventureux, ils pourront même aller en mer pêcher leur propre dîner ou rechercher des crabes sur la plage !

Les fermes proposent souvent leurs produits à partir de stands en bord de route… avec au menu fruits et légumes frais, confitures, marmelades, caramels mous faits maison, œufs frais et bien plus encore ! N’oubliez pas de vous munir de monnaie car la plupart des stands fonctionnent sans surveillance et vous invitent à déposer l’argent directement dans une boîte. St. Mary’s accueille également des marchés de producteurs locaux pendant toute la saison, généralement à la mairie.

N’hésitez pas à télécharger notre petit guide gastronomique des îles Scilly pour en savoir plus !

The New Inn, Tresco Island

Food & Drink at The New Inn

Tresco

Sample the award winning food, sit back and relax in an armchair with a hot drink or head into the beer garden and enjoy some summer sun with an ice cream in hand.

The Island Bakery

The Island Bakery

St. Martin's

Alongside a selection of artisan breads and rolls, we also have a range of savoury options perfect for a picnic lunch or supper. These include traditional Cornish pasties, pies, tarts and pizzas. For those with a sweet tooth we also have an ever changing selection of homemade cakes. All handmade and freshly prepared on the premises from scratch.

Dining in the Conservatory restaurant

Star Castle Hotel Restaurant & Bar

St. Mary's

A family run hotel located on the Garrison, a short walk from the centre of St Mary’s and the harbour, commanding breathtaking views of the stunning Archipelago. The focus is to provide exceptional customer service and award winning gourmet food, featuring fresh lobster and crab caught by the proprietor Mr Robert Francis aboard ‘Gallos’ the hotel’s own fishing boat. 

Walkers crossing the channel between Tresco and Bryher at low tide

Get a Taste of Scilly this September

September: what better time to visit the Isles of Scilly? The schools are back, and yet the islands enjoy some of the best weather of the year. And to top it off, you can enjoy a Taste of Scilly for the entire month!

That’s right, our Taste of Scilly Festival takes place throughout September – a time for you to really tuck into the islands’ fuller flavours: to meet the islands’ producers, watch them work, and

An evening boat trip

Evening Supper Boats

St. Mary's

An evening supper boat to St. Agnes operates most nights when the weather is fit. Throughout September, there will also be evening boats going to St. Martin's.

On the Quay

St. Mary's

New for 2018 ‘On the Quay’ offers a stylish restaurant, bar, cafe & bike hire all conveniently situated at the Gateway to the Isles.  Serving throughout the day a wide range of fresh, where available local,  produce whilst offering some of the best views on the island.  Phil and Sheryl look forward to providing a warm welcome.

Scilly from the air

The Turks Head

St. Agnes

The most south westerly pub in Britain

THE ISLES OF SCILLIES MOST ICONIC PUBLIC HOUSE

The Mermaid Inn

St. Mary's

Your first port of call on St Mary’s. You will always find real ales flowing in our traditional bar and quality cuisine in our contemporary restaurant and bistro.

Open every day for food and drink.

Scilly from the air

Ales of Scilly

St. Mary's

Local brewery

Local St Martin's wines

St Martin's Vineyard, Winery and Visitor Centre

St. Martin's

Come and see a working vineyard in action. Enjoy an informative tour and sample our unique selection of fine wines - or simply pop by the visitor centre and shop at your leisure. Open Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday (10.45am - 4.00pm) by appointment or when the gate is open!

 

Scilly from the air

Ales of Scilly

St. Mary's

Local brewery

Ruin Beach Cafe Terrace

Ruin Beach Cafe

Tresco

The Ruin Beach Café is open all day serving breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner. At the heart of the restaurant – and the menu – is the wood-fired oven that produces delicious pizzas, roasts the succulent beef and fresh fish, as well as baking the bread.  It’s fuelled with island wood, and brings a real flavour of the Mediterranean to the cooking.

Belgian Dark with Sea Lettuce

Scilly Maid Chocolate

St. Mary's

A special Souvenier: Scilly Maid Chocolate – More Cocoa, Less Sugar - High Quality Belgian and Single Origin Chocolate, tempered, moulded, flavoured and packed on St Mary’s with care and attention.  Some using locally foraged products such as Island Gorse Flower, Sea Greens, Wild Carrot Seed and the Island Sea Salt. Perfect for gifts, as souvenirs, wedding favours or a treat to yourself.  Look out for seasonal gift packs. Postal to UK is available. Payment

Coastguards Cafe

Coastguards Cafe

St. Agnes

Situated above Santa Warna Cove on St Agnes, behind the Coastguard Cottages with one of the wildest views in the UK. This cool family owned cafe serves great coffee, delicious homemade lunches, cakes and cream teas using local produce. Wifi access and lots of seating inside and out.

Crab Shack

Crab Shack

Bryher

Serving a simple but beautiful menu of Bryher crab, mussels and scallops served in Portuguese cataplanas in a relaxed, informal atomosphere. Open in the evenings between May and September, we recommend booking early to avoid dissappointment.