Amy Hughes It’s a hard choice on the Channel Islands. Lobster, crab, bream, brill … that’s just a smattering of what’s caught in local waters. Thankfully, as long as you’re dining with a fellow seafood lover, you don’t have to decide. Most restaurants, including Da Nello, in Guernsey, offer a seafood platter for two. We [...]
“Terribly sorry, Madam, but we’ll have to substitute your crab salad for lobster, will that be alright?” I could get used to hearing that. It’s fair to say, lobster is one of the main dishes in the Channel Islands, and unlike in London, it won’t set you back a pretty penny. But on Guernsey, it’s not just the food that’s luxurious.