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The Auberge specialises in fresh, locally caught seafood dishes and while dining you can see the island's fishing boats going out from St Peter Port harbour or bringing their catch back home. You also get a wonderful sight from on high of the Condor Ferries as they sail in and out of port past the neighbouring small islands.
The Auberge is an ideal venue for a family lunch or an intimate dinner for two, and if seafood is your thing why not start with one of head chef Daniel Green's stunning signature dishes like Scallop Tempura or Crab & Prawn Lettuce Spring Rolls.
The restaurants's A La Carte menus offer a delectable array of meat dishes, or you could go for a set meal that offers the same big flavours. The popular fixed lunch menu, which comes with a choice of three sumptuous starters, a trio of generous mains plus filter coffee or tea, is available at £14.95 from Monday to Saturday inclusive. The Auberge's fixed three-course menu, available every evening from Monday to Thursday inclusive, is just as enticing at £18.95.
Whatever your tastes you can be assured of memorable culinary experience at The Auberge. Daniel Green and his team are rightly proud of their two AA rosettes and their positioning as the highest scoring Guernsey establishment
in the Which? Good Food Guide for 2011.
What really sets The Auberge above the rest, though, is its unrivalled location that makes it the perfect choice for an exceptional al fresco dining experience with an eye-popping panoramic vista.