Came for English breakfast and got what it says on the tin, beautiful views of the bay- can’t wait to visit in summer.
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A lot of places in St Brelade were shut on the December Monday we visited so we were pleased to find this place open during our walk along the seafront. We just had a couple of coffees which were fine and sat outside enjoying the...More
We were very disappointed to find that the restaurant was closed when we walked there for an evening meal. On one side of the building there is a sign that said they were open until 8:45 7 days a week so we were very comfortable...More
We visited the cafe after hearing good reports but I have to say I felt let down by the interior which felt shabby even the menus had a grubby feel, whilst the food was ok, it certainly didn’t compare to other cafes witching the price...More
We enjoyed the views of the beach when we had tea and cake here. The café is situated on the promenade with inside and outside seating. The prices are reasonable and there is a good choice of snacks.
St. Brelade is an extremely popular area with locals and tourists alike, and if you've ever visited, then it's easy to understand why. The Wayside Café offers a good selection of decent snacks and light bites, including a highly popular all-day breakfast, but even more...More
We sat outside for a late lunch and my husband described his large bowl of mussels as the best he'd ever tasted, but would have liked more bread with the meal. I had a lovely fresh crab sandwich. The service was speedy and efficient, if...More
Excellent and fast service for mid morning break. Having been with family for a coffee/tea and food(cakes) they actually served very quick and brought all to the table. Had a good view of St Brelades Bay.
Sitting outside enjoying the fine weather and extensive menu, the Wayside is a lovely place for a long leisurely lunch.