Gorey Hill St Martins , Jersey, JE3 6ET

1 reviews

32 Modern European Jersey

SquareMeal Review of Suma's

A refreshing change from your usual over-themed coastal eatery, this harbourside restaurant boasts a cool, contemporary interior. The views are stunning, & abundant light streams through the massive windows, while modern art breaks up the whitewashed walls to good effect. The cooking also makes competent use of contrasts. Start with local scallops, cauliflower puree, apple jelly & crisp pancetta, move on to breast of duck with sweet & sour plums, & finish with strawberry & mint soup with balsamic vinegar & banana sorbet. Ambience is surprisingly cosmopolitan, as is the New World-focused wine list. There’s a lovely terrace for alfresco meals in summer.

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Food & Drink: 8.0

Service: 8.0

Atmosphere: 8.0

Value: 8.0

Food & Drink: 4.0

Service: 4.0

Atmosphere: 4.0

Value: 4.0

Chris70 platinum reviewer 02 September 2009

Daughter restaurant to that in the Longville hotel. Very nice to sit on the balcony and enjoy the view of the castle. Heaters and blankets are provided to word off the sometimes chilly coast breeze. For starters we had Slow Cooked Pork Belly, Confit Pigs Cheeks, Crisp Black Pudding & a Carpaccio of Fennel and Carpaccio of Hand Dived Scallops with Mint Risotto, Lobster & Pink Grapefruit. Nice crisp pork belly although the black pudding was a little dry. The risotto was done very well with a nice big chunk of tasty lobster on top. For main I had Monkfish Cheeks, Roasted on Creamed Potato with Pork Belly, Langoustine, Madeira Sauce and Shellfish Foam, which proved to be another winner, with moist well cooked and tasty fish. Pudding tipped me over the edge with their miniature puddings. Which was five small pudding on one plate, chocolate fondant with perfectly gooey and oozy insides being the best. Promt and fairly efficient service throughout, a tiny bit cramped as they squeezed the tables a little too close, but if you’re not up to the large tasting menus at Longville then this certainly makes a great venue.