Sark has a wide range of eating and drinking establishments catering for all tastes with a variety of local produce being used where possible. Sustainable lobster, crab and hand-dived scallops, Sark reared pork, beef and lamb, and the freshest seasonal vegetables are all available to be served in beautiful locations with stunning surroundings.
Centrally located on the Avenue, Sark’s main hub, Time & Tide is open six days a week from the first boat till the last in the heart of the Avenue where you can watch the world go by. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, along with daily specials, there is something on offer for everyone.
Time & Tide, The Avenue, Sark, GY10 1SB
The Bel Air Inn, located at the top of the Harbour Hill, serves as the first and last port of call for most visitors to Sark. An extensive range of beers and ciders are available here seven days a week whilst pub grub is on offer and served inside and out with beautiful established gardens to sit in and enjoy. Live music, DJs and sports events take place regularly throughout the summer months and the Bel Air Off-Licence provides a wide selection of beverages year-round to take away and can deliver.
The Bel Air Inn, Sark, GY10 1SB
Under new management and recently refurbished to offer a unique dining experience on Sark, Hatters on the Avenue provides wonderfully cooked food to eat in or take away daily from 8.30am to 7.30pm.
Hatters, The Avenue, Sark, GY10 1SB
This family run restaurant is open six days a week and offers a traditional menu alongside its curry selection and Chef’s Specials subject to availability. Nicole’s Restaurant has a stylish indoor seating area or a secluded private garden to choose from whilst enjoying your dining experience.
Nicole’s Restaurant, Rue Lucas, Sark, GY10 1SG
Exploring Sark’s waters by kayak; exciting waters have carved vast caverns and geological features that beg to be explored, highlighting a fabulous wealth of sea life and some of the clearest waters and freshest air anywhere in the world.
With no cars, just peace and tranquility, Sark is an island of natural, rugged beauty with many delightful walks that encompass the amazing coastal and rural views.
Sark, in the Channel Islands close to the coast of Normandy, is Europe’s first International Dark Sky Community. A rich Milky Way is visible thanks to Sark’s offshore location, its generally low use of residential and commercial electricity, and its striking absence of public streetlights.
With an impressive variety of horse drawn wagonettes, Victoria’s and vans carrying individuals or groups around the Island on tours or to and from your venue, why not enjoy Sark with a private guided tour stopping at Sark’s beauty spots in the comfort of your own private carriage?