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Enjoy a gastronomic getaway to Tennerfest this autumn with Condor Ferries

Fans of fine dining looking for the ultimate foodie getaway this autumn should take the short ferry journey across the English Channel to the beautiful islands of Jersey and Guernsey for this year’s Tennerfest.

Taking place from 1 October - 11 November, the renowned annual food event is offering visitors the chance to experience some of the Channel Islands’ culinary delights from fixed price menus, which start from as little as £10 per person.

Celebrating its 20th year, the event will bring together more than 170 restaurants across Jersey and Guernsey for a gastronomic extravaganza that will showcase the very best local produce and innovative cooking.

Visitors to Tennerfest will have the opportunity to meet local chefs and take their pick from a whole host of cafés, bistros, gastro pubs and traditional seafood restaurants.

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Tennerfest is celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2017

It’s no surprise that the Channel Islands have a reputation for culinary excellence. An abundance of exceptional eateries serve up the freshest seafood, caught and served within hours from the surrounding crystal clear waters, whilst rich fertile farmlands produce world-class produce, such as Jersey Royals and Guernsey tomatoes.

Justin Amey, head of marketing at Condor Ferries, commented: “Tennerfest is a fantastic initiative that has always proved popular with our customers, and provides the perfect excuse to visit the Channel Islands this autumn. Whether you’re looking for your first taste of Channel Island cuisine or you’re a regular visitor, we look forward to welcoming guests on board as we whisk them away for a real taste of the Islands.”

Posted on 27th September 2017 at 09:39 am in Ferry Operators | Condor Ferries | Ferry News |

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