Jersey has only one Michelin-star restaurant left

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BOHEMIA is now the only restaurant in Jersey with a Michelin star, following the publication of the latest guide from the French company.

Steve Smith, head chef at Bohemia

In the 2013 and 2014 guides, Jersey had four restaurants which held a Michelin star – a fact that was widely used to market the Island as a food destination, including the introduction of specialist travel packages incorporating visits to each restaurant.

However, Tassili at Grand Jersey lost its star in 2015, followed by Ocean at the Atlantic Hotel in 2017. And this year Samphire, formerly Ormer, did not retain its star.

Bohemia, however, located within The Club Hotel & Spa, retained its one Michelin star for the 16th consecutive year, following the awards ceremony this week in London.

Tim Phillips, general manager at The Club Hotel & Spa, said: ‘I’m incredibly proud that Bohemia has retained its star for the 16th year. It’s a testament to the continual hard work of the entire restaurant staff, and I think it’s truly well deserved.’

Bohemia is holding an open evening on 7 November between 5pm and 7pm. Tickets cost £15, to include Champagne, wine, canapés and a tour of the kitchens. To book search for the event at

Lucy Stephenson

By Lucy Stephenson

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