Tiffin at the Museum

It’s all change at the Jersey Museum as the Merchant House closes its doors and the restaurant is redeveloped under the watchful eyes of the folks behind Tiffin. It’s not just a rebrand, there is some decent building work happening as the space is being opened up to provide an open plan brasserie. The eating area will merge with the entrance to the museum; think Firefly Cafe at Durrell. Their waterfront location will no longer be open to the public but instead will be offered out as a private event space with a limited number of spaces able to cater to 200, it’s a smart move. Look out for what Tiffin do with the Museum this spring.

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