JPRestaurants - owners of the Crab Shack, Oyster Box and Banjo - has been chosen to operate a new café at the St Helier harbour.
Ports of Jersey has signed a two year deal for Café Ubé to open at the Elizabeth Terminal in the former Shipyard restaurant.
It will initially offer a hot and cold 'grab and go' selections similar to at the airport, but might extend to table service and more substantial dishes when traveller numbers pick up.
The café plans to open at Easter and will offer a 'click & collect' service so that passengers can order refreshments ahead of traveling
JPRestaurants has provided the Café Ubé provision at Jersey Airport since July 2020 on an initial 9-month lease, which has recently been extended until the end of 2023.
The Shipyard Restaurant was formerly operated by UK owned operator, Casual Dining Group, which went in administration last year as a result of the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on many businesses.
It had opened in July 2019, five and half years after the previous harbour restaurant closed. It closed in March 2020 because of lockdown restrictions and never reopened.