A NEW Taste of the Wight guide, championing the best food and drink the Island has to offer, will be published in time for Easter.
Four years after the last edition was published by the Isle of Wight Council, the guide has been rejuvenated and relaunched by PR firm Solent to promote pubs, cafes and restaurants.
It features profiles on top establishments, tips on the best places to eat and drink from food reviewers Matt and Cat and competitions to win dining experiences around the Island.
Editor Joni Rhodes said the publication had been welcomed with open arms by the dining and hospitality industry.
"Overall we aim to provide a useful, entertaining, educational and inspiring guide," she said.
Taste of the Wight will be available onboard Red Funnel and Wightlink ferry services just ahead of the Easter weekend.
Solent sales director David Brooks said: "It's the perfect place to distribute, it ensures day trippers and holidaymakers can pick up the free guide on their way to the Isle of Wight. Everyone loves to try local food and drink when they are away from home.
"Taste of the Wight will open visitors eyes to the range and quality of food and drink produced locally as well as providing endless ideas for places to enjoy a pub lunch, crab sandwich or perhaps a celebration meal at one of our finest dining establishments."