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Taste Isle of Man- Look out for the signs 27 June 2008

Taste Isle of Man has recently been introduced on the Island, a new quality assessment scheme for restaurants, pubs, takeaways and other eateries. This comes following the huge success of similar schemes in the UK.

Assessments for Taste Isle of Man consider every aspect of the customer experience including cleanliness, hospitality, service, efficiency, presentation and food quality.

Trained assessors are in the process of carrying out inspections and those establishments who have received their grading are now displaying the new signage showing the rating they have been awarded. The following eateries have achieved accreditation and have been awarded a 'Quality Assured' or 'Highest Quality Assured' sign to display outside their premises.

Tanroagan DouglasHighest Quality Assured
DriftwoodDouglas Highest Quality Assured
L’Experience DouglasQuality Assured
Chillies DouglasQuality Assured
Peel FisheriesPeelQuality Assured
HorizonsPort St Mary Quality Assured
HighwaymanPeelQuality Assured
The GarrisonCastletownQuality Assured
The Central Hotel PeelQuality Assured

Geoff Corkish MBE, MHK and Political Member for the Department of Tourism and Leisure said:

‘Congratulations to the food outlets who have taken part in this worthwhile scheme. The new distinctive signs, which reflect the Island’s ‘Freedom to Flourish’ identity and our Department logo, will be proudly displayed outside the establishments premises and customers can be assured of a good level of service before entering.’

Look out for the Taste Isle of Man Quality Assured establishments around the Island.

For further information on Taste Isle of Man contact Julie Shorrock, DTL, Quality and Services Manager, on 687083.

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