Every year appetite has grown in popularity and this year we’ll be supplying content to other providers too. We get great feedback that it’s a useful and valued reference tool for visitors to the island and locals alike. It flies out of Visit Jersey and sits on the best kitchen counters too.
Appetite stands out from the throwaway tourist guides and achieves high retention due to its quality, all encompassing nature and lack of cover price. With a 20,000 print that caters to foodie visitors and locals in a quality editorial environment, few other publications offer the same platform as Appetite. This year we’ll also be bringing back the two weeks of radio promotion for the guide and our clients.
Gallery’s guide to all things food and drink in Jersey. Hungry for a new place to eat? Pick up your in print from your favourite Gallery stand and keep it handy for next time you get peckish.
A guide that isn’t just adverts
Our aim has always been to create the definitive guide to food in Jersey. We include as many options for the reader as possible in organised categories with all their relevant information. Some guides only feature you if you pay. That’s not our goal. We feature all good and relevant foodie destinations.
Location, location, information
We don’t want you to be lost when it comes to food. We therefore ensure that there’s a handy map reference on each entry that’s easily cross-referenced with our very own Appetite map. We also include all contact details and any social media references to help eaters research their targets
A people focused guide
Each year we interview local chefs, restaurateurs or hospitality professionals to find out what makes them tick. Whether tips on eating out or recipe recommendations, we get under the surface for our readere! We then let our fashion photographer and give let their personalities shine through.
The Genuine Articles
We’ve always featured the people of Genuine Jersey in our guide and each year learn about the organisation’s latest members who work with local produce to make amazing homegrown products. For both our local readers and island visitors, it gives them a great flavour of Jersey,