Food Hygiene rating

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    What a farce the 0 – 5 Hygiene rating is — if the Council inspect a place and it gets a 0 then surly they should remove the rating certificate and make the restaurant/takeaway put up a special 0 notice – and ideally close the premises until the Environmental Health have re-inspected.
    Been caught out this evening in a restaurant/takeaway in Wrexham – place that looks good (exterior) but certainly not the case for the food.
    A Zero-rating surly means failing across the whole business from the doorstep to the kitchen yet still allowed to stay open- all because the Council probably don’t want to lose income from the rates collected. If a place gets a zero what do they have to do to get a closure notice.
    Anyone got a recommendation for a good Chinese take away in town.

    AMA Express
    AMA Express

    Ko Sing.

    The fella behind the counter is a bit surly, but the food has always been very good.



    A zero rating means the business complies with the law concerning food safety but urgent improvement is necessary.

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