A WARRINGTON venue received a 0-star food hygiene rating earlier this year – making it the lowest-ranking site across Warrington in 2022.
The rating, listed on the Food Standards Agency website, means that ‘urgent improvement is necessary at Pit Stop on Widnes Road, Cuerdley – which is a mobile caterer.
Inspections carried by Warrington Borough Council’s hygiene teams also reveal that a number of venues have received a one-star food hygiene rating this year.
Andrew’s Fish Game and Poultry, based at Warrington Market, received one star as did The Farmers Arms in Fearnhead, G&Gs Café in Bewsey, Heaths 26 in Stockton Heath, Kurdistan Supermarket in Orford, Monpura in Stockton Heath, Top Chef in Orford and Vranceanul in Orford.
At the other end of the scale, plenty of venues in Warrington received top marks from the Food Standards Agency in 2022.
This means they received the highest results in cleanliness and food preparation.
Here’s a list of some of the highest-rated food hygiene venues in Warrington:
Amnol Indian Restaurant, Penketh
Bents Gardens and Home Ltd, Glazebury
Buds N Shakes, Culcheth
CJ’s Coffee House and Tearoom, Penketh
Comfortable Gill, Glazebury
Greyhound Petrol Station, Glazebury
Java To Go, Culcheth
Le Brunch Sandwich, Culcheth
Oaks Café, Penketh
Oliver and Fagin’s Restaurant and Bar, Penketh
Sips Mobile Bar Services, Lymm
The Grey Horse, Glazebury
White Lace Bakery, Culcheth
Zumuku Sushi, Penketh
Costa Travelines, Warrington Bank Quay
Froth, Warrington town centre,
WBC’S Food Hygiene Rating Scheme website states: “The score is only a reflection of the conditions found at the time of the visit and does not reflect on food quality, taste etc.”