Despite the pandemic, food hygiene officials have continued to inspect restaurants and businesses around the country – which helps you sort the wheat from the chaff when it comes to picking venues for meetings and entertaining.
Ranging from go-to coffee shops to our favourite takeaways there were numerous one-star hygiene ratings for certain chain restaurants in the UK – but where in the UK has the worst restaurant hygiene ratings overall?
Unfortunately for residents in the capital, it doesn’t look so good as a new study by Essential Living has uncovered that the city has the highest number of one-star hygiene rated restaurants in the UK. Just 61% of London’s restaurants achieved five-star (top) hygiene rating available from the FSA.
Over 2,000 eateries in London scored under two stars in their hygiene ratings in the past year, making up approximately 6% of all London restaurants.
The report also looks at which well-known chain restaurants and takeaways have the best and worst hygiene ratings across the UK, as well as revealing the worst UK supermarkets for food poisoning reports and recalls.
This about booking a corporate meal? The full study can be found here: https://www.essentialliving.co.uk/blog/spilling-the-beans-how-safe-is-your-food/