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#703431 - 20th Jun 2012 5:50pm food hygiene levels
shar215 Offline
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wirral restaurants and takeaways have had there hygiene levels put to the test ..i logged on to the government site today and i was shocked at how many takeaways only had one star .and it made me sick to now that i order from one of them on a weekly basis . so before you order a takeout tonight have a look www.food.gov.uk

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#703436 - 20th Jun 2012 6:21pm Re: food hygiene levels [Re: shar215]
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I looked earlier and I too was mortified.....!!! My favourite Indian takeaway scored 1...! Will be using the local one to me in future, that scored a 4.

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#703438 - 20th Jun 2012 6:37pm Re: food hygiene levels [Re: TillieTrochar]
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went into jeannies cafe in the cherry tree centre, liscard
they have scored 5
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#703439 - 20th Jun 2012 6:39pm Re: food hygiene levels [Re: shar215]
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OMG. That's 3 places lost my custom. Some you would've guessed would be a 0 or 1, but I was shocked by others.

Click organise by rating. They should be forced to display their rating in front window.

I'm on a diet anyway.

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#703452 - 20th Jun 2012 7:35pm Re: food hygiene levels [Re: shar215]
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our local chippy got 1 star.
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#703474 - 20th Jun 2012 8:58pm Re: food hygiene levels [Re: TillieTrochar]
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Originally Posted By: TillieTrochar
I looked earlier and I too was mortified.....!!! My favourite Indian takeaway scored 1...! Will be using the local one to me in future, that scored a 4.


I hope it wasn't taste of bengal....

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#703476 - 20th Jun 2012 9:09pm Re: food hygiene levels [Re: shar215]
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i cant get on my locals any idea
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#703480 - 20th Jun 2012 9:29pm Re: food hygiene levels [Re: shar215]
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Cherry Orchard scored 1, but I guess that is not surprising though bear in mind some place's were rated over a year ago plus. So hopefully some of them have improved their cleanliness etc..:)))

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#703486 - 20th Jun 2012 10:17pm Re: food hygiene levels [Re: shar215]
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I couldn't find it on the list, but Beryls (the one on brighton street, not liscard) scored a 5, they have the sticker proudly in the front window, which is just as well as i go there for my lunch most days while I am at work. (the one in liscard scored a 4, so still pretty decent)

Some of the places i have ordered pizza from at the weekend have not gotten good ratings though, I guess I will be changing where I go for those, it gives me a shudder to think of what i may of eaten!

Originally Posted By: vdleon
i cant get on my locals any idea


Try searching by post code, I found that to be better, you can even search for other types of businesses such as schools, lets just say i am glad my child doesn't go to new brighton primary, they would be on packed lunch by now.

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#703487 - 20th Jun 2012 10:20pm Re: food hygiene levels [Re: nidgynoo]
shar215 Offline
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Originally Posted By: nidgynoo
Cherry Orchard scored 1, but I guess that is not surprising though bear in mind some place's were rated over a year ago plus. So hopefully some of them have improved their cleanliness etc..:)))
another surprising one was ..subway grange rd scored a one .thats not good for a multi million pound company

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#703489 - 20th Jun 2012 10:26pm Re: food hygiene levels [Re: shar215]
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they are going to make it mandatory for them to display it in the window wether they like it or not

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#703496 - 20th Jun 2012 10:41pm Re: food hygiene levels [Re: lau2908]
shar215 Offline
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Originally Posted By: lau2908
they are going to make it mandatory for them to display it in the window wether they like it or not
its only mandatory in wales at this time .and if they dont show it they only get a 200 quid fine

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#703500 - 20th Jun 2012 10:57pm Re: food hygiene levels [Re: shar215]
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hence why i said they are GOING to make it mandatory smile

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#703514 - 20th Jun 2012 11:29pm Re: food hygiene levels [Re: shar215]
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Registered: 20th Apr 2009
Posts: 430
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I now feel sick - 1 star for my local takeaway, needless to say , i wont be going there again, Dirty Gits!!

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#703529 - 21st Jun 2012 2:43am Re: food hygiene levels [Re: shar215]
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Registered: 23rd Feb 2010
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I was looking for the rating for the Pizza shop on Dacre Hill (which seems to have been missed).

I went in there the other night for a pizza, the guy was sweating heavily, wiped his forehead on his arm, picked up the dough, then started to toss and spin it (up and on his arm) to make a base.

Not often I walk out of a food place.

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