A restaurant in the BRADFORD district has been told it needs to make major improvements to its food hygiene standards.
China Thai Fever, in Saltaire Road, Shipley, received a one-star food hygiene rating from the Food Standards Agency this week, following inspections on May 24, 2022.
The restaurant was told that a major improvement was needed.
China Thai Fever received a major improvement rating needed for its hygienic food handling, which includes food preparation, cooking and storage.
In the cleanliness of facilities category, it was deemed satisfactory overall.
For food safety management, it was also said that major improvement was needed.
The store received a two-star rating when last inspected in August 2021.
Inspections are carried out by the local authority and the results are updated on the FSA website whenever there is a new inspection.
No representative of China Thai Fever would comment when contacted by the Telegraph & Argus.
Hundreds of new Food Standards Agency (FSA) inspections take place every day across the country.
Inspectors go everywhere, from restaurants, pubs and cafes to takeaways, vans, canteens and stalls.
Other food hygiene inspection locations include hotels, supermarkets and other food stores, schools, hospitals and nursing homes.