Each Bradford site with a food hygiene score of 0, 1 or 2 in December



HERE are the nine Bradford takeaways, restaurants and shops that said they needed to improve their food hygiene standards last month.

Each of the outlets received a food hygiene rating of between zero and two by the Food Standards Agency in December following inspections a month earlier.

One takeout received a zero rating, two received a one-star rating, and the remaining six received two ratings.

All need to make immediate improvements in either food handling, the cleanliness and condition of their facilities, food safety management, or a combination of the three.

Nadeem Savory Hut in Carlisle Road, Manningham has been given a zero food hygiene rating by inspectors, meaning urgent improvement is needed.

Nadeem’s Savory Hut did not get any food hygiene scores

Major improvements are needed in all areas of take-out, with food preparation, cooking and storage well below acceptable standards, as well as cleanliness of facilities. Better systems are also needed to ensure food safety.

The takeaway has never had a food hygiene rating above three, and has been two or less on every inspection since 2016.

Jade Garden, in Beck Hill, Buttershaw, and The Pintoh, in Church Street, Ilkley, received a Food Hygiene Star.

At Jade Garden, while food handling is “generally satisfactory”, an improvement in the cleanliness and condition of the facilities is needed, and a major improvement is needed in the management of food safety.

Standards have fallen even further at Jade Garden; it was rated two stars last February and 2018, with major improvements needed to bring food hygiene standards to acceptable levels.

At The Pintoh, while the cleanliness of the facilities is rated as “good” and the hygienic handling of food “generally satisfactory”, it is the management of food safety that requires major improvement.

That’s a big drop for the Thai restaurant and takeaway, scoring four stars on the last visit in January 2020 and five stars in 2017.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Pintoh in Ilkley saw his food hygiene index drop from four to onePintoh in Ilkley saw his food hygiene index drop from four to one

The remaining six takeaways have all received two stars, meaning that improvement is needed to bring food hygiene back to acceptable levels for diners.

At Ali’s Takeaway in Gaythorne Road, West Bowling, while food handling and food safety management are generally satisfactory, there is a need for improvement in the cleanliness and condition of the facilities.

This is another place where the rating has dropped from three stars awarded in January 2019.

At Bismillah Roti in Whitby Road, Girlington, it was the same story with generally satisfactory food handling and safety management and a needed improvement in the cleanliness of the facilities.

Here again, food hygiene standards have gone from three in 2019 to two stars.

BOXD Chinese at Cottingley Road, Sandy Lane was found to be similar with good food handling and food safety management but a necessary improvement in the cleanliness and condition of the facilities.

That’s another big drop, from the five-star rating it received in May 2021.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: BOXD's Sandy Lane rating dropped from five to two in just six monthsBOXD’s Sandy Lane rating dropped from five to two in just six months

Next is China Garden at Southfield Lane, Great Horton where the situation was the same again, satisfactory management of food handling and security but improvement in the condition of the facilities was needed.

Rating two is another big drop, from its previous four ratings in 2019 and 2017, and five stars in 2015.

At the Kashmir restaurant in Morley Street in the city center, the cleanliness of the facilities and the management of food safety were rated as satisfactory, but improvements are needed in the hygienic preparation, cooking and storage of food.

This is another big drop in standards; Kashmir had received three consecutive five-star ratings between 2015 and 2019.

The last poorly rated outlet was Supreme Indulgence, Killinghall Road, Laisterdyke. While food safety management is satisfactory, improvements are needed in the hygienic handling of food and the cleanliness of facilities.


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