Four-out-of-five food hygiene rating for Warsop pub - but only two for Mansfield takeaway

Food hygiene inspectors have been busy visiting cafés, bars and takeaways across Mansfield and Ashfield.

Wednesday, 27th October 2021, 11:38 am
Updated Wednesday, 27th October 2021, 7:18 pm

A raft of new food hygiene ratings have been posted on the Food Standards Agency’s website.

Newly published ratings include four out of five, meaning good, for The Black Market, High Street, Warsop, following a visit on September 17.

It means that of Mansfield' s 84 pubs, bars and nightclubs with ratings, 61 have ‘very good’ ratings of five, while none have zero ratings, meaning ‘urgent improvement necessary’.

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Inspectors also visited Papillon Pizza & Kebab, on Newgate Lane, Mansfield, the same day, but only awarded it a two rating, meaning improvement necessary.

It means that of Mansfield's 91 rated takeaways, 37 have ‘very good’ ratings of five. None have zero ratings.

Snowflakes Desserts, on St John Street, Mansfield, has been also been rated four, it has been confirmed, following an inspection on October 21, 2020.

A one rating means major improvement necessary, while three is generally satisfactory.

Papillon Pizza & Kebab, on Newgate Lane, Mansfield, was told improvement was needed to its food hygiene practices.

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