The best and the worst of recent food hygiene ratings

Scores on the doors — Latest food hygiene ratings for Island businesses
Scores on the doors — Latest food hygiene ratings for Island businesses

IT'S good news for a lot of Isle of Wight cafes, restaurants and shops as they have aced their most recent food hygiene inspections.

Eateries and food production facilities are rated on a scale of 0 'Urgent Improvement Necessary' to 5 'Very Good by the Food Standards Agency.

Environmental health inspections are carried out by Isle of Wight Council officers who rate how hygienic the food handling is, the cleanliness and condition of facilities and the food safety management at each place.

But how have the most recent inspections turned out?

Five — Very Good

Sainsbury’s, Sandown High Street

Artisan Cafe, East Cowes

RNLI Shop, Cowes

Cowes Primary School

Morrisons, Newport

Morrisons, Lake

Hazel Lodge, Havenstreet

Cowes Town Central

Arreton St George's CE Primary School – Compass

Nettlestone Primary School – Compass

Broadlea Primary School – Compass

Lake Fish Bar

Kings Head, Yarmouth

Bayliss and Booth, Wootton

Orchards Holiday Park, Newbridge

Taste of Britain, Cowes

Four — Good

The Garlic Farm Restaurant, Newchurch

RG (Bembridge) Ltd

The Harbour View, Bembridge

Autumn House, Sandown

The Boathouse, Seaview

St Mary’s Catholic Primary School – Compass, Ryde

The Brunswick Hotel, Shanklin

Bay Leaf, Lake

The Bugle Inn, Brading

Fuoco Pizza, Freshwater

Hunnyhill Pre-School

Three — Generally Satisfactory

Lake Kebab and Pizza House

Crab and Lobster Tap, Ventnor

Shorwell Village Shop

Cardamom, Sandown

Lucky House, Ryde

Appletree Takeaway, Yarmouth

Poppins, Shanklin

Chipmunks, Ryde

Two — Improvement Necessary


One — Major Improvement Necessary

The Garden Cafe at Park Place Farm, Newport

Zero — Urgent Improvement Necessary