Restaurants in Birmingham: 5 star food hygiene ratings given to 14 restaurants, bars and takeaways

Here are the latest food hygiene ratings given to establishments in neighbourhoods across Birmingham

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Food hygiene ratings report on the standards of food hygiene found during inspections by local authority officials.

The scheme gives businesses a rating from 5 to 0 which is displayed at premises and online so customers can make more informed choices about where to buy and eat food.

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A 5-star rating means hygiene standards are very good, while 0 means urgent improvement is required.

Venues are marked on a number of factors, including the handling of food, how food is stored, how food is prepared, cleanliness of facilities and how food safety is managed.

Here are the latest ratings given to venues across Birmingham by the city council.

Restaurants, cafes and canteens

Rated 5: Bayt Al Yemeni at 508 Moseley Road, Sparkbrook; rated on December 1

Rated 5: Cafesol at 1281 Bristol Road South, Northfield; rated on December 1

Rated 5: CHATTY PATTY at 1281b Bristol Road South, Northfield; rated on December 1

Rated 5: Piri Fino at 410 Birmingham Road, Sutton New Hall; rated on December 1

Rated 5: Cafe Pausa, Dunelm at Dunelm, 1 Upper Conybere Street, Highgate; rated on November 30

Rated 5: Chancer’s Cafe at 1418a Pershore Road, Bournville; rated on November 22

Rated 5: Cosy Club Brindley Place at First Floor, 9 The Waters Edge, Brindleyplace; rated on November 19

Rated 5: McDonalds at Asda Stores Ltd, Walmley Ash Road, Sutton Coldfield; rated on November 18

Rated 5: Simmy’s Diner at 637 Kingsbury Road, Tyburn; rated on October 21

Rated 4: Amor Desserts at 2a Nineveh Road, Soho; rated on October 25

Rated 4: Karak Chaii 1118 Stratford Road, Hall Green; rated on October 18

Rated 4: Do Drop In, St. Stephens Church Hall at St Stephens Vicarage, Longbridge; rated on October 5

Rated 3: Shakehouse at  9 Oak Tree Lane, Selly Oak; rated on October 6

Rated 3: Flamin Burgers Ltd at 124 Billesley Lane, Moseley; rated on October 20

Rated 2: Rodizio Rico at Unit 201-207, Wharfside Street, city centre; rated on October 4

Rated 1: Tru Burger at 369 Ladypool Road, Sparkhill; rated on October 4

Rated 0: The Playstation Cafe at Tic International Ltd, 49 Landor Street, Nechells; rated on October 4

Takeaways

Rated 5: Cafe 290 at 290 Gooch Street, Digbeth; rated on November 25

Rated 5: Iskender Kebab at 100 Bull Street, Ladywood; rated on November 23

Rated 5: Dhalings Vegan Kitchen at 260 Windsor Street, Duddeston; rated on November 2

Rated 4: Shake House at 255 Witton Road, Aston; rated on October 26

Rated 3: Kings Hill Chinese at 133 Barnes Hill, Barnes Hill; rated on October 20

Rated 3: Broad Lane Chippy at 303 Broad Lane, Kings Heath; rated on October 6

Rated 2: Peri Peri Pepper at 155 Soho Road, Handsworth; rated on October 28

Rated 1: Heathway Pizza, at The Heathway, Heathland Avenue, Shard End; rated on October 30.

Rated 1: Antalya Shawarma at 647 Washwood Heath Road, Washwood Heath; rated on October 6

Rated 1: Sam and Harry’s at 101 Nechells Park Road, Nechells; rated on October 4

A Mid Sussex restaurant has been handed a new four-out-of-five food hygiene rating

Pubs, bars and nightclubs

Rated 5: Couch at 1466 Pershore Road, Bournville, Birmingham; rated on November 24

Rated 5: The Pineapple Club at 16 Great Western Arcade, Birmingham; rated on November 24

Rated 3: Son Caney Cuba Bar at 230 Fazeley Street, Digbeth; rated on October 4

Rated 2: Bear And Staff at 861 Bristol Road, Selly Oak; rated on October 13.

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