Food hygiene ratings given to two Wandsworth restaurants

New food hygiene ratings have been awarded to two of Wandsworth’s restaurants, cafes or canteens, the Food Standards Agency’s website shows.
A Food Standards Agency rating sticker on a window of a restaurant in central London. A huge variation in food hygiene standards remains across the UK, with one in five high or medium-risk food outlets failing to meet standards, according to a study.A Food Standards Agency rating sticker on a window of a restaurant in central London. A huge variation in food hygiene standards remains across the UK, with one in five high or medium-risk food outlets failing to meet standards, according to a study.
A Food Standards Agency rating sticker on a window of a restaurant in central London. A huge variation in food hygiene standards remains across the UK, with one in five high or medium-risk food outlets failing to meet standards, according to a study.

New food hygiene ratings have been awarded to two of Wandsworth’s restaurants, cafes or canteens, the Food Standards Agency’s website shows.

Sir Walter St. John's Old Boys, at Trinity Fields Football Club And Sports Ground, 209 Trinity Road, Wandsworth, London was handed a four-out-of-five rating after assessment on January 8.

And Shree Krishna Vada Pav (SKVP) - Tooting, at 104 Mitcham Road, London was given a score of three on January 8.

It means that of Wandsworth's 912 restaurants, cafes and canteens with ratings, 647 (71%) have ratings of five and just one has a zero rating.