A Times Investigation reports that top high street chains are falling short of expectations with food hygiene
Marco Pierre White’s New York Italian restaurant in London, Pizza Hut branches in London and Wales and Rubens at the Palace, a five-star hotel by Buckingham Palace, all received ratings of two or less
An investigation by the Times reports that top establishments and high street chains are falling short of expectations with food hygiene.
Read the full article on the Times website.
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