Beity Lebanese Restaurant told to improve by hygiene inspectors

Beity Lebanese Restaurant, on High Street, was given a rating of two by the Food Standards Agency.

Every week, the Food Standards Agency (FSA) inspects businesses across the country, assessing hygiene and safety, structural compliance, and confidence in management.

Every food outlet including convenience stores, restaurants, hospitals and care homes is given a hygiene rating across the UK.

The restaurant’s cleanliness and condition of facilities as seen as needing improvements while the management of food safety was generally satisfactory.

Meanwhile, the hygienic handling of food, which includes preparation, cooking and reheating was judged as good.

It means that of Southampton’s 388 restaurants, cafes and canteens with ratings, 319 (82 per cent) have ratings of five and none have zero ratings.

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