Preston has become a great city for foodies, as successful restaurants are opening throughout the year while staples continue to deliver.
However, once again the hygiene ratings often throw up some surprises for restaurant goers in Preston.
The Food Safety Agency is an independent Government department working across England, Wales and Northern Ireland to protect public health and consumers’ wider interests in food.
Employees of the agency have a responsibility to keep members of the public safe, by investigating food service establishments and reporting their findings.
Here are the worst findings in Preston, according to the Food Safety Agency:
Sandwich shops seemed to be hit hardest by the hygiene police.
As Al-Barakah, on Langcliffe Road, Jade City, on London Road, and Delicious Delight, on Adelphi Steet, all received 1-star ratings.
The only Preston establishment to receive a zero rating was Azuma, on Friargate.
Also to receive One Star Ratings:
The Dryden Centre, on Manchester Road.
Ignite Shisha Cafe, on Watery Lane.
Lazeez NW ltd, on Deepdale Mill Street.
Mr Joes, on Church Street.
Ninja Adventure Park, on Mercer Street.
Spice Kitchen, on Ribbleton Avenue.
Top 1 Pizza, on New Hall Lane.
Anatalya Shwarma House, on New Hall Lane.