The Royal Oak, a beloved pub in Harrow town centre, has been awarded a top food hygiene rating by Harrow Council.
The pub, which has been a staple of the community since the late 1800s, is known for its central location and popularity among locals and visitors alike.
Following an inspection by the council on April 20th, the Royal Oak was awarded a 5-star rating for food hygiene, indicating that the establishment meets the highest standards of cleanliness and safety. The rating is a testament to the hard work and dedication of the pub’s staff, who have made hygiene and safety a top priority.
The Food Hygiene Rating Scheme is run by local authorities in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, and provides consumers with information about the hygiene standards of food establishments. The scheme rates businesses on a scale of 0 to 5, with 5 being the highest possible rating.
The Royal Oak’s rating of 5 (Very Good) reflects its excellent performance in all areas of food hygiene and safety, as well as its good compliance with structural requirements. The pub’s management also received a good rating for their confidence in managing hygiene and safety.
The Royal Oak’s success in achieving a top food hygiene rating is a testament to its commitment to providing high-quality service to its customers. As one of the most popular places to go in Harrow Town Centre for a drink or something to eat, the pub has demonstrated that it takes hygiene and safety seriously, and is dedicated to maintaining its reputation as a trusted and reliable establishment.