Ealing Town Centre Restaurant Shuts Its Doors After Zero Rating

Fairouz Lebanese Cuisine given one of the lowest scores from hygiene inspectors


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An Ealing town centre restaurant told it needed urgent improvement has now closed down.

Fairouz Lebanese Cuisine 39-41 New Broadway was awarded the lowest rating of zero by council inspectors on 10 May 2018.

Last week the doors were closed, a door boarded and to let sign attached to the window.

The Food Hygiene Rating Scheme allows the public to see the results of food hygiene inspections as a rating from 0 to 5. The rating certificates and window stickers are sent out to businesses after assessment.


0 (Urgent Improvement Necessary)

The Food Hygiene was rated as 'Poor' meaning there  was some major non-compliance with statutory obligations and more effort is required to prevent fall in standards.

The Structural Compliance was Bad which meant there was a general failure to satisfy statutory obligations – standards generally low.

Inspectors said they had little confidence in the management

Scores on the Doors
is a website that collates information on the food premises supplied by the Food Standards Agency and provided by local authorities.


July 4th 2018

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