Curries come with food hygiene confidence
Like a curry with your pint, occasionally grab a burger when in a hurry? Here are the latest premises in the borough to gain top five marks for food hygiene.
Mayfields Extra Care, Broadfield Lane; Sports and Social Club, Causeway; Giles Academy, Church Road, Old Leake; PJ's Cafe Bistro, Frampton Fen Lane, Hubberts Bridge; Vauxhall Court, Freiston Road; Ali's Food Store, 104 Freiston Road; Old Leake Community Centre, Furlongs Lane; The Moon Under Water, 6 High Street; Carucata, 22 High Street; Burger King, Holbeach Road, Sutterton; Gala Bingo Boston, Horncastle Road; Haven Cottage, Kitwood Road; The Quayside Hotel, 6 London Road; One Stop Store, 47 London Road; Masonic Hall (Catering by Leanne), 3 Main Ridge West; Stump and Candle, Market Place; Snak Shak, New Hammond Beck Road, Wyberton; Spar Wyberton, 67 Parthian Avenue; Staniland Academy, Peck Avenue; Boston Indoor Bowling Club, Rosebery Avenue; Bicker Methodist Church Hall, School Lane; The Gardens Residential Home, 88 Sleaford Road; Bramble Hall, Station Road, Sutterton; Frampton House Residential. Home, 71 West End Road; Diva's Cakes, 75 West Street; The Georgians, 50-52 Wide Bargate; Willoughby Grange Care Home, Willoughby Road.
The council's environmental health officers have inspected all these premises and rated them in line with the Food Standard Agency's Food Hygiene Rating Scheme.
The scheme helps consumers in England, Wales and Northern Ireland choose where to eat out or shop for food by giving them information about the hygiene standards in restaurants, takeaways and food shops.
You can search for information about hygiene standards at restaurants, takeaways and food shops at http://ratings.food.gov.uk/