A well-liked nation pub near Bristol has been given the worst attainable rating for meals hygiene after a latest inspection – however its landlord has slammed the poor mark and has vowed to contest the score’s findings.
Award-winning pub The Winford Arms close to Bristol Airport receives ZERO score for meals hygiene
The Winford Arms is an award-winning pub within the North Somerset countryside near Bristol Airport. It claims to have a country character set in picturesque environment, with cask ales and hearty pub meals equivalent to gammon steak, lamb chops and hunter’s hen among the many dishes on provide.
Nevertheless, the pub has been given a zero – the worst attainable rating – for its ranges of meals hygiene after an inspection by the Meals Requirements Company on November 17, 2017. A abstract printed on the Meals Requirements Company web site claims hygienic meals dealing with, cleanliness and situation of services and administration of meals security have been all in want of pressing enchancment on the pub.
A spokesman from North Somerset Council confirmed the pub did obtain a zero score after its November 2017 inspection, and added it had not obtained any communication from the house owners relating to an enchantment.
Nevertheless, the pub’s landlord informed Somerset Dwell they disagreed with the rating. The owner added: “We’re disputing the score.
“I do not actually wish to remark any additional however am hoping that this example will resolve itself very quickly.”
The pub has a score of three.5 stars out of 5 on TripAdvisor, with clients praising its Sunday roast and deeming it a superb place to cease for a pre-flight meal.
An announcement on the FSA web site says: “The meals hygiene score or inspection outcome given to a enterprise displays the requirements of meals hygiene discovered on the date of inspection or go to by the native authority. The meals hygiene score is just not a information to meals high quality.”