Three Preston businesses were told they must make major improvements in the latest round of food hygiene inspections.
One other was also told it needed to improve as 25 businesses were assessed.
Four business were rated three stars, meaning generally satisfactory, five places were given four stars, meaning good, and 12 businesses given the full five stars for their hygiene, meaning very good.
The scores on the doors food hygiene system was established in 2011 and, in Preston, council inspectors visit food premises and give a ratings out of five.
A spokesperson from the Food Standards Agency explained there are three key elements to a hygiene inspection.
“A food safety officer inspects a business to check that it meets the requirements of food hygiene law. The officer is from the local authority where the business is located.
At the inspection, the officer will check: “How hygienically the food is handled – how it is prepared, cooked, re-heated, cooled and stored.
“The condition of the structure of the buildings – the cleanliness, layout, lighting, ventilation and other facilities.
“How the business manages what it does to make sure food is safe and so that the officer can be confident standards will be maintained in the future.
“Each of these three elements is essential for making sure that food hygiene standards meet requirements and the food served or sold to you is safe to eat.”
The information provided on businesses is held on behalf of local authorities participating in the national Food Hygiene Rating Scheme in England, Northern Ireland and Wales or the Food Hygiene Information Scheme in Scotland.
The inspections continue throughout the year, with rating designed to provide reassurance to customers.
These ratings were taken from the Food Standards Agency and are accurate as of Tuesday, May 3.
ONE STAR (major improvement necessary)
Popadom Palace - 129 Friargate, Preston PR1 2EE - Rated 1 on 24/03/2016
Gazebo’s by Ignite - 213 Watling Street Road, Preston PR2 8AB - Rated 1 on 22/03/2016
Choma Grill House - 169 St Pauls Road, Preston PR1 1PX - Rated 1 on 16/03/2016
TWO STARS (improvement neccessary)
Ribble Pilot - Mariners Way, Preston PR2 2YN - Rated 2 on 17/03/2016
THREE STARS (generally satisfactory)
Abraham House - 515 Blackpool Road, Preston PR2 1DY - Rated 3 on 07/04/2016
Rounds Bakery - 249 Ribbleton Lane, Preston PR1 5EA - Rated 3 on 22/03/2016
King Karai - 28-30 Watery Lane, Preston PR2 2NN - Rated 3 on 15/03/2016
Crolla’s - 415 Blackpool Road, Preston PR2 2DU - Rated 3 on 14/03/2016
FOUR STARS (good)
Deepdale News - 287 Deepdale Road, Preston PR1 6LL - Rated 4 on 07/04/2016
Baluga Bar and Club - Lancaster Road, Preston PR1 2QY - Rated 4 on 30/03/2016
Morrisons Superstore - Mariners Way, Preston PR2 2YN - Rated 4 on 23/03/2016
Fanaki’s - 62 Friargate, Preston PR1 2AT - Rated 4 on 21/03/2016
Central Methodist Church - Lune Street, Preston PR1 2NL - Rated 4 on 16/03/2016
FIVE STARS (very good)
Meadowfield House - Meadowfield, Preston PR2 9RE - Rated 5 on 25/04/2016
Moor Nook Chippy - 52 Pope Lane, Preston PR2 6JN - Rated 5 on 25/04/2016
CSC Computer Science Company - Marsh Lane, Preston PR1 8UD - Rated 5 on 22/04/2016
Nando’s - 30 Market Place, Preston PR1 2AR - Rated 5 on 22/04/2016
Sunny Side Up - 182a Plungington Road, Preston PR1 7UB - Rated 5 on 19/04/2016
Cafe Emmanuel - Brook Street, Preston PR1 7NB - Rated 5 on 18/04/2016
Little Rascals - Lancashire Way, Preston PR2 5PB - Rated 5 on 08/04/2016
QV Express - 48-49 Moor Lane, Preston PR1 7AT - Rated 5 on 24/03/2016
Toastie Heaven Ltd - 8 Whittingham Lane, Preston PR3 5DA - Rated 5 on 24/03/2016
Fulwood Free Methodist Church - Lightfoot Lane, Preston PR2 3LT - Rated 5 on 23/03/2016
Cheesy Cheeses - 8 Tamar Street, Preston PR1 4QX - Rated 5 on 22/03/2016
Lathams of Broughton Retail Shop - Caxton Road, Preston PR2 9ZB - Rated 5 on 22/03/2016