Your assurance of food hygiene
These are the latest food premises in Boston borough to receive a top hygiene rating.
The council's environmental health officers have inspected the 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 food.gov.uk.
- The Coffee Hut, Bank Street;
- Sweets & Treats, Bank Street;
- Fruit & Bloom, Bank Street;
- Butterwick Fryer, 3 Brand End Road, Butterwick;
- N V Grocery Shop, 100 Carlton Road;
- Crumbs, 8 Dolphin Lane;
- First Steps Vocational Training Centre, Far Drove, Kirton;
- Westwood Lakes, Five House Lane, Wyberton;
- Vauxhall Court, Freiston Road;
- High Street Petrol Station, High Street;
- White Hart Hotel, 1-5 High Street;
- Swojskie Jadlo, 90 High Street;
- Got the Munchies, London Road;
- St Botolphs Church, Market Place;
- The Wheatsheaf Inn, Market Place, Swineshead;
- The Arbor Club, 10 South Street;
- Poundstretcher, 22 Strait Bargate;
- Frampton House Residential Home, 71 West End Road, Frampton;
- Europe Express, 63 West Street;
- Frydays, 88 Woodville Road;
- Meadows Edge Care Home, Wyberton West Road.
Food premises are rated from zero to five.
Alison Means, the council's environmental health manager, said: "Congratulations to all these premises which have achieved the highest food hygiene rating. They give their customers confidence that their food storage and preparation is fully compliant with food safety legislation. We would encourage all food establishments to aim for the highest rating in order to advertise to their potential customers that they can be assured the food they eat is safe. The scheme encourages businesses to improve hygiene standards. The overarching aim is to reduce the incidence of food-borne illness."