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Big Khans Kebab

486 Green Lane,
Bordesley Green,
Birmingham,
B9 5QJ


Food Hygiene Scores

Hygiene: 25 Urgent Improvement Necessary
Structural: 25 Urgent Improvement Necessary
Confidence In Management: 30Urgent improvement Necessary

Food Hygiene Rating: 0
Urgent Improvement Necessary
Inspection Date: 18 November 2019
Inspecting Authority: Birmingham
Business type: Takeaway/sandwich shop

Previous Food Hygiene Ratings for Big Khans Kebab


Food Hygiene Rating 0
Rated on 19 March 2019


Food Hygiene Rating 1
Rated on 10 July 2018


Food Hygiene Rating 1
Rated on 13 February 2018




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Rating Scores Explained

Hygiene
Hygienic handling of food during all stages, including preparation, cooking, re-heating, cooling and storage.
A low score of 0 is Very Good. A high score of 25 means major improvement is necessary.

Structural
The cleanliness and condition of the facilities and building - including the layout, hand washing facilities, ventilation and pest control.
A low score of 0 is Very Good. A high score of 25 means major improvement is necessary.

Confidence In Management
Ensures that systems or checks are in place to safeguard that food served is safe to eat. This shows whether staff know about food safety, and that the food safety officer has confidence that standards can and will be maintained in future.
A low score of 0 is Very Good. A high score of 30 means major improvement is necessary.

About the information on this page

Food Hygiene Rating data is provided by Local Authorities via the Food Hygiene Rating Scheme in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, and the Food Hygiene Information Scheme in Scotland. The current rating is the latest information held by the Food Standards Agency who maintain the scheme.

Birmingham last updated their Food Hygiene Rating Scheme Open Data on 26 February 2020 at 00:34.

The Food Advice Service has statistical data on food establishments for all participating Local Authorities. Find out more about Food Hygiene Ratings in Birmingham