A Chinese takeaway on Sticker Lane is the latest Bradford business to be served a ZERO rating for its food hygiene.

The New Jubilee Chinese takeaway was given the rating after an inspection on February 21 this year.

It is one of six premises with the unenviable rating.

Nearly 4,000 businesses in Bradford that serve food are rated on a scale from zero to 5 for their food hygiene, and with our new and improved search tool, below, you can check the rating for any one of them.

The other five zero-rated premises are:

  • Claytons Catch, on Clayton Lane, BD7
  • Kayhashan Roti House, on Carlisle Place, BD8
  • Odsal Takeaway, on Smith Avenue, BD6
  • Solly Food Store, on Leamington Street, BD4
  • The Brown Cow pub, on Millgate, Bingley

Another takeaway which previously had a zero rating, Cheesoo Chicken in Bradford city centre, has since shut down.

What the ratings mean

Businesses are rated in three individual areas - food preparation, condition of the premises and food safety procedures - and all three of them feed into a main rating on a scale from 5 (best) to 0 (worst).

5 - Very Good

4 - Good

3 - Generally Satisfactory

2 - Improvement necessary

1 - Major improvements necessary

0 - Urgent improvements necessary

Some newer premises are still awaiting their first inspection, while others - including home-based care businesses and shops which only sell unrefrigerated, pre-packaged food - are inspected but are exempt from the rating system.