With January coming to a close, the Food Standards Agency have already kicked off the year by handing out four new hygiene ratings to restaurants and takeaways in the town.

Of those given new ratings, most have achieved the highest five-out-of-five rating.

While one restaurant just missed out on the top score.

Little Lahore, which opened on the High Street in February last year, has been awarded a top score of five by the council on January 18.

A spokesperson for Slough BID said: “Little Lahore is proud to share that they have been awarded a 5-star hygiene rating. 

"Their commitment to cleanliness and safety ensures that every visit is a worry-free culinary delight. Come savour their authentic flavours."

Pizza Delite and Peri Peri on Cheviot Road also achieved a score of five on January 17, with Pizza Hut on the Bath Road achieving the five-star rating just days before on January 12.

IRO Sushi on Park Street narrowly missed out on the top rating when Slough Borough Council gave them a score of four on January 4. 

What do the Food Standards Agency scores mean?

0 – Urgent improvement is necessary

1 – Major improvements are necessary

2 – Improvements necessary

3 – Business generally satisfactory

4 – Business good on assessment

5 – Business is seen as very good