The Food Standards Agency has revealed its latest hygiene ratings handed to restaurants and takeaways in the town.

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

While one restaurant was slammed with a zero.

M.A.K Halal at 280 Farnham Road, Slough has been awarded a five-out-of-five rating as of February 21, alongside Big n Beast at 12 Park Street, Slough, rated on February 22.

The food standards agency also awards ratings to care providers and education facilities who provide meals. They gave Langley Haven Care Home Ltd at 30 Rambler Lane, the top rating on February 5

Phat Buns at 242 High Street just missed out on the top rating achieving a rating of four on January 30.

Colnbrook Fish & Chips at 63 Coleridge Crescent and Grillo's Peri Peri trading as Karahi Junction at 33a Elmshott Lane both were recently handed a three-out-of-five rating.

Meanwhile Honey Honey Chicken at 235a Farnham Road has been told it must improve, having been given a rating of one on January 17.

New Shahi Spice at 327-329 High Street, Slough received the worst rating of zero on January 17 and will soon be revisited to check on its progress.

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