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

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

While one restaurant was handed a three.

Sweet Cheats, a takeaway at 855 Plymouth Road, Slough has been awarded a four-out-of-five rating as of April 4.

The food standards agency awards hygiene ratings to a range of establishments, including restaurants, cafes, canteens, pubs, bars, nightclubs and takeaways.

They gave Costa Coffee at 268 Farnham Road, Slough, the top rating on April 24, alongside Subway at 284 Farnham Road on April 18.

The Eggfree Cake Box (292 High Street) and Blue Apple Contact Catering Ltd (353 Buckingham Avenue) both also achieved the five out of five rating.

Popular pubs The Wheatsheaf (15 Albert Street) and The Long Barn (Cippenham Lane) also took away the top ratings.

Domino's Pizza at 115 Bath Road was the last of the eight to get the top rating,

Honey Honey Chicken at 235a Farnham Road and Chicken Delite at 238 Farnham Road both received a four-out-of-five rating.

While The Village Grill at The Lodge High Street in Colnbrook was given a rating of three.

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