If you are heading out for a romantic meal to celebrate Valentine’s Day before deciding where to go why not take a look at West Lindsey District Council’s Food Hygiene Rating Scheme.
Ninety four per cent of eateries in West Lindsey have a hygiene rating of three or more with 0 meaning ‘urgent improvement necessary’ and 5 meaning ‘very good’.
Coun Jessie Milne, Chairman of the Licensing and Regulatory Committee, said: “Valentine’s Day is a busy time for our local restaurants, cafes and pubs and the majority of food businesses in the West Lindsey area are rated 3 or above.
“The Food Hygiene Rating Scheme makes it easier for everyone to choose to eat their romantic meals in places where food hygiene is taken seriously.”
Look out for the green and black food hygiene rating stickers displayed on windows and doors or visit www.food.gov.uk/ratings.