Wetherspoons The Tailor’s Chalk five-star hygiene rating

The Tailor’s Chalk has gained the top rating for its levels of hygiene in the council’s scores on the doors programme.

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The pub, situated in Sidcup High Street, was awarded a five-star rating by the council’s inspectors.

The pub’s manager, Jessica Edwards, said: “We are delighted that we have gained the top rating and I’m sure our customers will welcome the news too.

“Standards of hygiene at the pub are of paramount importance.

“All of the staff work hard to ensure that the pub offers its customers the highest levels of hygiene at all time and we are delighted that our efforts have been recognised with the five-star rating.

Scores on the doors aims to highlight hygiene standards in pubs, restaurants, take-aways and clubs across the borough.

Inspectors judge outlets on how hygienic and well-managed the food preparation at the premises is and each business is benchmarked against the same criteria namely: hygiene, structural and confidence in management.

The pub’s hygiene food handling was evaluated as very good as well as its management of food safety.

Cleanliness and condition of facilities and building was rated as good.

The historic pub building has been in Sidcup since the late Victorian era.

On The Tailor’s Chalk website, a spokesperson said: “These premises are two former shops (47 and 49 High Street).

“They were part of a parade built in late Victorian times. In 1903, no.49 was occupied by Merton’s, the tailor.

“During the 1930s, the “high class tailor” was W J Cooper, who also used a tailor’s chalk to mark seams and cutting lines.

“The property was remoulded by J D Wetherspoon in April 2009.”


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