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Hendon diner given new food hygiene rating

Buns N Chicken received a new rating from the Food Standards Agency reports Will Grimond, Data Reporter

A Food Standards Agency rating sticker with the words 'FOOD HYGIENE RATING' and numbers up to 5
New ratings have been awarded by the Food Standards Agency – (Credit – Radar)

A Barnet restaurant has been handed a new three-out-of-five food hygiene rating.

Buns N Chicken, a diner at 13 Church Road in Hendon was given the score after assessment on November 8th by the Food Standards Agency.

It means that of Barnet’s 562 restaurants, cafes and canteens with ratings, 268 (48%) have ratings of five and just one has a zero rating.


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