THE lowest-rated takeaways for hygiene in Warrington this year so far have been revealed, with none of Warrington's being rated at zero.

There are 205 registered takeaways in Warrington, and 117 have the highest hygiene rating - that's 57 per cent of all takeaways in the town being ranked five-out-of-five.

Since the beginning of the year, four takeaways in Warrington have been rated one-out-of-five for hygiene, and three have been given a rating of two.

The Secret Cafe - Genesis Centre, Birchwood

The Secret Cafe was given a hygiene rating of one-out-of-five. It's based in Birchwood's Genesis Centre, which houses other companies and businesses.

The rating was given at the end of 2021, and the result of the inspection was released in January.

The Orford Fryer - Howson Road

Warrington Guardian: The Orford Fryer was given a rating of one-out-of-fiveThe Orford Fryer was given a rating of one-out-of-five

The Orford Fryer was given a one-out-of-five hygiene rating in January of this year, making it one of the few fish and chip shops in Warrington to receive such a rating.

Yuan's Oriental Supper Bar - Honiton Way

This takeaway in Penketh was given a hygiene rating of one-out-of-five in March 2022.

According to Google, the takeaway has since been permanently closed down.

Star Kebab - Winwick Street

Warrington Guardian: Star Kebab was rated one-out-of-five for hygiene in April this yearStar Kebab was rated one-out-of-five for hygiene in April this year

In April this year, Star Kebab was slapped with a one-out-of-five hygiene rating.

It's located at 37 Winwick Street.

Bavette Steakhouse - London Road

Bavette Steakhouse in Stockton Heath was given a hygiene rating of two-out-of-five in March.

The site was formerly the Stockyard Steakhouse, and is opposite the Stockton Heath branch of Costa.

Thai Paragon - Warrington Road

This Culcheth restaurant was handed a two-out-of-five rating in May this year.

Thai Paragon has been open in the area for more than 10 years.

The Village Fryer - Clay Lane

Warrington Guardian: The Village Fryer was assessed in MayThe Village Fryer was assessed in May

This fish and chip shop in Burtonwood was assessed on May 17, and received a rating of two-out-of-five as a result.

The Captain's Table - Marsh House Lane

Another fish and chip shop in Warrington that's been rated two-out-of-five.

The Captain's Table, off Manchester Road, was assessed in March and was handed the low rating.

A Warrington Borough Council spokesperson said: “The purpose of a Food Hygiene inspection is to protect the public by working with the business to help them to achieve a high standard of compliance. The food hygiene rating reflects the standards found on the date of the inspection and is not a guide to food quality. The National Food Hygiene Rating Scheme is co-ordinated nationally by the Food Standards Agency. You can check the Food Hygiene Rating Score of a business by visiting In common with all ongoing cases, we are not able to comment on specific issues relating to the case”.