THE Food Standards Agency has issued glowing reports for six of Warrington's eateries.

Its latest batch of inspections has proved to be successful for the town's restauranteurs, with all six of the establishments coming up trumps.

The FSA is responsible for ensuring that customers are aware of the hygiene practices employed (or not, in some cases) at eateries.

It is also responsible for the green stickers that most restaurants and takeaways display in their windows, indicating a score out of five for hygiene.

Now, six more of the town's dining establishments have been inspected by the FSA - here's how they performed.

  • Bold Street House, Egypt Street

Warrington Guardian: Bold Street House has earned top marks for hygiene from the FSABold Street House has earned top marks for hygiene from the FSA (Image: Bold Street House)

Inspected on May 24, Bold Street House has walked away from its inspection with the top score of five out of five.

This spot is known for serving up made-to-order roast dinners, as well as being a laid-back space during the week.

Having undergone a recent refurb, Bold Street House say: "We take pride in creating a unique, relaxed atmosphere; perfect for a casual catch up, a moment to yourself with a good book or even a private party to celebrate a special occasion."

  • Smokie Mo's, Buttermarket Street

Formerly the Firkin Tap on Buttermarket Street, the venue reopened as Smokie Mo's Sports Bar in March this year, according to social media.

The new bar was inspected on May 26, and was another recipient of a five out of five hygiene rating.

  • Gravity UK, Time Square

Warrington Guardian: Gravity in Time Square has been ranked highly, tooGravity in Time Square has been ranked highly, too (Image: Newsquest)

Warrington town centre's trampoline park has also been given a rating of five out of five.

The FSA came to call on May 15, and Gravity passed with flying colours.

That can only be a good thing - nobody wants to go on a trampoline with a belly full of dodgy grub.

  • Henry's Hot Dogs, Whinchat Drive

In keeping with the rest of the eateries on the list, Henry's Hot Dogs has also bagged itself a five out of five hygiene rating.

The takeaway in Birchwood was inspected on May 30, and earned top marks.

Who doesn't love a hotdog? Apart from vegans. And vegetarians. And people who don't like reformed meat.

But other than that, we all love a hotdog, right?

  • Chicago Pizza, Hood Lane

Wanting a pizza the action (sorry), this takeaway in Great Sankey has also hit it out of the park with its food hygiene rating.

Following an inspection, Chicago Pizza was rated five out of five for hygiene on May 24.

  • Many Events Food, Marsh House Lane

Rounding off the six newest hygiene ratings, this establishment also has been given a five out of five rating.

This came after an inspection on May 22.

All information is taken from the Food Standards Agency and is accurate at the time of publication.