Exeter, LMH, Trinity and Keble are the worst colleges for food hygiene

The only four to score a four


Exeter, LMH, Trinity and Keble are the only Oxford college kitchens to not have a hygiene rating of five.

Each has a current score of four (good) as opposed to five (very good).

Matt Segarty, undergrad at Keble, said: “What? I eat college food most days and have never had cause for complaint.”

Trinity's dining hall

Trinity’s dining hall

According to the Food Standards Agency website, officers inspect “how hygienically the food is handled, the condition of the structure of the buildings, and how the business manages what it does to make sure food is safe.”

 

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Malmaison: not as clean as you’d think

More dubious are businesses such as Kebab Kid on George Street with a paltry score of zero – urgent improvement necessary.

Big names scoring low also include Atomic Pizza, Malmaison and Taylors (Gloucester Green) all with twos, Chicken Cottage with three and GBK with four.