Kebabish, Munchies and Dixy’s: Trent’s dirtiest takeaways revealed

You’ll never look at a kebab the same way again


Had one too many VKs and fancy something greasy but don’t want to be sick out of your nose the next day?

Well relax, because we’ve compiled together an up-to-date list for you from the Food Standards Agency website of where not to go in Nottingham for a takeaway.

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Dixy Chicken, Alfreton road

Last date of inspection: 17th February 2015

Last date of inspection: 17th February 2015

Hygiene rating: 1/5 

With a food hygiene rating of one out of five which means major improvement necessary, this is definitely one worth missing on your journey home.

Maryland Chicken, Lower Parliament Street

Last date of inspection: 24th December 2015

Last date of inspection: 24th December 2015

Hygiene rating: 1/5 

Yet another one out of five. Their reviews range from “the extremely rancid smell resembling human faeces fills the takeaways atmosphere” to “It’s a bit like KFC but better” maybe you should just go and see for yourself.

Munchies, Mansfield Road

Last date of inspection: 16th April 2015

Last date of inspection: 16th April 2015

Hygiene rating: 1/5 

If you’re looking to get a curry that’ll come straight back out again then you know where to go. Munchies one out of five rating I’m sure is worth the risk.

Kebabish, Alfreton Road

Last date of inspection: 26th November 2015

Last date of inspection: 26th November 2015

Hygiene rating: 1/5 

You can’t go wrong with a kebab right?

Wrong, unless you want to clog your arteries in a matter of minutes. Kebabish were rewarded a one out of five for their delicious delicatessen.