A council spokesperson, said: “The council is continuously working to improve the rate of hygiene compliance across food establishments in the borough by offering assistance and advice, as well as enforcement and taking legal actions where necessary.
“In 2018, Ealing introduced the Food Safety REHAB scheme to help food businesses improve their rating with a bespoke food safety course delivered by the University of West London. Since its introduction, an additional 28 food businesses are now compliant with food hygiene ratings.
“The council’s food and workplace safety team encourage residents to check food hygiene ratings before consuming food products in a given establishment and will continue to carry out proactive enforcement activity and to work with non-compliant businesses to ensure they meet food hygiene safety standards.”
Residents can use the Food Hygiene Rating Scheme website ratings.food.gov.uk to check the current rating of any establishment.