Royston takeaway owners rejoice at five-star turnaround

PUBLISHED: 17:18 14 March 2016 | UPDATED: 17:37 14 March 2016

The Royston Tandoori team (L-R) co-owner Syed Miah, executive head chef Habibur Rahman-Shamim, co-owner Mahbubur Rahman and managing director Safwaan Choudhury celebrate the 5 star food hygiene rating

The Royston Tandoori team (L-R) co-owner Syed Miah, executive head chef Habibur Rahman-Shamim, co-owner Mahbubur Rahman and managing director Safwaan Choudhury celebrate the 5 star food hygiene rating

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Royston takeaway owners are celebrating after the business was rated five-stars by the Foods Standards Agency.

It’s a turnaround for Royston Tandoori, which was rated two-stars last January, before Safwaan Choudhury took the reins in July.

He said: “In all my years working at other restaurants in the town, I have never witnessed an inspection so was slightly nervous when the inspector turned up unexpectedly.

“The rating is a reflection of an establishment’s food hygiene, structural compliance and confidence in management and we’re over the moon to have passed with flying colours.

“Receiving the five-stars serves as a real testament to my team and partners at Royston Tandoori – we’re immensely proud to have achieved this difficult feat.”

Since Safwaan joined the business, a new head chef has been recruited, and there has been extensive renovations to the kitchen.


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