Harrow restaurant rocked by zero hygiene score


A Harrow restaurant that was one of only two in the borough to receive a zero food hygiene score has refurbished its kitchen to improve its rating.

Club Trees, an Indian restaurant, was taken over by new management earlier this month and it has vowed to impress inspectors when they next visit.

Prash Suthersan, director of 3k Events, which now owns the business, said it was working hard to get the restaurant up to scratch.

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“We have spent around £10,000 in improvements, replacing the kitchen and some new sinks, and looking at all the guidelines we are supposed to adhere to,” he told the Harrow Times. “Our blood, sweat and tears have gone into gutting the place and I hope it will pay off.”

Harrow Council introduced the ratings system earlier this year after assessing restaurants for their cleanliness and food hygiene standards.

Its inspectors will return to Club Trees on May 25th to examine the improvements that have been made, according to the newspaper.

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