Belgique in Loughton given zero out of five by Food Standards Agency

The Foord Standards Agency rated Belgique in Loughton zero out of five

The Foord Standards Agency rated Belgique in Loughton zero out of five

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East London and West Essex Guardian Series: Photograph of the Author by , Reporter - Epping Forest

A cafe has been told it needs urgent improvement by the Foods Standards Agency (FSA).

A branch of Belgique in High Road, Loughton, was given a score of zero out of five for hygiene following an inspection on April 14.

The cafe is trading today.

The manager at the cafe is on a training course today and unavailable for comment.

The FSA has been contacted for further details.

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5:47pm Tue 3 Jun 14

Villagecranberry says...

No excuse for filth when serving food to the public. How comes they were not shut down on the spot like the halal ones were recently?
No excuse for filth when serving food to the public. How comes they were not shut down on the spot like the halal ones were recently? Villagecranberry
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