A Southampton coffee retailer has been handed the highest score by food hygiene inspectors.

Several restaurants, cafes, and takeaways in the city have been handed new ratings this month.

Every week, the Food Standards Agency (FSA) inspects businesses across the country, assessing hygiene and safety, structural compliance and confidence in management.

Across the country, every food outlet including convenience stores, restaurants, hospitals and care homes are given a hygiene rating.

Four businesses in the city were handed new ratings this month.

What each hygiene rating means:

0 - Urgent improvement necessary

1 - Major improvement necessary

2 - Some improvement necessary

3 - Hygiene standards generally satisfactory

4 - Hygiene standards good

5 - Hygiene standards very good

Rated three

Mumbai Kitchen on High Road, Swaythling, was handed the score after an assessment on November 28.

Burga on Portswood Road, Southampton was also awarded three out of five after assessment on December 19.

Rated four

Bassett Lawn Tennis Club on Wilton Road, Southampton was awarded the score after assessment on December 11.

Rated five

Nespresso UK at Ground Level in West Quay Shopping Centre, Southampton was given the maximum score after assessment on January 11.