The majority of eateries in Oxfordshire have been given a five-star food hygiene rating in their latest inspections.

Food hygiene ratings help you choose where to eat out or shop for food by telling you how seriously the business takes their food hygiene standards.

Here are some of the latest top achievers when it comes to food hygiene in the county.

Private day nursery for children aged two to five years called The Nursery located on 17 Lathbury Road in Oxford, was given five stars in its latest inspection.

The nursery was inspected on July 8 by Oxford City Council. It was marked 'very good' for the categories 'food hygiene and safety' and 'structural compliance' and 'high' for 'confidence in management', which is the highest possible score.

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New Hinksey CE Primary School was inspected by Oxford City Council on July 1. The school on Vicarage Road was given 'good' in all the categories and was given five stars.

Oxfam Superstores' Water Tank Cafe was inspected by Oxford City Council on June 29 and give a five-star hygiene rating.

The cafe on 6500 Alec Issigonis Way, boasts Fairtrade flavours from around the world, all built inside a giant recycled water tank. The tank is similar to those used by the charity to carry large amounts of clean water to countries in crisis.

The cafe was given a score of 'good' in the categories 'food hygiene and safety' and 'confidence in management' and it scored 'very good' for 'structural compliance'.

Oxford Greek restaurant Olivia's Greek Food on 27 Upper Barr was given a five-star hygiene rating by Oxford City Council inspectors on June 24.

The restaurant scored 'good' in all the categories for inspection.

Templars Bar And Kitchen on Barns Road was inspected by Oxford City Council inspectors on June 23 and has been given a mark of 'good' in all categories.

Gee's restaurant serves Mediterranean grills and sharing plates in an elegant glass conservatory, bar and terrace and it has recently scored five stars.

Located on 61A Banbury Road Gee's was inspected by Oxford City Council food hygiene experts on June 23 and was given a score of 'good' in all three categories.

Bike themed cafe and bar Handle Bar on 28 - 32 St Michael's Street in Oxford achieved a five star food hygiene rating after it was inspected on June 23. The cafe was given a mark of 'good' for all three categories for inspection.

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