Caffé Nero in Banbury town centre has received a two-out-of-five score following its latest inspection last month.

The coffee shop, in the High Street, received the low rating from the Food Standards Agency, which denotes “improvement necessary” after being inspected on January 3 this year.

The café received an “improvement necessary” grading in the hygienic food handling and cleanliness and condition of facilities and building areas of assessment.

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Management of food safety however was rated “generally satisfactory”.

Caffé Nero in Banbury High Street has an average rating of higher than four stars on Google Reviews and an average three-star rating on TripAdvisor.

Food hygiene inspections for venues in Banbury are conducted by the Food Standards Agency in conjunction with Cherwell District Council – the lower tier authority for the area.