Hotel given zero food hygiene rating after customer complaint
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A north Norfolk hotel has been given a zero food hygiene rating following a complaint from a customer.
Manor Hotel, on Beach Road, Mundesley, was inspected by North Norfolk District Council (NNDC) and the Food Standards Agency (FSA) after a customer made a complaint.
An NNDC spokesperson said: 'Council staff inspected Manor Hotel, in Mundesley, in February following a customer complaint on Tuesday, February 26.
'A further inspection was carried out two weeks later where the FSA rating was given.'
They added: 'The council is confident the owner is making improvements and a further inspection has been scheduled for October.
'The premises will again be rated with further details published on the FSA website'.
A council spokesperson said no detailed report was produced as the inspection was not a routine check.
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The Manor Hotel's manager declined to comment.