The 8 Manchester Indian restaurants and takeaways which need 'urgent' or 'major' improvement

New map shows the restaurants with the worst food hygiene scores across Manchester

More than 30 outlets in and around Manchester city centre which need 'urgent' or 'major' improvement are named on a new interactive map – here we look at the 8 Indian restaurants and takeaways in the city that fall into that category.

The map is pulled together by Pantry and Larder using the latest official Food Hygiene Rating data.

Veronica Fletcher, of Pantry and Larder, said: “The Food Standards Agency (FSA) regularly inspects any business that serves food and drink and awards them a rating from 0-5, with 2 or below indicating a fail. In Scotland, businesses are awarded a ‘pass’ or ‘improvement needed’.

“In Wales and Northern Ireland, it's mandatory for businesses to display their hygiene rating. But this isn’t the case in England or Scotland, and many people will probably be surprised by the ratings of their local eateries.”

Take a look through our photo gallery to see the 8 Indian restaurants and takeaways in Manchester which failed their latest food hygiene inspection, according to Pantry and Larder.