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Baskeyfield House’s Taste restaurant gets top marks for food hygiene

The catering team at Sanctuary Supported Living’s Baskeyfield House, a retirement community in Stoke, have been awarded another top rating of 5 by the Food Standards Agency, following a recent unannounced inspection.

The Food Standards Agency’s rating system, which ranges from 0 to 5, is based on factors including food handling, cleanliness, and management. The latest 5 rating for Baskeyfield House’s Taste restaurant follows their previous top-marks rating at the last inspection in 2022.

Baskeyfield House offer self-contained apartments with onsite amenities and communal gardens for people aged 55 and over. The retirement service’s Taste restaurant is open at lunchtimes, seven days a week for residents, their family and friends, as well as members of the local community, and aims to provide a friendly and social dining experience at a great price.

Current winter menu favourites include lamb hotpot, honey roast gammon, and fish and chip Fridays, with delicious desserts available to accompany all main meals, as well as a lite bite menu for those with smaller appetites.

Helen Miron, Retirement Communities Manager at Baskeyfield House, said: “We are delighted to have received another top rating from the Food Standards Agency for our Taste restaurant. It reflects the continuing hard work and dedication of our staff, who always strive to deliver high-quality food and service to our customers.

“We are proud to offer a welcoming place for people to socialise and enjoy our freshly-prepared seasonal dishes, and we look forward to welcoming more guests to our restaurant in the future.”

To find out more about Sanctuary Supported Living’s retirement communities and in-house Taste restaurants, read about our onsite services. To apply for a modern and spacious apartment at Baskeyfield House, visit our website for information and contact our team.

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