A WORDSLEY Indian restaurant has boosted its food hygiene rating from one-out-of-five to four-out-of-five after a reinspection.

Food hygiene inspectors had called for major improvements at Wordsley Tandoori after their last inspection on November 1.

The popular restaurant in Lawnswood Road was given a one-out-of-five rating - according to the Food Standards Agency website.

But the owners of the eaterie, which serves Indian, Asian and Bangladeshi cuisine, say they have worked hard to put improvements in place and after a further inspection on December 8 they have now been given a rating of four.

Owner Imran Ahmed said he and his team had worked hard to try to get a top rating of five after the earlier inspection but he said: "We managed to get four stars, we’re happy that we got four."

A rating of four means hygiene standards are good.

People can see the results of all food hygiene inspections at eateries across the borough via Dudley Council’s website or on the national ratings.food.gov.uk website.