GROTSPOT WEBSITE PRAISED.
adj. grot·ti·er, grot·ti·est Chiefly British Slang
Very unpleasant; miserable.
[Alteration of grotesque. city eateries was today praised for raising standards.
Scores On The Doors, which is celebrating its third anniversary in Liverpool Liverpool, city (1991 pop. 448,300), NW England, on the Mersey River near its mouth. It is one of Britain's largest cities. A large center for food processing (especially flour and sugar), Liverpool has a variety of industries, including the manufacture of electrical , exposed a series of restaurants and even school canteens for unhygienic practices.
When the database was launched, more than 1,000 businesses were inspected and the results published online saw only 10 achieving the top five-star rating.
Currently, 2,186 premises have been inspected and just 15 of these have no stars at all.
More than 200, nearly five times as many as 2006, have now been awarded five stars.
Big improvers include 60 Hope Street, Allerton Fish Bar, Alder Hey children's hospital Alder Hey Children's Hospital is a children's hospital in West Derby, Liverpool. It is run by the Royal Liverpool Children's NHS Trust as part of the UK National Health Service. and many of the city's schools, colleges and nurseries.
Deb's Diner, in Dovecot, was named and shamed in the ECHO twice for its poor standards, but has now been awarded three stars.