London’s 'first vegan donner kebab restaurant' quickly redeemed itself in a reinspection after previously being given a 1/5 rating.

There were no eateries in Camden that received a poor food hygiene rating in June last month.

Most notably in the list of places inspected, What the Pitta in Bayham Street, Camden Town, boosted its score from a 1/5 to a 3/5.

The restaurant was told ‘major improvement’ was necessary on May 3. The owners say the main issue was a “toilet door which has been that way for six years of business and was totally fine”.

However a new door has now built in front of the original door, and the owners promptly requested a reinspection from Camden Council’s environmental health team.

Inspectors now find the place to be ‘generally satisfactory’.

The Ham&High is keeping a monthly record of food hygiene inspections within Camden.

The food hygiene scores range from zero - meaning 'urgent improvement' is needed - to five, which is deemed 'very good'.

Here is a list of places rated in June: