Damien Hirst's restaurant in Ilfracombe has been criticised by hygiene inspectors who gave it a rating of just one-star.
The Quay in Ilfracombe was told it needs improvement after officials described filthy drains and raw meat being stored unsafely.
A spokesperson for The Quay said the issues raised have been resolved.
"We take health and hygiene at the Quay extremely seriously. There were two issues raised during this recent inspection.
First, was a failure to comply with the required paperwork. We have already taken steps to rectify this and are working hard to make sure we keep up to date with paperwork in the future.
Second, was a disused drainage pipe, located in a storage room underneath the kitchen. The drainage pipe had passed previous inspections but we were asked to fill it in, and this has now been done. We were also asked to separate vacuum-packed meat from ready-to-eat food in our freezer, which we have now done."
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Shots of Hirst's 'Verity' being moved into position
Our Devon correspondent Seth Conway is following the operation to put the 22 metre statue by Damian Hirst in place on Ilfracombe Pier. He's sent this report from the site.
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