It is one million square feet in size, spanning more than 60 stores and comes with nearly a dozen places to eat in the heart of Feltham.
So Getwestlondon has looked into the latest food hygiene ratings at the cafes and restaurants that come under the umbrella of the high street shopping centre.
Inspections are carried out by food safety experts from the London Borough of Hounslow.
All ratings have been taken from the Food Standards Agency (FSA) website and were accurate at the time of writing (June 7 2017).
Diners will be happy to learn there was only one extremely poorly rated food place, namely, Tennessee Fried Chicken located at 7 Wilton Parade, The Centre, Feltham.
The fast food chain store was inspected on January 26, 2016 where it scored just one star for food hygiene rating.
According to the rating it means major improvement is necessary.
Full list of ratings
Costa Coffee - 5 (Very good)
Greggs - 5
Nandos - 5
Starbucks - 5
The Moon on the Square - 5
Subway - 4 (Good)
Three Flames - 4
Alpha Restaurant - 3 (Generally satisfactory)
Golden Empire - 3
Tennessee Fried Chicken - 1 (Major improvement necessary)
A restaurant that receives a zero or one rating from the FSA is still allowed to trade so long as the officer deems the food is safe to eat.
A food safety officer will offer advice and guidance on how to improve the rating together with a timescale.
If it is not met, then further implications will be made on the business.
If an imminent health risk is found an officer could shut down part of the operation or close the entire business.
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