This is a nice coffee shop that serves a great full English breakfast and also has a large menu for lunch and afternoon teas. Cakes, pastries and gateaux seem to be their specialities. The tea comes in pots with spare hot water as opposed to mugs and they source products locally where they can.
There are plenty of tables (reservations are accepted) and the service is both friendly and efficient. It’s not cheap but the food is good and if you are one of those people who believe it is worth paying a bit more for quality then this is the place for you.
Favorite Dish: The full English breakfast will set you up perfectly for a day's sightseeing
What a place for an indian food with indian songs being played. Though indian songs are continuously being repeated but good to hear them when you are out of conuntry.
Enormous no of British also eat here as he serves good food (especially NAN's are very soft).
Though i tried lot of other indian restaurants in Worcester, this one was best among all of them in terms of taste.
This Thai and Malaysian Restaurant has a pleasant and authentic atmosphere and seems very popular so booking for larger parties or during busy times is probably a good idea. I found the service both friendly and attentive.
Take away is also available
Favorite Dish: Nasi Goreng (Malaysian stir fry), also try the Malaysian house red wine.
Cafe Rouge is a nice place to sit outside in Friar Street. Opening hours: 10:00-22:00 Sun-Thur, 10:00-23:00 Fri & Sat
Favorite Dish: They do a great roast pork and stuffing sandwich. One is enough for two people: It's massive!
Situated in David's Garden Centre, at Martin Hussingtree, just two miles up the A38 from Worcester's northern boundary.
Jeanette, the Chef/Manager has retained the City Council's Hygeine Excellence and Healthy Eating awards for the second consecutive year. (2006)
The restaurant has a nice relaxed atmosphere and service is usually quite fast and friendly.
Fresh local produce is used wherever possible and the menu concentrates upon British cuisine. The cakes and puddings are in great demand, but you'll never get the closely guarded recipes!
I eat at the restaurant regularly and have never had a bad meal.
Favorite Dish: There are so many! The "Specials" change every day.
Good Breakfasts and Afternoon Treas
In Winter the soups and stews are nourishing and warming, in the Summer try the excellent salad choices. A good range of lighter snacks too.
Plenty of healthy options
Fresh local produce is used wherever possible.
Pasties of any type are the ideal fast food to be eaten 'on the hoof', as it were. There are several pasty chains, but this one was new to me (I suspect it's a chain, as Falmouth is certainly nowhere near Worcester!). Whatever, they have a good range of pasties and I think mine (traditional steak/vegetable mix) is probably the nicest one I've ever had. I particularly liked the way you can see the pasties being made through the window (see additional picture), although I think the toning colour of the car outside is just a coincidence!
Unique Restaurant serving a Thai menu in Historic Tudor Surroundings. Nice atmosphere with intimate seating and friendly staff.
Heroes Bar is above... great for that meet up with friends before we dine experience.
Traditional English Restaurant serving top quality food in Historic surroundings... built in 1577 and the hiding place of King Charles II after the Battle Of Worcester 1651. He fled here soon after the battle and headed for Boscobel House.
A cosy restaurant with oak panelled walls and open fire places. Friendly staff welcome you and scrumptious food is served lunchtimes and evenings
Favorite Dish: Recently I had the Spicy Poached Pear on a Stilton Cream Base served with Cranberry Sauce as a starter followed by Sea Bass on a bed of Spinach and Bacon... absolutely fantastic.. highly recommended!!
A cafe in the basement of Woolworths store, it isn`t anything special, just a basic cafe but adequate for when you are out shopping and need something quick to eat.
You can choose from sandwiches to something cooked and even snacks like crisps and biscuits.
Lasagne and Vegetables £4.45
Scone and Butter £1.10
to be continued
Worcester has its fair share of Fast Food restaurants ranging from independant burger vans to the big name chains like McDonalds and Burger King. I don't think that there is a street in the city centre where you can't get something to eat.
Favorite Dish: Chips or fries.
Favorite Dish: I had the lamp chop special, our daughter had the lamb joint which was more fat and had more bones than my lamb chop, and Bob and our son-in-law had steak and ale pie, which neither one of them thought was as good as previous ones they had had. They said it had a cornmeal like crust. Our grandson had a hamburger and chips instead of sausage and chips for a change. Our daughter and our grandson shared a chocolate torte, Bob had lemon Brule (which was excellent - I had a taste and I wished I'd picked that), and I had a blackberry pie for dessert and our son-in-law just had another Guinness instead of dessert.
Favorite Dish: We had a late lunch here. Our grandson had sausage and chips, I had quiche and salad, Our son-in-law had steak and ale pie, Bob had a tuna sandwich and our daughter had a cheese potato and salad. The meal was most reasonable $31.81 for the 5 of us (about £20).
It's purported to be the oldest pub in Worcester though under various names and establishments over the centuries. It's now owned by an Austrian family and serves Austrian food and beer. The staff wear authentic Austrian traditional dress too., They also fought to be able to serve litre sized drinks instead of the traditional British pints and they won the battle!
We had a light lunch here of sausage that you dip in mustard, cheese and horseradish along with a small glass of wonderful beer. My companion assures me the other dishes served for lunch and dinner are equally tasty.
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Feb 2003 The local CAMRA branch makes a Pub of the Year annual award to the pub in its area that is considered 'the best'. This year Richard Appleton of The Dragon in the Tything, Worcester won this award.
The reviews of this pub in 2002 said it was a rough crowd and since we had our grandson with us, we decided to give it a miss.