Places to go out & eat & drink in Worcester
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Local Restaurants, Cafes, Pubs, Bars, etc in Worcester

Places to eat & drink in Worcester.





This ancient Roman city is divided by the River Severn and dominated by the majestic edifice of its 11th Century cathedral which contains the tombs of both King John and Henry Vlll's elder brother, Prince Arthur. Within walking distance of each other you can find a 15th century merchant's house called Greyfriars, a unique Civil War centre known as The Commandery (once Charles' 1's headquarters), a modern county cricket ground and a racecourse.

The city is famous for Royal Worcester porcelain - first produced here in the mid-18th century - and has one of the largest collections in the world. Sir Christopher Wren influenced local architecture by designing St Nicholas Church - now a bar - while a protégé designed the ornate Guildhall.

Edward Elgar's father had a music shop here and a statue of the great English composer can be found near the cathedral. Performances of Elgar's work take place at the Three Choirs Festival.

The city was the first to declare its allegiance for King Charles during the Civil Wars which began with a skirmish just outside the city at Powick. It was also the last city to surrender to Oliver Cromwell in 1646 when he routed a royalist army, forcing King Charles 1 to flee for his life.

Visitors will find plenty to see and do in Worcester, from taking riverside walks, shopping in arcades or relaxing in the many cafés, bars and coffee shops. They might even sample the local delicacy, Worcestershire Sauce, which is still made using a top-secret recipe.

We cannot give a full list of all available food outlets but below is a small selection of those available in Worcester or surrounding areas.

Worcester Restaurants, Cafes, Bars, Food Outlets, etc


Amigos

41 Friar Street, Worcester, WR1 2NA
Tel: 01905 25552

A warm friendly and relaxed atmosphere. We serve traditional Mexican food, freshly prepared & cooked to order. We have a substantial vegetarian section within the menu and try to cover dietary needs when informed.

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Azure Restaurant & Bar

33 - 35 Broad Street, Worcester, WR5 3BW
Tel: 01905 25832

Eclectic Mediterranean, Rustic Italian, Provencale, Catalonian, Andalucian, Classic French, Cypriot, unusual Moroccan and of course contemporary British influences. Stylish, opulent surroundings, relaxed & friendly atmosphere.

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The Bear & Ragged Staff

Station Road, Bransford, Worcester, WR6 5JH
Tel: 01886 833399     E-mail: enquiries@bear.uk.com

Situated in the heart of the Teme Valley, just off the A4103 Worcester to Hereford road, the Bear & Ragged Staff at Bransford is a unique country bar and bistro with a full à la carte restaurant serving the finest, freshly prepared cuisine in a warm & welcoming atmosphere.

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Bridges Carvery

Hindlip Lane, Worcester, WR3 8SB
Tel: 01905 757117    Fax: 01905 757117
E-mail: bridges59@hotmail.com

The Carvery consists of 4 roast joints with the option of salmon. You help yourself to the selection of market fresh vegetables (or salad in the summer). It is disabled friendly with no stairs and is well lit with full air conditioning. Smoking is only permitted in part of the waiting area not in the restaurant.

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Café Rouge

5 Friar Street, Worcester, WR1 2LZ
Tel: 01905 613055

Café Rouge is a classic French style restaurant/brasserie. Visit us for a friendly, relaxed eating experience in comfortable surroundings. Suitable for all occasions.

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Four Seasons Cantonese Restaurant

61 Lowesmoor, Worcester, WR1 2RS
Tel: 01905 27026    Fax: 01905 25067

Established for over 18 years, we have a distinct and unrivalled reputation for quality and service. Freshly cooked Cantonese food with takeout service available.

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Glasshouse Restaurant

Church Street, Worcester, WR1 2RH
Tel: 01905 611120    E-mail: eat@theglasshouse.co.uk

A modern restaurant in a 16th Century school house whose stylish interior includes polished floorboards and attractive stained glass windows. Dishes on the eclectic menu range from braised shank of lamb with garlic mash and provencale vegetables to whole baked Thai sea bass with fragrant rice and dipping sauce - Hidden in the heart of the City - Waiting to be discovered.

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Pasha Indian Cuisine

56 St Johns, Worcester, WR2 5AJ
Tel: 01905 426327    Fax: 01905 756816

Pasha is one of Worcestershire's finest Indian restaurants established since 1987. Fully licensed & air conditioned. Traditional Indian meals in modern & pleasant surroundings. For reservations call 01905 426327.

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Riverside Snack Bar

West Riverside Buildings, Holt Fleet Bridge, Holt Fleet, Worcester, WR6 6NR
Tel: 07504 283501     E-mail: mandy41262@hotmail.com

Cafe offering hot & cold food and drinks. Breakfasts a speciality! Advanced telephone orders are welcome.Grey Rule

The Halfway House Inn

Bastonford, Nr Powick, Worcester, WR2 4SL
Tel: 01905 831098

A friendly family run public house & restaurant situated on the A449 between Worcester & Malvern. Offering a superb evening menu as well as a simple lunch menu. Gardens and play area are wonderful in the summer.

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The Old Rectifying House

(On Worcester Bridge), North Parade, Worcester, WR1 3NN
Tel: 01905 619622

We are open for food and drink from 12 every day. The brasserie restaurant uses locally sourced and organic produce where possible; a 3 course dinner with wine is around £30/head. The upstairs lounge bar has a view of the river Severn as well as an extensive bar and wine menu that includes cocktails and continental beers. The garden and terrace are now open.