Places To Eat In Worcester

Places To Eat In Worcester

Places To Eat In Worcester

Top 10 Restaurants In Worcester City Centre

Worcester City, the birthplace of Worcestershire Sauce, is more or less expected to have some of the best food on offer – and it doesn’t disappoint! Worcester is also the host and home of the Worcester Food Festival so expectations are even higher!

I’ve lived in Worcester for 8 years now (I know, I’m still a relative newby according to my Worcester friends!) But I have had the pleasure to have been able to sample lots of the top places to eat in Worcester. So let’s take a look at some of the top Places to eat in Worcester City Centre. The deciding factors are the ambiance, menu choices, overall experience of service and the menu on offer

Places To Eat In Worcester

The Old Rectifying House – North Parade, Worcester WR1 3NN

With a beautiful view of the River Severn, a popular restaurant that has served guests since 2004. It fit its own description “a blend of high caliber dining and a sophisticated drinking. You’ll never want to miss their weekend special of sirloin steak, slow roasted pork belly, and mashed potatoes.

Galleria Italiana – 19-21 Friar Street, Worcester, WR1 2NA

If you think this is the best Italian restaurant in Worcester City Centre, you may be right. When you need your fix of pasta, pizza and other traditional mixes, head to Galleria Italiana for an authentic evening.

Saffrons Bistro – 15 New Street, Worcester, WR1 2DP

Saffrons offer a largely British and European menu. Since 1995, the idea of owners Nick and Chrissy Hunt of changing the dining experience of the city has never waned. You need a taste of stout casserole with shallot to understand why they must be on this list.

Ostlers at Number 1 – 1 Severn Terrace, Worcester, WR1 3EH

At the heart of Worcester is a little slice of Europe serving foods made from locally sourced ingredients. Maybe it’s the Duck Liver Pate or the Herefordshire Blade of beef served with horseradish mash, something that will definitely make you want to taste what Ostlers have on offer.

Singapore Restaurant – 29 Friar Street, Worcester Wr1 2NA

Just a perfect example of Little Place, Big Taste. The Classic Cantonese dish, the exotic Singaporean delicacies, and the Malaysian specials will change your taste buds forever. Vegetarians planning to eat out will always find a soft spot at Singapore Restaurant.

Chesters – 51 New Street, Worcester WR1 2DL

It’s time to bring a Mexican twist to the mix. The Cozy cellar level of Chesters will make you enjoy your Jambalaya peacefully, or you can decide to enjoy the quiet ambiance on the street level with South American Beers.

Bolero Bar and Kitchen – 34 Foregate Street, Worcester WR1 1EE

Just think of this place as the upscale but smart casual place to have a perfect feel of British and International fare. You’ll always remember this place for it smoked bacon lardons, garden pea risotto, and sage butter. Or for the perfect place for a cocktail on a balmy summer evening.

The Olive Branch – 6 Church Street, Worcester WR1 2RH

The tapas style dishes are not the only strong point of this restaurant. It’s like a visit to any restaurant in Italy, Greece or Spain with the Bistro styled settings. Go with a friend or loved one and experience a meze style of eating, or the more traditional a la carte menu.

Burgerworks – 12 Friar Street, Worcester WR1 2LZ

There’s a reason why this independent restaurant made it to the top 10. Just a bite of the handmade and juicy burgers made from local produce will have you hooked.  Remember to look out for the signature creations of burger works.

Massalla Lounge – 33-35 Broad Street, Worcester WR1 3NH

This is for those who cherish the Indian curry taste. From traditional curries to a more modern twist, head to Massalla Lounge for a great dining experience each time!

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