Eat and Drink - Best Restaurants in Worcester
Boasting an array of outstanding and indeed award winning restaurants, cafes and bars, eating out in Worcester is a culinary delight offering a wide and diverse mix of places to eat and drink which will appeal to all tastes and budgets.
The dining options in Worcester are fairly endless and, once you look past the clichéd restaurants selling haggis to the tourist market, it's got a real mix of cuisines. The city boasts five restaurants with Michelin stars, along with a handful of diners and bistros that don't fall far short of earning a similar merit. If you'd prefer a more casual eating experience or a simple drink with friends, then Worcester is home to pubs that are centuries old and serve the best beer in a friendly setting. Throw in modern bars and a buzzing nightlife and you realise why Worcester genuinely can cater for every taste.
On a busy thoroughfare in the middle of the town, Bill’s Worcester restaurant has plenty of seating inside as well as a sunny outdoor area.
Burger Shop Worcester is located under the Arches on Cherry Tree Walk. We use the best seasonal, local ingredients. We serve consistently delicious burgers, along with other treats and beverages.
A converted church in the centre of Worcester, the Slug and Lettuce is the ideal place to meet friends for breakfast, lunch, dinner or a drink.
Craft beers, Real ales & Street-style food. Live music & Open mic nights. Beer garden, 3 floors & Function room.Burgers & Hot Dogs on a Fully Vegan menu.
Stylish venue with a modern fine-dining menu and an easygoing bar, plus a terrace garden.
The newest addition to the Two Crafty Brewers family, the authentic, Italian restaurant is now a much-loved favourite of many food lovers in Worcester. Since 2017 it has been run by an Italian family from a small town in central Italy called Ascoli Piceno. The restaurant has been such a success a second SUGO venue has opened in Worcester city centre, close to the Cathedral.