No matter what time of year it is, a roast dinner can be just what you need to brighten your day.
Whether your favourite is the Yorkshire puddings or you’re more of a roast potato fan, there’s something about finding a good pub or restaurant to visit.
The Paul Pry
Location: 6 The Butts, WR1 3PA
Not only has The Paul Pry impressed customers with its food but the service too.
One reviewer wrote: “Staff were so friendly, helpful and attentive. Food was superb and could not fault. From the pork and lamb Sunday lunches to the sticky toffee pudding and Erin mess. Great value for money when the food is that exceptional!”
Another wrote: “Lovely independent pub, good range of beers and the food is great. Good pub food with a bit of a twist. Friendly atmosphere and welcoming bar staff. Pub is dog friendly.”
Bolero Bar and Kitchen
Location: 34 Foregate Street, WR1 1EE
The food and drinks are both praised at this restaurant by reviewers.
One wrote: “Visited today for lunch and a few drinks. Food, drinks and service were superb!! Thank you Bolero staff for your fantastic hospitality! Will definitely be booking again soon.”
Another reviewer wrote: “I have been going to bolero for years and it really is one of the best bars/ restaurants in Worcester!”
Ostlers at No.1
Location: 1 Severn Terrace, WR1 3EH
One reviewer wrote: “Great reception on arrival and given table water as soon as taken to table. Service was very good.”
Another wrote: “Excellent food, service and atmosphere.
“We had Sunday lunch.
“Totally unplanned Sunday lunch, booked at the last minute.
“Everything was great, from the booking to welcome on to the end.”
The Old Rectifying House
Location: North Parade, WR1 3NN
Going out and about for a roast dinner can be a welcome change to your routine and if you’re looking to visit a pub, why not try The Old Rectifying House?
One reviewer wrote: “Every time we visit Worcester we go to this restaurant. It is a fantastic venue, the food is excellent, staff all warm and friendly. Far far better than any chain run establishments.”
Another wrote: “Booked the Sunday lunch and wasn’t disappointed. My partner had the pork which came with crackling whist I had the Roast Beef.
Very nice size portions and vegetables presented on the side. Staff very friendly and gave us some additional tips for our stay in Worcester. We would recommend.”
The Anchor Pub and Kitchen
Location: 54 Diglis Road, WR5 3BW
If a roast dinner is what you’re craving, make sure to visit The Anchor on Diglis Road.
One reviewer wrote: “I was desperate for a roast dinner and luckily they had beef left. To start I had the sticky sausages which were so tasty. Then the roast beef was great. Perfectly cooked plus they bring out extra gravy, you don’t even need to ask.”
Another wrote: “The food was excellent – all well cooked, generous and delicious.”