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Restaurants in Worcester: things to know before you go

We take a look at restaurants in Worcester and answer the big questions to help you decide where to eat and what to have when that menu threatens to overwhelm you.

What are the best restaurants in Worcester?

That all depends on what you fancy! Whether it’s the rich indulgence of barbecue or the feel-good factor brought on by a sushi binge, here’s what’s got people talking in Worcester.

  • The Colourful Pots. A cheerful vibe and friendly staff serving up the pride of Polish cuisine.
  • Burgerworks. Bring on the beef – or whatever else you prefer on your burger – with a hefty heap of gourmet goodness.
  • Tuck into tagliatelle or spoon up the spaghetti at Galleria Italiana – offering a true taste of Italy amid cosy, intimate surroundings.

Where's the best place for afternoon tea in Worcester?

With so many lovely cafes to choose from in and around Worcester, you'll be spoilt for choice when it comes to finding the best place for afternoon tea. Here are a few of our favourites.

  • Café Rouge. Look forward to a traditional spread with some scrummy cakes, including carrot, chocolate red velvet, lemon drizzle and coconut and chocolate raspberry.
  • Buckland Manor. Enjoy tasty tea on the terrace of this gorgeous old house, and perhaps a glass or two of fizz.
  • GandTea. Set in another beautiful old building on Friar Street, this vintage-style tearoom puts on a scrumptious spread of sandwiches, cakes and biscuits. The famous gin cocktails poured from a teapot are a must-have.
  • Grafton Manor Hotel. Choose traditional or sparkling afternoon tea and enjoy cucumber and smoked salmon sandwiches with cakes at this classic Elizabethan manor house.

What types of restaurants are there in Worcester?

If you like trying new flavours, you'll love the diverse range of cuisines available at restaurants in Worcester city centre. We take a look at a few of the types that are sure to tempt your taste buds.

  • Spanish. Enjoy tasty tapas with friends - pan-fried sea bass in champagne, stuffed peppers with rice and homemade beef meatballs – all served at The Boathouse.
  • Chinese. Perfect for fans of crispy aromatic duck, Ruby Cantonese restaurant also offers king prawns and chicken in chilli sauce, lamb skewers with satay sauce and beef curry on their inviting menu. It’s one of the best Chinese restaurants in town.
  • Polish. Enjoy a traditional taste of Poland with potato pancakes with goulash, chicken chaudfroid, and lentil-stuffed cabbage in tomato sauce at The Colorful Pots.

What are the most popular Indian dishes?

There are many wonderful Indian dishes, and everyone has their favourite. We take a look at some you might find at a good Indian restaurant in Worcester.

  • Chicken tikka masala. Pieces of chicken marinated in spices and yoghurt, cooked in a traditional tandoor oven and served with a mouth-watering masala sauce.
  • Rogan josh. In this perfect Persian dish, pieces of lamb are braised in gravy consisting of garlic, ginger, aromatic spices and sometimes onions and yoghurt, then slow-cooked to perfection.
  • Biryani. This mixed rice dish is served with either vegetables or meat and often contains ginger, onions and garlic with a smattering of spices.