Restaurants in Worcestershire

It wouldn’t be possible to mention dining in this stunning rural county without touching on its most enduring culinary export, Worcestershire sauce, which is available at many restaurants in Worcestershire. It’s versatile and spicy and used on a variety of dishes from salads and bakes to Asian cuisines, so there’s a good chance you’ll be able to sample a dish which utilises it.

Worcestershire is a county famed for its local produce too. Everything from wine and jam to cheese, tasty fresh bread and vegetables are readily available from farm shops throughout the region, so you’ll be able to take a little of the county back with you, as well as checking out the best places to eat in Worcestershire, while you’re there.

Worcestershire’s largely rural nature means that there’s an excellent selection of traditional pubs offering hearty fayre aimed at hardened walkers and casual tourists alike. The Station Inn in Kidderminster is one of the most popular traditional eateries, famed for its tasty breakfast and brunch menu. That said, the county also boasts an impressive selection of Indian and Asian restaurants which rate highly on many visitors' must-see lists.

When it comes to your hotel itself, you’ll be guaranteed an enticing menu wherever you choose to stay, as many hotels boasts some of the best restaurants in the county. You could be tucking into an expertly prepared British dish as you enjoy an unrivalled laid-back atmosphere and some stunning views of the county’s famous scenery, or perhaps an authentic curry in a historic town nestled on the banks of the River Severn. And indeed, many of the hotels in Worcestershire you can experience with, such as the Wood Norton Hotel, are renowned dining venues in their own right and some of the best places to eat in Worcestershire.

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