Five highly rated roast spots to visit in Worcester


WE’ve rounded up some of the best spots in Worcester for a Sunday roast.

As autumn rolls in and the weather turns colder, Worcester residents will be looking to where to find the best roast the city has to offer.

According to TripAdvisor reviews, these are the places that guests have praised.

The Paul Pry – 6 The Butts, Worcester WR1 3PA

The Paul Pry

This city center pub has been highly acclaimed for its roasts, with one reviewer on Trip Advisor calling it “the best roast I’ve ever had”.

The review states: “We were recently recommended here by friends and brought visiting friends here for Sunday lunch.

“Always knew about this place in Worcester but never ventured inside and can guarantee it won’t be our last visit.

“The staff were so friendly, helpful and attentive and the food was superb could not be faulted.

“From the Sunday pork and lamb dinners to the sticky toffee pudding and the Erin mayhem.

“Great value for money when the food is so exceptional. I can’t wait to come back. Compliments to the chef.”

Globe Modern Bistro – 41 Friar St, Worcester WR1 2NA

Globus Modern Bistro

Another restaurant highly acclaimed for its roast dishes is the Globe Modern Bistro.

A glittering review highlighted the quality of the food and attentive staff.

  • The review states: “A superb Sunday lunch at Worcester’s finest little gem.

“The roast chicken was just amazing along with the beautifully prepared vegetables, bread sauce and tarragon sauce.

“As for the desserts and the cheese platter, a real delight too. This is a beautifully designed restaurant, the staff are attentive and nothing is too much trouble. Well done.”

EGO at Manor Farm – Malvern Rd, Worcester WR2 4BS

Ego at Manor Farm

This popular restaurant is known for its Mediterranean cuisine, but its Sunday roast is still worth a visit.

A first-time reviewer singled out the parsnips and Yorkshire puddings as some of the best parts of their meal.

The review states: “This was our first visit to Ego. We had the Sunday roast, I had the beef and my husband had the lamb.

“Our table was reserved for 4:30pm so I wasn’t sure how fresh the food would be but needn’t have worried.

“Everything was delicious and hot. I loved the parsnips and the great Yorkshire pudding. I also like gravy so I was delighted that you also get something extra in a small jar.

“We both had desserts, crumble and bread and butter pudding, again both very tasty. We look forward to coming back.”

Alma Tavern – 74 Droitwich Rd, Worcester WR3 7HT

The Alma Tavern

Alma Tavern has received plenty of praise for its takeaway roasts during lockdown.

Reviews said the take-out roasts were “delicious” and the portions “generous.”

One review said: “We ordered two roast beef dinners and one roast chicken dinner to take away and eat at home.

“Absolutely delicious and generous portions. Will definitely eat there again. Friendly staff and very welcoming.”

Another review echoed comments about “friendly staff” and said the pub even prepared a small roast dinner for their dog when they visited.

The Anchor Pub & Kitchen – 54 Diglis Rd, Worcester WR5 3BW

The Anchor Pub & Kitchen

This canalside pub received an amazing review from someone visiting Worcester from Essex.

The reviewer described her meal as “a plate of loveliness” and couldn’t find a single flaw in her experience.

The review states: ‘I can honestly say this is the best roast I have ever eaten in a pub restaurant.

“I can only describe the beef, Yorkshire pudding, roast and mashed potatoes, roasted parsnips, cauliflower cheese, choice of vegetables and delicious gravy as a plate of loveliness.

“Only one negative I can think of – Worcester is a three and a half hour drive from my home. Lovely friendly staff put the finishing touches, hope to see you again next year.”


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