Eating Out

Eating Out

There are many local pubs and restaurants to visit; those closest to us are listed below:

  • Admiral Rodney – local, free house situated on the loop of the Worcestershire Way offering fresh food, well-kept real ales and superb ciders.
  • Green Cow Kitchens, Whitbourne – An intimate restaurant using local, seasonal ingredients; open every Friday evening.
  • The Bell at Lower Broadheath, Martley Road, Worcester, WR2 6QG Tel 01905 640220
    Ian and Lyndsey serve home cooked food at wonderful prices: lunch and early evening menu as well as an a la carte menu.
  • The Fox & Hounds Lulsley – home cooked food in a country pub setting.
  • The Live and Let Live, Bringsty – 16th-century former cider house and the only thatched pub in Herefordshire offering fantastic views of Bringsty Common as well as great food.  Has a great selection of beers and always has the Butty Bach from the Wye Valley Brewery on tap as well as other guest beers.
  • The Live and Let Live, Whitbourne – newly refurbished village pub offering home cooked food and good ale – within walking distance from Huntlands Farm.
  • The Masons Arms, Wichenford serve home-made British classics with a European twist, including authentic tapas and homemade pizzas.
  • The Royal Oak, Broadwas – Broadwas, WR6 5NE  Tel 01886 821353
    Home of “The Ultimate Carvery”, 3 fresh local meats, 12 fresh vegetables, Homemade Yorkshire puddings, homemade stuffing, Garlic potatoes, cauliflower cheese finished with delicious meaty gravy.
  • The Royal Oak, Bromyard Downs – A traditional Tudor-built Freehouse and the only surviving Pub on Bromyard Downs – an area of around 260 acres with some beautiful walks and stunning scenery; all overlooking the quaint, market town of Bromyard.  They have separate gluten free and vegan menus.
  • The Talbot at Knightwick – home of The Teme Valley Brewery serving organic and locally produced food using traditional, seasonal and sometimes ancient recipes.  Always have This, That & T’Other from Teme Valley Brewery (their own microbrewery which uses locally grown hops), Hobsons Best Bitter and whatever Chris has brewed as the Teme Valley seasonal beer which can range from Blonde through to Porter or maybe a ‘one off’ such as Summer Nights.  They have been awarded a “Star” in the Best Beer section of the CAMRA guide.