Reviews on Deli food in Worcester, England, United Kingdom. Worcester (/ˈwʊstər/ ( listen) WUUS-tər) is a city in Worcestershire, England, 31 miles (50 km) southwest of Birmingham and 27 miles (43 km) north of Gloucester. The population is approximately 100,000. The River Severn flanks the western side of the city centre, which is overlooked by the 12th century Worcester Cathedral.
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4 based on 252 reviews
We are an independent, family run cafÃ© - deli situated in historic Friar Street Worcester. Our fully licensed CafÃ© serves a great breakfast & a diverse lunch and we occasionally host our popular supper evenings. In our shop and deli we sell a range of art
I'd read excellent reviews and saw the interesting menu. Unfortunately I was disappointed with my bacon and brie tart. There was a lack of flavour and the bacon was hidden (well almost invisible). The accompanying new potatoes and salad were good. Good americano coffee served as an espresso in a cup with a small jug of hot water and a small bottle of hot milk.
5 based on 109 reviews
Relaxed coffee boutique, serving generous breakfasts, pancakes, a selection of homemade cakes, good coffee, sandwiches, light lunch, salads. Decor is modern with classic woods, creating a pleasant atmosphere
Great Little independent Coffee shop with great food whether itâs Breakfast Brunch or LunchGreat coffee for a good start to the day with great Food options and a great PriceStaff are Friendly and Will always accommodate us whether there two or more of usGreat start to the day with Poached Eggs on sourdough with advocado and vine tomatoes or French ToastAlways Busy but worth the wait every time Iâm busyPeriods
4 based on 62 reviews
A picnic-inspired cafÃ©-deli brought to you by the team behind The Handmade Scotch Egg Company
So - a typically damp, cold Saturday afternoon in Worcester and my wife and I desperately want lunch to warm us up..... so we popped into the Scotch Egg Shop in Friar Street and found `heaven`..!Staff were friendly, encouraging and so helpful and we chose soup of the day (pea) with warm sausage roll or a Scotch Egg. Taking our seats upstairs we joined a lovely family group whose banter and laughter made the architecturally fascinating room a further welcome. (This is a delightful timber framed building complete with wall paintings - worth a look anyway!)The waitress served us within minutes and the food was delicious, nourishing and so clearly home-made with the soup thick and filling. Cannot fault anything - from welcome through service to food and cheerful goodbye this is a real gem and NOT A CHAIN!!! In a city where increasingly the chains are taking over this experience is one to seek out, try, savour and return to... congratulations!!!!Hi Malcolm,Wow - kind words indeed! Thank you so much for taking the time to write us such a lovely review. I have shared this with the team and we are all chuffed to bits with your feedback. It was a pleasure to serve you both and weâll do our best to keep up the good work on future visits! Many thanks,Lin S
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