Food & Drink

MeatVegDessertCheeseFruitWineThere are many excellent hotels, restaurants, cafes, pubs and inns throughout the Malverns offering food and drink in many styles and price ranges. You can search for them using our Restaurant/Pub Finder.

As this is a sector of the economy with a significant rate of change, maintaining an up-to-date, accurate and comprehensive database of what is on offer represents a challenge.

The information accessible from this page pulls together the most useful information sources that are currently available.

If you can't find the information you need online, please contact one of our Tourist Information Centres for further details.

Around Malvern

List of places to eat around the Malvern Hills
Map of places to eat in Great Malvern and surrounding areas (pdf)

"Eating Out in Malvern" website

List of pubs and hotel bars around the Malvern Hills
(interactive maps © CAMRA of Worcestershire & Herefordshire pubs)
Map of pubs and hotel bars in Great Malvern and surrounding areas (pdf)
Food producers around the Malvern Hills

Around Upton upon Severn

List of places to eat and drink in Upton upon Severn and Surroundings

Around Tenbury Wells

List of places to eat around Tenbury Wells
For more information visit Tenbury Wells Visitor Guide

Useful external links to eating and drinking related sites

(n.b. provided for information only - accuracy cannot be guaranteed):

Malvern

Places to eat in Malvern from yell.com
Pubs in and around Malvern from PubsGalore

Upton upon Severn

Upton upon Severn town guide
Places to eat in Upton upon Severn from yell.com
Pubs in and around Upton upon Severn from PubsGalore

Tenbury Wells

Places to eat in Tenbury Wells from yell.com
Pubs in and around Tenbury Wells from PubsGalore

Other villages

For Pubs in Abberley, Callow End, Clifton-on-Teme, Kempsey, Lulsley, Lower Broadheath, Powick and Suckley try PubsGalore

Other information

Food hygiene inspection ratings from scoresonthedoors.org.uk
Worcestershire Farmers Markets
Pub and beer information from Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) Worcester Branch

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