Nags Head

(walking distance about 1 mile)
19-21 Bank Street, Malvern WR14 2JG (01684) 574373

Opening Times: 11-11.15 Mon-Thu; 11-11.30 Fri & Sat; 12-11 Sun
Meal Times: 12-2.30,6.30- 8.30 Mon-Sat; 12-2.30,7- 8.30 Sun

Freehouse where the permanent beers, including those from the owner’s brewery St Georges in nearby Callow End, are joined by up to eight guests from all over the county plus two draught ciders.

The Fig Tree

(walking distance about 1.5 mile)
99b Church Street, Malvern, Worcs WR14 2AE 01684 569909

Opening Hours: Tuesday to Saturday 10.00 – 2.00 5.30 -last booking
Pre-Theatre and Dinner menu

Housed in a beautiful converted 19th century stables situated a mere 2 minute walk away from Malvern Theatres, the Fig Tree offers delicious lunches and pre-Theatre dining in addition to their main menu, and the split-level layout is flexible enough to maintain an air of intimacy. Great for outdoor dining warm nights.

La Muse Bouche

(walking distance about 1.5 mile)

The Cotford Hotel and L’amuse Bouche Restaurant, 51 Graham Road, Malvern, Worcestershire WR14 2HU (01684) 57 24 27

Two AA Rosettes awarded for Culinary excellence
Winner of the Best Restaurant category in the Visit Worcestershire Awards for Excellence 2016

Aiming to be recognised as the finest dining venue in the area, ‘L’amuse-Bouche Restaurant’ is a taste of French-style cuisine in a quaint English setting

The Terrace on the Hill

(walking distance about 1.5 mile)

Worcester Road, Malvern WR14 4QW (01684) 438130

Monday – Thursday 10-6:30pm Friday & Saturday 10-4
Friday & Saturday evenings -fine dining from 7.30pm

Terrace on the Hill is a café by day and for two nights a week transforms into a fine-dining restaurant serving fabulous food. Whatever time of day you arrive you will find great food – perhaps a tasty breakfast, light lunch, afternoon tea or the fabulous seven-course taster plates

Swan Inn

(walking distance about 2 mile)

Newland MALVERN WR13 5AY (01886) 832224

Opening Times: 12-11.30
Meal Times: Mon-Sat 12-2.30,6.30- 9; Sun 12-3,7- 9

Classic country pub dating from the 17thC just on the outskirts of Malvern and overlooking common land at the front. A hop bedecked open plan bar is complemented by a dining room with a large add-on conservatory complete with opening roof. To the rear is an enclosed garden, a large field and “The Shed” which is full of traditional pub games. Under common ownership with the nearby St George’s Brewery whose beers feature on the bar. The guest beers are sometimes served on gravity straight from the barrel from the “cellar” behind the bar.