That remarkable little Worcestershire Town -
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A walk around the town centre gives a wide range of restaurants, tea rooms and establishments which provide refreshments.
In Church Green East, close to the junction with Easemore Road and opposite our historic Bandstand and Fountain is Café Mambo which is an independent, continental style cafe bar, music venue and social hub and the Black Tap Brew Pub with their own micro brewery..
Close by, at the end of Church Green West ('The Parade') is the Red Chamber Chinese restaurant. This has an excellent value for money buffet.
Crossing the town and walking towards the Palace Theatre in Alcester Street to the left are a number of bars offering a wide range of food and alcoholic and non-
Close to the Palace Theatre is Rilys, an award winning Indian restaurant and in Stranz Square, immediately outside the Town Hall is Stranz Square Café, which offers a wide range of light refreshments.
Entering the Kingfisher Centre gives access to a wide range of eating establishments ranging from refreshments to full meals. These include famous names such as Drucker's, Costa Coffee, M&S, Café Nero, Patisserie Valerie, Debenhams, Ed’s Easy Diner,Muffin Break etc.
At the Western end of the Kingfisher Centre is ‘The Hub’ which has additional evening opening and parking. Here you will find Nando’s, Tinseltown, The Real China and soon, Prezzo. The Hub also has the Vue Cinema and Pure Gym.
Within the town centre there is something to satisfy all tastes.
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