The Old Rectifying House
The Old Rectifying House Restaurant and Lounge Bar in Worcester city centre is a stylish venue for both lunch and evening meals – with a constantly changing menu it provides a tremendous level of service for the discerning customer.
Known locally as the Old Rec – the restaurant is a vibrant and modern venue which attracts people of all ages and tastes. All the food is prepared on the premises and only local produce is used whenever possible.
Generations of visitors have been intrigued as to the origin of its name. It comes simply from the fact that the rear of the building was part of the distillery, and refers to the rectifying of spirits. The main part of the distillery was across the river at the bottom of Tybridge Street. It was owned by John Williams, and in the 18th century was one of the most important in the Midlands.
Restaurant Detail: The Old Rectifying House
|Address||North Parade, Worcester WR1 3NN|
|Opening times||Tuesday-Friday 12-3pm and 6-9.30pm; Saturday 12-9.30pm; Sunday 12-5pm|
|Price range / Average price||£12-£16|
|Gastro Card offer||10% off Food Bill Tuesday-Thursday|
|Vegetarian?||Yes - Separate Menu|
|Number of covers?||50|
|Service Charge?||Not included – discretionary|
|Credit cards accepted||All except Diners Club|
|Outside eating area?||Yes|
|Dress code?||Smart casual|
|Themed events?||Yes - see website|
|Take away Service?||No|