Very recently me and my Mom took a trip into the beautiful city of Worcester for the day for a spot of lunch and a mooch around the shops. Although I live in the West Midlands, this was my first real visit to the historic hub and a chance for me to sample one of the gluten free restaurants in the area. My cousins had recommended Browns at the Quay as a great place to stop when on a girly day out and in need of a rest from carrying heavy shopping bags, so without hesitation we booked a table and headed down to the cosmopolitan water side restaurant to see what all the fuss was about.
The restaurant is in a fantastic location and would be a lovely place to visit on a sunny summer’s day to enjoy the views of the river over a glass of prosecco, although being a chilly spring day, we sat inside. We were given the daytime menu, which featured sharing platters, a selection of sandwiches, burgers and steaks to choose from, some of which could be made gluten free. Me and my Mom both opted for the same – grilled Moroccan chicken, served with roasted red pepper and tzatziki. Obviously being dairy free, I asked if I could have mine without the dip and on gluten free bread.
I have to admit, I was expecting a sandwich, but what came out was more like a club sandwich in that there were multiple slices of toasted bread together, alongside chips which were cooked to perfection and a nice portion of greenery. The chicken was absolutely delicious and coated in a spice that tasted much like turmeric, which blended in really nicely with the roast pepper and onion. Washed down with a lovely glass of prosecco and a good old chin wag, it was the perfect afternoon out and I’d highly recommend the place. The staff were really friendly, the restaurant was a great place to be wining and dining during both the daytime and the evening, and most of all, the food was top notch.