Here are some of Worcester’s quirkiest cafes

THE city has no shortage of excellent cafes and coffee shops to enjoy a hot drink and a cake.

Worcester even has several quirky cafes, including coffee boats, jungle-themed streamers, and 1930s railroad decor.

Now that Easter is right around the corner and the weather seems a little dull, we’ve compiled a list of some of Worcester’s quirkiest cafes.

Perfect for a rainy day but also ideal for a quick coffee break from the sun on a hot day.

Francini Coffee From Colombia

This city cafe has been dubbed a coffee lover’s dream and the quirky decor only makes the experience even better.

One diner said: “Lovely original coffee, had one of the best lattes I’ve had in ages! Great quality, great friendly service and the coffee certainly delivers.

“We also had olive bread with buffalo mozzarella and tomatoes…simply delicious! We will definitely be back.

Ditch those run-of-the-mill coffee chains and support this lovely family business, you won’t be disappointed. »

Papa’s Cafe

Papa’s cafe on New Street is a hidden gem in Worcester. Guests often leave singing his praises and hoping to return soon.

One customer said, “Nice atmosphere, good coffee, good prices, attentive staff. Modern look and comfortable seating. Nice cake too. Thank you very much. We will be back soon.”

While another said: “Went to the cafe for lunch during the very busy Christmas market, absolutely wonderful find.

A warm and welcoming atmosphere made the staff feel like part of a well-oiled machine.”

Centenary Fair

The Centenary Lounge features an original 1930s railroad interior and offers a glamorous atmosphere. Many diners have used this place to celebrate special occasions with their loved ones.

One customer said: “I visited Centenary Lounge for the first time and couldn’t fault the experience, it’s definitely a place to go and enjoy amazing food and drink.

“This was complemented by fantastic service from all staff who were never rushed and felt highly personalized.

“The food is truly fantastic and a cut above many other places in the area. Also for those who don’t drink, the mocktails are definitely worth trying.”

Coffee afloat

Cafe Afloat in Diglis is a cafe on a boat. Many cafe visitors have called the venue the perfect brunch spot.

One guest said, “Perfect setting. Very relaxed. Covered seating available. Great service and great bacon sandwiches for breakfast.”

Another restaurant said: “Great location for a relaxing Sunday brunch Tasty food with friendly efficient service Bold place to stop after a sunny walk by the Severn Thanks we will definitely be back.”

Richard Dement

The author Richard Dement