The British country pub is an age-old tradition, and in Ombersley, they have an example of the genre that has stood for over 500 years. The Kings Arms on the Main Road through the village – which lies on the outskirts of Droitwich – was built in the 15th century and boasts the black and white timber framing of a Tudor building, and their menu is similarly classic. British favourites dominate, with pub grub, steaks and pies and a superb Sunday lunch, as well as cask ales and a full wine list. Book a table now.
Ombersley has stood on the outskirts of Droitwich Spa since the 7th century, and on the main street in the heart of the village, one can find a venue that has a similarly historic station. The Kings Arms stands in a building that has lasted since the 1400s, and they pride themselves on providing an establishment befitting the longevity of the pub. Their menu is filled with British classics, and the bar stocked with traditional ales, so make the move to The Kings Arms and try them out.
The Kings Arms in Ombersley has stood the test of time, so it is appropriate that the recipes found there have as well. British traditional favourites such as liver and onions, Gressingham duck, roast pigeon and a rotating selection of pies are joined on the menu next to more modern offerings such as tandoori chicken skewers, Moroccan-style vegetable tagine and barbecued pulled pork. Book a table at The Kings Arms on Main Street in Ombersley, just a short drive from both Droitwich and Worcester to enjoy their food and atmosphere for yourself.
Excellent. An extensive and varied menu, fast service, friendly and helpful staff and delicious food. Thank you! We are looking forward to visiting again soon.
Very tasty food and service was very good despite the place being busy. Highly recommended.
Nice food and friendly staff. It was a busy, warm bank holiday Sunday and the place was crowded. Nevertheless, we were served promptly and did not feel hurried.