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For a unique dining experience in Bromsgrove, try On the Rocks on Worcester Road. A stone’s throw from Sanders Park, this fun, family-friendly steakhouse effortlessly mixes primordial instincts and refined tastes. Find your inner caveman and sizzle amazing meat, seafood and vegetables to your exact liking on a hot volcanic stone right at your table. In addition, enjoy some elegant offerings for an entree or dessert, like fresh whitebait with lemon or a cracking creme brulee.
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Came in for girlfriends birthday, absolutely fantastic service and food. The kind of rare place that you leave feeling really content.
Amazing food and really helpful staff. Couldn’t ask for better
Easy to find - on Worcester Road in central Bromsgrove, just off the main road from Worcester to Birmingham - On the Rocks has proven to be a lot harder to leave. With oodles of cheer from the helpful staff, long communal wooden tables or intimate spots for couples, it boasts a very welcoming, homely atmosphere. Once cosied in, you’re ready for the main event. On the Rocks believes that the best food and the healthiest food are often the same thing. At their unique steakhouse right beside Sanders Park, food is cooked right in front of you on scorching hot volcanic rocks.
This eliminates the need for frying oils or fats, as the age-old stone technique seals in all the best, juiciest and tastiest elements of the meat and seafood. Sear a beautiful 21-day-aged fillet steak, exactly to your liking, under the helpful eye of attentive staff, sizzle some fresh scallops, or go veggie without missing out on the fun by grilling tasty halloumi and tender Mediterranean vegetables on the stone. This Bromsgrove steakhouse with a twist provides all the trimmings and succulent sauces to bring these meals to their full crescendo, so all you need to do is enjoy what you, nature, local produce suppliers, and On the Rocks in Sanders Park have created.