Pasha is a highly-ranked South Asian outpost in the Worcester region, defending the honour of Indian cuisine by leading the charge in terms of spice mix strategy, by conducting careful culinary combat in the kitchen, pincer movements with traditional pickles, paratha, and Punjabi specialties, by triangulating the tandoor and coordinating the curries, and finally by waging war against way-too-high prices. Find Pasha holding court down St John’s in St John’s, near the post office.
The food was great at Pasha and the service was very good however we both found the restaurant to be rather cold and could have done with some heating on.
food and service first class.there offer of any two mains complete with drink for £9.50 looks excellent value (mon to thurs).The restaurant is beautifully furnished.We would definately go again
A bit busy so service a little slow but food good lovely big naan bread and not greasy, always have a nice meal, house wine nice
The magic of Pasha is not just in its menu. The first thing you will notice when you step inside Pasha’s lavishly appointed premises on Worcester’s St John’s is the standard of decor and service, from the wallpaper to the thick carpets, to the smiles on the faces of the servants to their steady hands when it comes to swooping boiling hot curries over your eager self and safely down onto the carefully laundered tablecloths, all without spilling a single drop on the top of your unprotected head.
The next thing you will notice is the food, but the first thing you will have to do it look at Pasha’s long, long menu. We recommend turning to Pasha’s signature dishes, all of them authoritative interpretations of classic Indian cuisine. Those in Worcester who like to escape the bad weather will probably dive into the magma-hot chicken badshahi or merchi, both with a three-chilli rating, which means very hot and both aromatic and deeply delicious. St John’s has never had it better, thanks to Pasha.