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The Chequers at Cutnall Green

Cutnall Green · European, British · ££££
110 Reviews

About The Chequers at Cutnall Green

Few things are as celebrated in the British culinary tradition as the humble country pub, but the quality can often be variable. At The Chequers, they offer a take on the national cuisine that is a cut above the norm, with a menu designed to take in the best that the ingredients of the nation have to offer, like Cornish plaice and lamb, Aubrey Allen beef and the iconic full English breakfasts. Take a trip to The Chequers – along Kidderminster Road in Cutnall Green on the outskirts of Worcester – for a superlative British pub experience.

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The Chequers at Cutnall Green
Cutnall Green, Kidderminster Road, Cutnall Green
Worcester WR9 0PJ

Opening Times

Open now - Closes at 11:00 pm
12:00 pm - 11:00 pm
12:00 pm - 11:00 pm
12:00 pm - 11:00 pm
12:00 pm - 11:00 pm
12:00 pm - 11:00 pm
9:00 am - 11:00 pm
9:00 am - 10:30 pm

Chef's Choice



Farmhouse Confit Duck

Rillette, Wye Valley rhubarb compote and sourdough bread.

Asparagus and Whipped Goat's Cheese

With beetroot relish, candied pecans and watercress.

Griddled King Prawns

Moroccan spiced rubbed with pomegranate, watermelon and crumbled feta salad.


Carved Ham

Fried eggs free range, tomato and skinny fries.

Grilled Cornish Plaice Fillets

With prawns, tender stem broccoli, lemon crushed potatoes, shellfish bisque.

Sirloin Steak

'Aubrey Allen' char grilled, mushrooms, beer battered onion rings, wild watercress and chips.
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Further Information

The British pub tradition is one that endures into the modern era, and at The Chequers on Kidderminster Road in Cutnall Green, they are keeping that tradition alive in style. Home to Roger Norbett, the former England national football team chef, but that is where the tradition of failure ends: their menu is a complete success, filled with British favourites that draw in diners from Worcester, Droitwich and beyond to this rural setting. In fact, when you’re in Cutnall Green, you can enjoy the delights of the village with historic houses, antiquing opportunities and plenty of walking trails.

If you arrive at The Chequers on Kidderminster Road early, you can sample the finer points of the great British breakfast – bacon, sausage, egg, beans, mushroom, tomatoes and hash browns – and if you get there for lunch, you can enjoy their sandwiches, pub lunch classics and stonebaked pizzas. Add to this a full evening menu, a bar stocked with superb wines and traditional cask ales and you’re well on your way to a great British night out. Book your table at The Chequers in Cutnall Green and make the journey in from Worcester, Droitwich or further afield for a superb meal. In fact, don’t just take our word for it: they’re listed in the AA Guide to the Best Pubs & Inns and Michelin’s Eating Out in Pubs Guide, so you know they’re top quality.

110 The Chequers at Cutnall Green Reviews

Arnold E.a day ago · 2 reviews

Great place - lovely environment, always beautifully presented. Friendly welcome is assured if it's from Roger or any of the team. Food is excellent - best place for a weekend breakfast - with the added bonus of being dog friendly.

sonia d.2 days ago · 1 review

We visited the Chequers at Cutnall Green today to celebrate a friends birthday. 5 in total. We were very pleased with the welcome and service on arrival. There is a very comprehensive menu along with an interesting special's board. The food was extremely good and well presented. We all had two courses plus liqueur coffees. We could not fault anything and would highly recommend that you try this venue.

Mark H.4 days ago · 1 review

Great food, friendly staff and very pleasant surroundings. I visit here regularly with both clients and also with my family. Excellent value. This visit was with my wife for our anniversary.

Jayne W.5 days ago · 3 reviews

Have been past this restaurant many times and never visited - we will not be making this mistake again! Wonderful food and excellent service. A lovely relaxed atmosphere. A truly enjoyable experience!

Shirley C.a year ago · 1 review

We took my mother-in-law to the Chequers for the first time for her birthday on a busy Saturday evening. The service was very good and the food was excellent. I had the seabass which was delicious. My husband and I have been to the Chequers a couple of times now and have found the food to be extremely good. I usually chose the fish as it is excellent. The only point is that it is really necessary to book a table before your visit as it is always busy - a good sign!

Jan A.a year ago · 1 review

We booked a table for four people on the occasion of my partner's birthday. We were made comfortable in the lounge area before being called through to our table. Between the four of us we ordered a variety of meals - two courses each. What a delicious meal we had! The service was excellent too. The Chequers is always our first choice for special occasions and it never disappoints - than you!

Abi J.5 months ago · 1 review

Fantastic environment and great food. I worked at the chequers when I was 14, one of my first jobs I think, and when I walked in a barely recognised the place, its trendy and upmarket yet still has the feeling of a country pub. Food is equisite, a real explosion of flavour. My only suggestion would be complimentary bread and oils before starters and not as an optional starter

keith b.2 months ago · 1 review

eaten here many times over the years, service excellent as usual, starters very good, main courses, a bit of a let down, tough and stringy meat, probably just a bad day. did have free sweet, nice gesture but rather pay and have a decent main course. We are not the type of people who complain, believing that the chef should be able to produce a quality meal. My pie of the day was stringy beef and dry. So the experience was not the greatest, although the service was friendly and competent. we will return, as everybody has an off day.

Paul K.a year ago · 1 review

Comfortable, quiet surroundings in the main restaurant. Extensive menu for a lunchtime meal. Some expensive dishes on offer but plenty of choice at reasonable prices. Both my colleague and I chose the same starter and main course - home made soup followed by the pie of the day which was chicken, ham hock and leek. Very good portion sizes and beautifully cooked and presented. We went away full but not over faced. I will definitely eat there again.

Kim C.a year ago · 1 review

Lovely atmosphere but even lovelier Calves Liver which was absolutely delicious, so rare to see it on a menu and I cant resist having it when I go to the Chequers or the Bell and Cross. The gravy is to die for. My other half had the Ham and Pea pie which was fabulous too. We are visiting again very soon. Great service too.

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