Be The Change, Bake A Difference
Welcome to Be The Change, the centre of Worcester’s vegan revolution! We’re passionate about making delicious plant-based food & drink that’s exciting & accessible & have been bringing it to the lovely people of Worcester & beyond since 2018.
We operate from 2 premises in the heart of Worcester; our fabulous new restaurant, on historic New Street, and our dedicated bakery/cafe in the busy Cornmarket square.
As well as sit-in dining, we currently also offer takeaway food and drink, cakes made to order, sweet treats by post and bespoke catering! Get in touch through our website now!
We work hard to make our menu as exciting & diverse as possible to show that compassionate food & drink choices can be ‘normal’! We have an ever-changing range of special dishes, however take a look at our menus below to see our fixed offering at Be The Change: New Street.
Light savoury offerings are available at Be The Change: Bake A Difference in the Cornmarket; these change every day, so pop in or get in touch with the team to find out today’s offering.
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