Ounce Bar & Kitchen
Welcome to Ounce Bar & Kitchen! Located in the space that was formerly The Marwood, our British inspired pub and restaurant serves up a whole host of delicious dishes we think you’ll just love.
Our venue is centered around succulent steaks, and you can order up your cut of choice by the ounce – hence our name. We serve these premium steaks with all the trimmings you could hope for and all our meat is butchered by us on site, because we’re passionate about quality here.
We also offer lunch deals from noon between Tuesday and Saturday and our Sunday roast is famous around Worcester for good reason. Everything here is locally sourced where possible, and while we love meat, vegetarians are more than catered for as well. You’ll find us along The Tything in Barbourne where our friendly team can’t wait to have you in!
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