Written on: 21/07/2008 by adamwest (7 reviews written)
Was probably the best restaurant in Worcester, without a doubt. The food was innovative, tasted excellent, was well presented and plenty of it. No namby pamby portions here, and everything was cooked fresh. Unfortunately, it's closed and going to be turned into flats. What is the world coming to, when a fine restaurant like this being is forced to close? The people of Worcester have lost a fine restaurant with a fine chef… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/12/2007 by FortRoyal1651 (1 review written)
I have been a regular diner at the Sauce Factory for several years now and just don't bother going anywhere else. The service and company is first class, the atmosphere spot on, the food incredible! What on earth we will do as and when David and Dimple have to close I don't know! I did suggest to David that he cooks me 50 shoulders of lamb to be frozen, but even then, without the unique experience that is the Sauce Factory, it just wouldn't be the same! All we can hope for is that the Thatchers… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/12/2007 by mrlifebuoy (2 reviews written)
I am a regular visitor to Worcester and I have nearly always eaten at the Sauce Factory and I have never been disappointed.
I find it such a shame that Worcester is loosing one of it's finest restaurant. I hope that the Chef remains in the city… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/12/2007 by adamwest (7 reviews written)
I have been frequenting the Sauce Factory now for a good few months and I am always amazed at the quality of the cuisine, the chef has with no surprise won an award for his culinary achievements. What a shame he will be closing soon. I for one will continue to be a regular there as long as they are still there… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/10/2007 by stuartwild (2 reviews written)
The best restaurant I have been to for ages and certainly the best food in Worcester… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/09/2007 by beaverbold (1 review written)
The food at The Little Sauce Factory in Worcester was just amazing! I had the lamb, and it just fell off the bone. It was beautiful! My girlfriend had chicken, and she loved it. We had starters as well, and they were also great. We should have saved room for dessert! We drank bottle of wine, beer and a vod-soda, and it all came to just over £50.
The service was relaxed but efficient, and the staff were very friendly and chatty, and they helped round off a great experience. They were very open… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/07/2007 by simonb6 (1 review written)
We visited this unique and charming restaurant for the first time, and we were made to feel extremely welcome. We will definitely go back to The Little Sauce factory in Worcester. We had a lovely evening!… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/06/2007 by belward (1 review written)
Excellent atmosphere. Can't fault the food, and the service at The Little Sauce factory in Worcester was excellent! Will be going back next week!!… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/06/2007 by FoodieBen (1 review written)
I'm new to Worcester, and found this restaurant through your review site.
I feel that this fantastic restaurant should have more exposure, The Chef is very entertaining and very skillful. The food is top notch and compares easily with London's best. It was a shame that when we were there on Friday it was only half full, with food of this quality it should be heaving. My wife and I will be returning soon with friends from London and they will be so envious. I will be recommending this little… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/05/2007 by adamwest (7 reviews written)
Got to be the best Sunday lunch ever! I would recommend The Little Sauce Factory in Worcester… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/05/2007 by srappy (1 review written)
The food is freshly cooked, and as it is an open kitchen, so you can see the chef at work. I ordered the dimple chicken, which was devoured in no time. The chicken had a real European flavour to it. The wine, which was recommended by the waiting staff, complemented the food.
The Little Sauce Factory in Worcester is without doubt the best restaurant in town!… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/05/2007 by adamwest (7 reviews written)
25th May 2007 - We have just booked a table for six at The Sauce Factory based on the information on the Review Centre web site. I will let you know tomorrow how the experience was.
Found your site very helpful. Well done!
Follow up Review (28th May 2007)...
I said I would write a review, and here it is. Thanks to this web site I was guided to The Little Sauce Factory. I read the other reviews, and I was a bit dubious. No restaurant could be that good! How wrong could I be?
We booked a… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/05/2007 by srap (1 review written)
The portions are generous to say the least. The wine, which was the choice of the waitress, complimented the Duck. The evening was everything I could have wished for. I wouldn't take my Princess any where else.
My wife chose the lamb, and as usual it was cooked to perfection. The great thing about The Little Sauce Factory in Worcester is the fact you can see it being cooked.
I've already booked my table for next month… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/05/2007 by Ish123 (6 reviews written)
Although I have reviewed The Little Sauce Factory for its normal al la carte menu, I thought it may be of interest to try their Sunday lunch, and what a joy it was!
They are open from 12:30 to 4:30 (last food orders). We arrived around 4pm, after shopping in town, and we were warmly greeted. The menu was explained to us by the chef himself. I chose the roast Sirloin of beef, my wife had the shoulder of lamb, and my son had the stuffed breast of chicken. After a 15 minute wait, the food arrived… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/05/2007 by Nigel Bolton (1 review written)
I have been going there since the restaurant opened. The food is excellent, and very well priced compared to the rest of Worcester. The quality is far superior to other establishments nearby, such as The Glass House and Benedicto's. I would particularly recommend trying the Tapas and Lamb dishes.
The Little Sauce factory in Worcester is an excellent restaurant, with a great atmosphere. The food is superb, and very good value for money!… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/05/2007 by Timchat (1 review written)
Very good and relaxed dining, with beautiful decor.
Staff at The Little Sauce Factory in Worcester were excellent, and the food was absolutely top notch… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/05/2007 by mrlifebuoy (2 reviews written)
I've been going to Worcester for many years, and I've eaten in many of Worcester's fine establishments. However the food at The Sauce Factory, to my mind, is superior.
Everything is cooked fresh to order in an open kitchen, so you can see what the Chef is doing.
I highly recommend this restaurant to anyone, either living in or thinking of visiting Worcester… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/05/2007 by Ish123 (6 reviews written)
I have been eating there for a few years now, and only once have I had an OK meal.
Normally the food is superb and served in generous portions. Another attraction is it has parking, and if you have too much to drink you are always invited to leave your car there.
The Little Sauce Factory in Worcester is well worth a visit. The Worcester News ran a review last year, and I quote, "The Sauce Factory Remains one of Worcesters finest restaurants"… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/05/2007 by chadjackson (1 review written)
I have eaten at many restaurants throughout Worcester, my favourite was always the Old Rectifying House. I was recommended by a colleague to try the Little Sauce Factory and I wasn't disappointed!! From the moment my wife and I entered the building we were made to feel very welcome by the chef/owner and his partner. After browsing through the menu at our leisure and placing our order, we sat at the bar area, chatting to the staff and some of the regulars before our food was ready. When the… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/11/2006 by Lucy Slater (1 review written)
I have dined extensively in Worcester, and I personally find the Old Rectifying House, Benedicto's and Brown's vastly superior in terms of service, atmosphere and overall satisfaction compared to The Little Sauce Factory… Read Full Review
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