Method Coffee Roasters

Method Coffee Roasters
Cafe and coffee shop in Worcester
Arch 51, Cherry Tree Walk, Worcester, Worcestershire, WR1 3BH
Opening hours: 10:00 - 16:00 (Thu - Sun), closed (Mon - Wed)
 Vegetarian  Vegan  Gluten Free  Open Sunday

Perhaps the best coffee in Worcestershire? Silky smooth and a great roast!


Very tasty coffee along with fresh cinnamon buns


Alongside a fab range of cakes, croissants & pastries you’ll find superb sourdough toasties and perhaps the best coffee in Worcestershire!


Americano (£2.90), cappuccino (£3.40), flat white (£3.30), tea (£2.60), pastries/cakes (£3), toasted sandwiches (£6), Portuguese custard tarts (£1.50), sourdough toast (£3.20), ‘toast 51’ veggie toastie (£5.80), ham & cheese sourdough toast (£7.30), cakes (from £3.00)


The outdoor seating makes keeping an eye on your bike easy, if sitting indoors there's bike racks over the road at the Worcester University building


A reasonable amount of space both indoors and out. No bookings taken but service is quick so if a very large group we’d recommend taking out and enjoying nearby… The coffee is well worth it!


Located in the heart of Worcester under a railway arch, it makes an ideal stop off when cycling through the city

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Amazing coffee, how do they do it? (They roast their own coffee that’s how!). Situated under arch 51 of the railway viaduct in the city of Worcester and just a stones throw from its bustling High Street.

Inside you’ll find a great selection of cakes, pastries and savoury lunch options including their famous sourdough toast with various toppings. Do try their ‘Toast 51’ which features oven roasted cherry tomatoes, raw basil pesto & rocket or their ham & cheesy version with ham Tuscan ham from Hay-on-Wye and creamy fior de latte.

There’s a hipster vibe inside and speedy service. You’ll find plenty of outdoor seating where you can keep a lookout on your bikes, in addition to seating inside under the railway arches themselves!

The coffee are their own roasts and one of our favourites with many nearby cafes using their beans too. Food reasonably priced and you’ll always find their tasty pastél de nata (Portuguese custard tarts) at £1.50 each.

As for those with a sweet tooth cakes vary by the day and on our last summer visit included banana bread, cruffins, almond croissants, Welsh cakes, pastéls de nata, brownies and an awesome carrot cake (pictured and very tasty!).

For those looking to lock their bike there’s racking opposite at the Worcester University building.

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