Kids Eat Local: Worrell's Butcher Shop
Find out how kid-friendly Worrell's Butcher Shop in Malvern is.
Editor's Note: Kids Eat Local is a new feature that will run on Tuesdays, letting parents know how family-friendly restaurants are. Full restaurant reviews will still run Thursday afternoons.
Restaurant: Worrell's Butcher Shop
Is there a kid’s menu? No. Dietz and Watson deli meats and cheeses, sides of mac ‘n cheese, prepared soups and entrees like meatballs in sauce or chicken pot pie are available for take out.
How does the restaurant deal with food allergies? The prepared food is made there, so questions about specific ingredients or preparation can be answered. Labels on items like potato salad list the ingredients.
Is there a diaper changing station? No.
Are there public restrooms? No.
How difficult is it to maneuver a stroller through the dining area? The shop is take out only, but a stroller can fit in the compact space.
Is the restaurant so quiet that any childish outburst will draw attention or is there enough noise that a small cry is likely to go unnoticed? People will notice, but at a family-owned market, who cares?
Worrell’s Butcher Shop
111 West King Street, Malvern