Life is as sweet as honey here at London pub restaurant The Beehive. Centrally located, this hostelry lays claim to being one of the city’s oldest pubs, having been established in 1884. With a desire to extend to guests the kind of warm welcome which would have been forthcoming all those years ago, the team at The Beehive today go above and beyond to provide busy Londoners with a place where they can feel at home an enjoy a peaceful, comfortable meal away from the rat race. The typical public house exterior of The Beehive, lined with its parasol-ed picnic benches, leads to a room in many ways unchanged over the years - indeed a huge Victorian dark wood bar remains, still serving a wide variety of lagers and real ales as well as excellent wines to complement the food menu. Described as ‘gastropub’, The Beehive’s menu provides much more than the average pub with passion and talent put to use in the kitchen, resulting in a choice of high quality dishes.
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The Beehive Pub
126 Crawford StreetMaryleboneLondonW1U 6BF
- Public transport:
- Baker Street, Underground
Yummy food in this nice pub.
If you fancy grabbing a bite, it is well worth it. However you should reserve a table especially in the evenings.more
Good old English pub. Been here a couple of times after work? Each time been able to grab a table of which, there are a reasonable amount to choose from.
Service is good, if not a little abrupt. Would probably not go here again, if I wanted eat. Selected chorizo and bread with chips, just to keep the alcohol munchies at bay. What came were tiny pieces of fried chorizo with very oily deep...more
Came hear for sunday dinner and was not disappointed. They had a nice sunday roast with many options, I chose the baby chicken. Everything was seasoned well and came out hot. My wife had the fish and chips which was tasty as well. The service was very good and the atmosphere was fun. I'd definitely go back for a pint or some food.more
Another pub we tried on our Sunday afternoon 'quiet drink' catch up, this place was well located off baker St and seemed busy despite the post Sunday roast rush. Good sign to have people inside after food so we checked it out.
Good atmosphere, very chilled. We had couple pub snacks, I would recommend the paprika wedges, they come with cheese on and are a good size portion and wedge size -...more