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The Honeybee Pub and Restaurant

The Honeybee Pub and Restaurant
Tel: 01299 851620

This was the consequence of a lunchtime outing with my youngest daughter and my aged aunt that we were visiting in Stourport on Severn. As a treat I had offered to take us all out for lunch, my Aunt had suggested ‘The Honeybee’ where she had been on a number of occasions.

The Honeybee is situated off the main Worcester Road from Stourport in a tiny rural area called Doverdale. My aunt was navigating and we got a little lost on one occasion where we ended up at a dead end at the end of a farm track. We managed to turn about and eventually came across the pub.

It is a pub that is themed on bee-keeping and honey production. Working beehives and a children’s play-area containing an enormous beehive plaything surrounds the pub. Inside the honey theme continues with video surveillance of the internals of a beehive being relayed to TV monitors inside the pub. There are also various exhibits relating to bees and honey and a working honey bottling shop that packages and sells the jars of honey in the pub. It wasn’t working the day we visited (a Sunday).

After settling down to our tables with a drink from the bar we chose our meals. There was a choice of specials from the blackboard or the normal offerings from the menu.

We chose the roast lunch, as it was a Sunday. I had lamb with roast potatoes, vegetables and mint sauce. Auntie had roast turkey with stuffing and Charlotte, my daughter, had chicken nuggets. The choice also included the other traditional roasts such as beef and pork and there was also a more extensive menu for anybody who didn’t want to opt for the traditional option.

The food was fine but not exceptional, the portions were decent served on large plates. We all enjoyed our meal and we decided to top it off with Christmas pudding (the visit was in December).

Overall, I would describe it as average pub food in a more interesting than average setting. Worth a ride out to perhaps.




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