In or around Windlesham and wanting a fine example of classic British pubbing? You’re in luck. Ladies and gents, look no further than The Bee Pub. On School Road of this quaint Surrey village – in between Bracknell and Woking – The Bee is as traditional and as English as it comes. Good food and good beer are standard, of course, and the setting is perfect regardless of what the weather decides it’s doing. Sit indoors or out and enjoy a menu packed full of all the pub classics: bangers and mash, breast of duck, steak and ale pie, cod, roast beef, and plenty from the grill. Stop by this gem of Windlesham and fill your boots.
Great service and very friendly staff. The Food was outstanding. Cosy pub not too big and very comfortable. Definitely recommend and will be going back again. Reasonably priced as well.
Excellent food and service as usual. Interestingly the reservation made via Quandoo wasn't in the diary although this did not cause a problem; probably a phone call next time.
One of my absolute favourite pub restaurants. welcoming, great food, great service and great value - and the best pint for miles around! I'm always reluctant to leave and look forward to returning.
Lovely restaurant, and staff were very good even though the poor waitress was on her own and rushed off her feet (Thursday night). Great food, will be back again.
Having chosen a lunch hour to allow us to visit a local garden centre first, we were foiled by roadworks and decided to arrive 30mins earlier than our booked time. We received a smiling and warm welcome and little was made of our problem. We were given a table immediately, even though the restaurant rapidly filled. A delicious bottle of white wine was immediately requested and served whilst we chose our meal from an enticing menu and bottle of red from a well-chosen wine list. The food was excellent, (and the wine!), and the service delightful. decor and ambiance were very pleasing and this is definitely on for a return visit.
Welcomed as soon as we arrived and confirmed booking ,shown to our table and given menus. This was followed by drinks order. When we were ready our food order was taken. Starters arrived and were excellent. There was no feeling of being rushed and after a suitable interval the main courses were served. Food was hot, well presented and excellent -portions very good. Deserts and coffee followed and again were excellent. Would definitely go the Bee again Overall probably one of the best restaurant experiences.
We thoroughly enjoyed our food and the service was very good. We were a little bit disappointed that there was no soup of the day even though it was on the menu and we felt that the choice of starters could be improved. I would have liked there to have been a lighter choice such as a salad or the half pint of prawns that were once on the list. The only other improvement would be some lovely artisan bread. These are however minor points as we had a lovely evening.
Best Sunday roast I've ever eaten out!! I had the fishcakes to start which were really tasty. Then roast pork which was delicious with perfect toasties and Yorkshire pud and the veg was spot on. The others I was with also said it was the best roast they'd had in ages. Lovely pub and we'll presented dining room with proper serviettes! Staff were friendly and polite. Will definitely have to return.
The service was great, very accommodating to your needs and didn't want for nothing. I had steak on the stone which is by far the best fillet steak i've ever had. You need to have this if you visit here. The only disappointment we had was when the bill came - we were charged 90p for each soda water we ordered, just water nothing mixed with it. Thought this was outrageous. Alot of the places i visit do not charge.
The staff were friendly and helpful but the food was substandard. We paid £75 for 2 adults and 2 small children (without desserts but with drinks) so expected good quality food for that price. The portions were small and low quality food. The kids fish fingers were brown inside and looked deep-fried (along with chips), the chicken in the chicken burger was small and plastic-looking, the cod was small but with large portion of chips (would have expected the other way round), potato skins were small and burnt. Sauces were served in sachets, not in pots. On the plus side, the food was hot. We won't eat there again but it's a nice setting for a drink on a hot day (in the beer garden) and has a play area for kids.