Without any doubt, the Beehive was the culinary highlight of our week in and around London. By far.
We were seated right at the large window, with a beautiful view into the open landscape where the sun was just setting.
As in most Restaurants we had been to, the cuisine was traditional with some international touches. The difference was that they really prepare their food not only with care but with love, even a staple like fish & chips - I couldn't restrain myself from stealing my wife's fresh mashed peas and crisp chips, even though I had enough on my plate with my muntjak pie (for ignoramuses like myself: muntjak is a deer which accidentally immigrated from China about a century ago and, damaging as it is to the Berkshire forests, makes an amazing pie).
My vegetarian daughter enjoyed her October salad as well, and I finally reconciled with the fact that English draught beer is devoid of any carbon dioxide, which one could even consider a blessing in disguise as generous drawers can fill the tumblers to the brim, and fast.
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