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Golden Bee serves a menu as proudly pubby as its Victorian English décor. Rarely fixing what isn’t broken, it sticks to tradition with a repertoire of old favorites: Oysters on the half shell, shepherd’s pie and cottage pie, fish or shrimp and chips, bangers and mash, roast beef and ploughman’s platters are all gold standards. Wash down the grub with an array of English ales by the stein, pint, half-yard or yard; a selection of Scotch is also par for the course. For dessert, try one of the pub-influenced sweets, like cheddar-and-apple crumble à la mode or beer-battered pound cake with two-fruit filling.
The menu at The Golden Bee features traditional pub fare, with a gourmet twist. Soups, sandwiches and salads are available for those looking for something lighter, and English specialties such as shepherd’s pie, chicken pot pie, and fish and chips offer heartier options.