Mon - Fri: 11:00 - 23:00
Sat & Sun: 08:00 - 23:00
Last Order: 10.30PM
HoneyBee BBQ and Grill is a modern casual western restaurant situated along Casuarina Road with an interior design of international theme would make so relaxing and sweet as honey dining experience, serving a variety of quality western foods paired and mixed with your choice of beer, wine and spirits.
I'm surprised how this cafe serves customers like you're in a fine dining restaurant. They have free flow tea / coffee but it was a hot day so I asked if I can have cold drinks instead. He courteously offered an alternative to serve their hot tea with ice and gave me packets of sugar. I seldom do reviews but I just couldn't help appreciating how the staff cheered me up with his service during my depressing lunch break. The burger was served with mashed insteas of fries upon my request. the burger was as good as a gourmet burger. The serving is generous. I was looking for a lite lunch but this one gave more than what I expected. the mashed potatoes was average but i liked how they sprinkled bacon bits to make it more interesting. Overall, this experience was a pleasant one and I would not hesitate to recommend this place to my friends
My niece is not the pickiest of eaters. She was looking forward to the butter and cheese spaghetti on the kids' menu but seriously became depressed upon taking the first bite. Us adults tried and we spat it out in horror -- the butter was absent and the cheese was nearly non-existant. We were eating mouthfuls of plasticky pasta not even boiled in salt water. The buffalo wings at level 1 simply tasted like spicy fried chicken wings, not buffalo wings. The ribs weren't even marinated and the sauce failed to cover up the bad texture . The oxtail soup tasted straight from beef broth powder with no depth at all. The blue cheese pork chop sauce was alright but the pork chop itself was rubbery. The black cod sauce was alright but has meagre portions for its price. The tea bag used was Lipton tea, which should not be used for a mid-sized family restaurants . minimally use Dilmah. The ambience is mixed with no set theme and is confusing. is it Korean or American? I couldn't even tell it's a new joint. Looks dated. There is also no aircon. overall it seemed that the restaurant was opened by a businessman with clearly no passion for food.