The Good News - La patronne makes great efforts to please and speaks English; the other staff are pleasant; the wine list is good. On the other hand . . . Brionne is a decent little town but not chic or classy. The hotel is on a busy roundabout used by trucks, among all other traffic, from daybreak; rooms facing the road can be noisy. Being charged 90 euros for an ordinary room that would cost 60 in similar places was exorbitant. The Michelin Guide stickers on the front door are no guarantee of a consistent standard. The "cheap" menu is 29 euros, the only others are 55-62 euros, a single main course is 35. The disappointments - a lobster assemblage in which the crustacean was overcooked (twice cooked?), tough and tasteless: rolls more carapaced than crusty: a pig's trotter converted into an egg-free Scotch egg: a vegetable melange containing a baby turnip which had barely time in the pot to get warm, never mind al dente. Some of the food was tasty, none of it worth what was charged. The Logis is much used by commercial travellers who get a better deal than the hapless tourist.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Right in the heart of Brionne, opposite an old roman church, the logis follows its pleasant life-style. An art in itself, which starts with an enticing table. Discover the elegance of a decidedly contemporary decor and the surprising inventions of the chef Alain Depoix who demands the best seasonal ingredients. His cooking has roots in regional cooking as well as modern french cuisine. 12 rooms fully equipped - lift ... more less
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