Went here for dinner on a trip to Champagne last week. It is really a classic posh french restaurant which for me, all too often, means high prices, average service and mediocre food.
Good points - it has a great wine list. We had a bottle of Doyard Blanc de Blancs and a 2005 Fugue de Nenin, the second wine from Ch. Nenin. Both were superb.
Bad points - it would have been nice if the champagne flutes weren't chipped and I had to call the waitress over to ask the sommelier to refill our glasses. Why he couldn't have left the bottle on the table is beyond me!
The food was good but not historic, we had the menu at 44euros which included Cote du boeuf, which I asked for, 'a point'. It was overcooked and the potato Dauphinoise was cold. In all it cost us 200 euros which is a lot of money.
My summary is it is ok but no more. Expectations are bound to be high when you spend 200 euros and it simply didn't deliver.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- At the heart of the Champenois vineyard, a charming hostelery in a delightful little village, at the foot in the Mont Aime.Christine et Jean Sciancalepore offer cosiness and comfort allied to good food : 43 pretty rooms overlooking the terrases or gardens, an elegant dining-room decorated with floxers end its Atrium, original recipes, continental breakfast served in an attrative setting by the edge of the swimming-pool, sauna... ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hostellerie Du Mont-Aime Hotel Bergeres-Les-Vertus