We used to dine here frequently. If offered good food for a fair price and a nice environment. The last few visits have been disappointments.
During our most recent visit, upon entering, the young hostess stared at us as if we came from another planet (we were used to the friendly greeting of the previous hostess). We stated our name and that we had made a reservation. No response..she apparently confirmed this in her computer and then started walking in the direction of the dining room - not a word said! I asked if we could sit in a particular place - no response. One of our dining companions had an alergy to oinions, which we pointed out to our silent host. Her main course was served full of onions! When we complained directly to the chef, he kindly agreed to replace the oversight.
Food was of a very basic level - something one could expect at a truckers restaurant, only much smaller portions. For example, the main course, lamb stew, was served with Flageolet (beans) which suspiciously look as they had came from a can. No potatoes, pasta, rice - just beans and stew (without potatoes). The beef I ordered was dry and full of tendon.
It is a pity that what once was a nice village restaurant has fallen from grace.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Charming hotel in the former (ancient) host house of the 19th century, encircled by a magnificent walled up Park. Rooms (chambers) are spacious, the cooking (kitchen) is greedy and the reception is there warm. ... more less