We were staying at the nearby Ibis for a Sunday night in July and knowing that not many restaurants are open on a Sunday I had researched one that was and discovered the Chateau Bourgogne. we had one of the set menus of a starter (entree) main dish and then cheese and dessert. Nothing unusual here I hear you cry... Well think again. After an amuse bouche of gazpacho we both had a rabbit terrine, which was delicious with just the right flavour of tarragon setting it off. Our mains were delicious too - chicken and fish. But it is the final two courses that that make this restaurant worth the visit the cheese and dessert. The cheese board would be better described as a cheese wagon wheel, a giant platter stretching more than a metre across and featuring a wide variety of locally produced cheeses. The waiting staff make recommendation and then you choose what you want to try - SCRUMPTIOUS.
And after cheese the expert waiting staff wheel on the dessert trolley and what a trolley it is! From macaroons to delicate white chocolate meringues the trolley has something for everyone even fresh fruit salad, all prepared by the restaurant's pastry chef. You can have as much as you like and we both tucked into plates of heaven, the only problem is we could haveveaten seconds.
Don't let the fact that it's in a chain hotel put you off this restaurant is fab.
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