this hotel restaurant has a good location opposite the beautiful theatre and very near the palace and so can probably count on putting bums on seats without having to worry about getting repeat visits. And this shows in the food, service and wine list, all of which were shoddy. The patronne boasted that the patron was a butcher but the meat we had (onglet and entrecôte) was ordinary. On the curiously short wine list with no bargains we chose a Mâcon rouge (usually a poor choice but this from a normally reputable merchant, Regnard); the vintage indicated on our list was 2008 but when the wine arrived it was a 2012; the waitress denied that I had read otherwise and left it at that! So, I am a liar, or visually impaired!! The wine was rustic to say the least. And this, from a restaurant named after the god of wine.
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