Without doubt, this was the most baffling experience I've ever had in an eating venue. It was also great fun. There is no conventional menu, where you choose a starter/main course/dessert. Instead, you have what I believe is called a 'taster' menu - several small portions of starters and desserts, with a main course and coffee, for a set price. If you eat with others, it's worth choosing as wide a range as you can - it won't be long before you're 'sampling'!
The food was excellent. Some examples - the main course was a beef casserole with couscous, and was very tender, starters included finely chopped beetroot with cream cheese, chopped tomato, mozzarella and fresh basil. There was also quiche as the main course, which was delicious. Desserts - raspberry mousse, which chocolate mousse.
Once we'd fathomed the system and made our choices, the meal was really very good. The food was very carefully prepared and extremely tasty.
The staff were mainly young and well trained. The young man who served us was a catering student and was keen to practise his English. He was exceptionally polite and attentive, and he made our lunch really special.
The location is really delightful. The whole chateau is well worth a visit. It's a real 'chateau fort', full of history, and the Apocalypse tapestry is a real must for history buffs.
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