This was described previously as the best of a bad bunch - I just think it's bad. We suffered two meals here with friends. First a brunch involving omelettes that had been cooked previously, certainly not that day, and then warmed with whatever filling you required. Inedible rubbish and if you can't cook fresh omelettes you should not call yourself a restaurant. Dinner was the second experience and equally as bad. Dishes included slimy funny tasting salmon tartare and a crab that was older and dryer than the omelettes. Second course was a piece of pork that must have been sliced with a razor blade and amounted to about two mouthfuls. Nasty frozen chips and lacklustre salad completed this dismal experience. Overall I thought the Mont St Michel with its nasty overpriced gift shops, thousands of people, terrible restaurants, miserable hotels and surly staff was worth avoiding. It is a great spectacle but don't stay and don't eat.
- Also Known As:
- Du Guesclin Hotel