Visited with gourmand friends. If you want solid French bourgeois food, look no further. Although the dining room lacks a bit of atmosphere, this is more than compensated for by the restaurant always being full of (mostly) local French people and hôtel guests. There are several menus ranging from 12 euros (lunchtime during the week) and 17 euros up to 38 euros. Their signature dish is Agneau en Croûte (lamb and mushroom pie -don't eat lunch beforehand!) but you won't be disappointed whatever you order. For the wine-lovers, however, la carte des vins is a real delight as well as the best value around. The stars are mostly from Languedoc-Roussillon; try the Château Ollieux 2009 (Corbières) or the Château Sainte Eulalie, La Cantilène (Minervois La Livinière ), 2010 for size! A previous reviewer complained about the staff favoring locals, but I've seen no evidence of this.
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