Although the staff were generally poite and welcoming, there were worrying signs of sloppiness which were confirmed when the waitress dropped the bread basket at dinner but served the bread anyway!
The room was just about up to standard but badly soundproofed and there was blood on a window frame where somebody had bumped their head but no one had cleaned it and the bath-room came out of another era, cracked, chipped, peeling and impractical.
The posters and certificates on the walls all date to the early 90s and that was where the food was firmly fixed. A filet of local trout was cerved 'en feuillete' complete with bones, fins, bits of red pepper, fennel, a mush of courgette and carrot, a 'rosti' of burnt mediterranean vegetables and a seafood risotto that had odd black bits in it. The liver pate appeared to have been bulked up with bread, or something of the same colour and consistency.
The wine list was good and a St NIcolas de Bourgeuil was mercifully served at cellar temperature and not iced as so many people do so modishly.
The breakfast was fine - and worth the 6 Euros
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