The GPS bought us to a stop outside some huge wooden doors, and nothing else. On further inspection we found a bell and keypad. You have to ring and await an answer. They gave us a code number to punch in and voila the doors opened. Quickly back in the car and through to park the car.
There is now more mystery. We are in a courtyard with many doors off it. None looking like the entrance to a restaurant. The best thing the hotel could do is make their signage more accurate. We found it in the end and my, are we pleased that we did.
We were warmly welcomed by the only waitress on duty, but she certainly knew her job. There was an air of calmness all around but do not get the idea that it was boring. Although the restaurant was not full there was enough patrons for her to manage.
There is only two choices for each stage of the meal. Luckily there was something that we liked. I cannot imagine what would happen if there was nothing you liked. I am allergic to shellfish so that ruled out a Starter. Although I have a feeling that a replacement would be rustled up if you wanted them to.
However, the rest of the meal was absolutely delicious. Fine dining at it's best. As it was our 50th Wedding Anniversary we pushed the boat out and had a bottle of Champagne. We plumped for the Raspberry Tartlet for dessert. It was the most amazing that we had ever eaten, and we live in France!
The restaurant takes some finding, but you will be in heaven when you do.
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