This review is concerning the fine dining restaurant in the hotel, not the Winstub. We were recommended to dine here for a special occasion on the 24th August.We were a party of four and had high expectations and were sadly very disappointed in what appeared to be a meal of two halves. The amuse bouche and the bread were good, and the bread kept coming which was just as well as the courses were the smallest we have had anywhere. The fish course was minute; one tiny portion of fish; the courgette course half a small courgette, topped with a little goats cheese and 'some special white Italian ham', with watercress sauce poured all over it, but the worse was to come. We all had the rabbit, but he must have been in his burrow as we think it was only the courgette flower that contained a little minced rabbit, as there was no other evidence [or taste]. This was accompanied by a small disc of lobster, and in my case swamped with lobster sauce.The dinner was 84 euros, without the wine [expensive] or the water, 10 euros a bottle, and we failed to see how the hotel could justify the prices for the quality. I can only assume it was the chef’s night off.
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