I have noted some of the other reviewers have called this old fashion. I on the other hand, found this one of the few places on this trip where I felt I was in Burgundy. We arrived from Paris to Dijon on a train and...More
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We spent a night a Chez Jeannette at the start of a week long walking holiday in Burgundy. It is a small, traditional village hotel with basic accommodation. Everything worked and it was fine for our needs. The restaurant was really good. Our half board...More
Too sweet and causy hotel. A bit old fashioned but great to stay over. Je kan er lekker eten. we gaan er vaker heen.
I ordered from the €20 menu at lunchtime which consisted of a five course meal (amuse bouche, starter, main, cheese and dessert). The dishes on offer were all of traditional french cuisine and I was more than satisfied with the quality and quantity of the...More
We had booked for a 2 night stay on the recommendation of friends. We had our first dinner in the restaurant, which was excellent as was the service. However we then retired to our room and after waking around 1.30am to use the loo saw...More
I had a 20€ set lunch which was ok value but pretty dull. My glass of Fixin red cost 10€. Service not terribly friendly and pretty slow. Coffee 3€50. A shame this place is not better for there is not much competition in the village...More
We chanced upon Chez Jeanette on the first of May, a public holiday so that most restaurants in the region were closed. Lucky us! The maitre'd was a gentleman in his 60s, with mannerisms and clothing that were somewhat stiff, unsmiling and traditional, right down...More
Liked all the food and the wine we chose. Not too happy with the 'miserable' faces of the serving staff and management.
Chez Jeannette does not measure up. Much better quality is to be had nearby for the same money. While the meal started well, overall it was a mediocre French restaurant experience from the 1980s. The entrees were good, the main lacked flavour and the desert...More
This is my third visit in 2 years to Chez Jeannette and it lived up to expectations. The food is of good traditional quality and served very efficiently and with style. We had the 'menu gargantuesque' which is identical to the lesser priced gourmet menu...More