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It's a 100% tourist village it was 2 pm and we just wanted to drink something.
The terrace was empty and the service employee just told us very unpolite this is not a bar! If you don't eat you don't get a table!!
I have many memories of this place and it has a special place in my heart. The food and service each time I have been there has been excellent, which is a special thing in a place which is something of a tourist hotspot.
An excellent venue to celebrate a special day. Being a Sunday the restaurant was almost full and we would recommend you book a table in advance, particularly in the summer. The wood panelled dining room with open fire adds to the warmth of the welcome....More
The dining room of this logis reminded me of French Hotels of my youth. Wood panelled dining room, hushed tones of the dinners.
The food was average. Best part was the mise en bouche and the petits fours. Service very friendly and attentive
We ate at The Pelican last year and were so impressed we booked into the hotel for dinner and breakfast. The two female members of staff were very friendly but the meal was very disappointing.I asked about the lamb dish and was told it was...More
This restaurant never fails to provide an enjoyable experience. Living close to the village we have eaten at many local restaurants but none match the quality and consistency of the Pelican. The restaurant offers several menu de jour with a price range to suit most...More
A previous review I wrote spoke highly of this restaurant and how it has been so very special for us as a family over the last 20 years or so, a recent visit suggests that that magic has disappeared. Although on the surface everything front...More