As guest in this hotel we decided to have dinner at the hotel restaurant since almost every other place nearby was closed since it was Sunday.
The initial greeting and service in general was impeccable and very friendly. The restaurant offered a three-course meal consisting of an soup entree, a "hunters rabbit stew" main course and either chocolate cake or yoghurt for dessert. The wine list was impressive and very reasonably priced. We ended up with a sublibe Rioja gran reserva 1991 costing only 16€! It was very good.
The food however, was beyond dissapointing. The soup entree had some sort of poultry meat (but also a significant amount of cartilage!) in it and was not very pleasant. The rabbit stew turned out to be peaces of rabbit, looking very tasty but turned out to be very hard. One peace was so full of little peaces of rabbit bones, that I had to discretely spit it out in my napkin.
The dessert was not very exciting although edible.
Had we only known how bad the food was, we would have just ordered one of their VERY nice wines and a cheese-and-bread meal, which would certainly have been a much different experience.
The 3-course meal did however only cost 12€ and was prepared by some kind of cooking-students.
This review should not keep you from digning at this restaurant, but only emphasise, that the 12€-menu is not recommendable. But again, VERY nice and cheap wines.
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