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La Cour de Remi
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Reviewed November 1, 2012

Ate in the restaurant on a recommendation from the owner of the b and b where we were staying... It's not that cheap but there aren't a lot of places to choose from in this neck of the woods so we went with it. At first glance it looks chic- styled with attitude and direction. The dining experience started well with a large terrine and good bread to help yourselves to. Starters were small for the price and wine was equally expensive. The most disappointing feature was that all main courses were served with the same vegetables so if you don't happen to like the potato served that night, you simply go without. I know as I asked our charming waiter if he could get the chef to substitute it for me and was told no. Come on- if you are paying this sort of money, you've surely got to consider the diners a bit, not just fix upon what's easy for the chef because it looks and sounds good. It smacked of arrogance and too much attitude, and for this reason I wouldn't recommend it. Incidentally service was incredibly slow, it was cold in the restaurant and the food I ate was not too hot either!

  • Stayed: October 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed October 30, 2012

We have stayed here a few times in the past and were lucky to have good bedrooms each time which were in the main building above the restaurant. This time we stayed in one of the lower rooms in the converted stable which unfortunately is not well insulated and sound-proofed and so prevented us from having much restful sleep. Although spacious and stylish, the room surprisingly lacked a number of creature comforts including towel rails/hooks, a functioning plug in the basin, extra pillows and extra blankets.
Although the breakfasts are excellent, we felt the restaurant was not as good as it has been in the past. The 'formule' has become a culinary straitjacket and we felt the lack of Sebastien's presence when it came to choosing our wine. When the restaurant is busy, it is also unfair to expect two serving staff to cover the whole restaurant without neglecting some of the diners.

  • Stayed: October 2012, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank vinobuffer
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Reviewed September 29, 2012

Modern add-ons to traditional chateaux can be dodgy, but at Remi it is well done. Room 1is outrageously large with a bath that takes an hour to fill, but would accommodate a football team... Great food and really excellent staff.

Stayed: September 2012, traveled with friends
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Reviewed September 27, 2012

We love this place. Our second visit, this time to end our honeymoon, we took a standard room this time as we'd taken chunks out of our bank balance all through France and were not disappointed. We still had an enormous bath and plenty of space.

The food, as usual, was fabulous and we had a wonderful evening together with family. I took the plunge and had the roasted suckling pig, which was possibly one of the most incredible things I've tasted. After discussion with the wonderful lady (who served us dinner on both visits) I opted not to have the head, but assured that I would definitely try it next time. Great wine, great service.

Can't wait to be back....Thanks for everything.

  • Stayed: September 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed September 20, 2012

just did the restaurant (and I didn't notice how much it cost) but they have got a lot of things right. Relaxed, unpretentious beautiful surroundings with pleasant service and delicious unsophisticated food.

Stayed: September 2012, traveled on business
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