La bastide st George is in itself an excellent place to stay. The accommodation is stylish, clean and luxurious and it's been an absolute pleasure to relax by the pool and enjoy a glass of wine in their beautiful gardens with spectacular views. That aside I would avoid the restaurant attached with this hotel at all costs. We went with a prebooked cycling holiday which meant that our first and last night were prebooked at this hotel and restaurant. On the first night our duck main course was so over cooked I thought I was cutting through bone. We complained to the chef who advised us it wasthe Provence style. Given it was our first night we gave him the benefit of the doubt. Given the consistently good quality of food throughout the rest of the week at all of the other establishments we were quite reluctant to return even though we had already paid for it as part of our deal. Unfortunately our concerns were realised and after being served raw salmon and a tart that was black after being burnt to a crisp we asked to see the chef and were told he would be with us in five minutes. 45 mins after asking this we had to take the tart into the kitchen ourselves to find the chef arrogant and refusing to offer any solution. Interestingly we also watched at least one other table complain about the food. It's such a shame that such a beautiful hotel is linked to such a terrible restaurant, it's so dissapointing for the hotel and such a let down for the idea of exceptional food in France.
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- Also Known As:
- La Bastide St Georges Forcalquier