Cafe Costes' superb 19th century-style decor and patio that is open in summer, keeps it pretty packed. The restaurant is located at the bottom floor ... More
Cafe Costes' superb 19th century-style decor and patio that is open in summer, keeps it pretty packed. The restaurant is located at the bottom floor of the hotel building. The food isn't extraordinary for the price but is worth a try. Try the famous Tuna Fish Steak or the Chocolate Cake. Expect to pay EUR60-EUR75 for dinner à la carte.
Hope this the one in the hotel costes, the food is excellent, service is great and you hear a lot of americans eating there, price is very good for what it is.Please sit outside when opened and try the fois gras or the steamed veggies unbeatable.
This place has perfect food and charming, somewhat eclectic decor, mostly arm chairs and sofas instead of chairs. The tables are on the small side and apparently the maximum size of a party is 6.
This is also where our problem was. Our group grew to 7 people and this prompted the staff to tell us to either split up into 5 and 2 or to have one person leave, refusing to serve 7 people. On one hand it's understandable that they want to keep the appearance nice but they showed no flexibility at all. We finally solved that by one person just having a drink.
Afterwards, food was great (recommend the weeping tiger) and prices are OK for what you get. Staff was in general very friendly and helpful except for the incident above
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