heber ctity, Utah
December 2, 2004
In the U.S.A., hotel restaurants tend to be overpriced when compared to the free standing competition and often of a lesser quality. Not so in Europe, where restaurants in hotels in small towns are usually the best places to eat and prices are the same as at independent restaurants. We ate at the restaurant and can’t fault it in any way. The only problem is that it is close to two of our favorite places to eat in the world, Au Lion d’Or and Le Rendez Voss de Chasse, another fine example of why you should eat at hotel restaurants in France.
From journal Route de Vin Alsace, France