Yes indeed this was a treat. To push the boat out now and again on holiday is acceptable I think. This is a hotel restaurant so we knew what to expect in terms of price. Hotel eateries don't come cheap. Why? It seems to be an unwritten rule of the capitalist world. However, this is a vegetarian orientated hotel, so all is good. The setting is extremely plush with beautiful wooden tables and fittings. A lot of investment has been made here. The food is quite sensational, something to be savoured. Portion sizes are small but this is balanced by the quality. You do get free bread and dips though. The seitan and tofu main dishes we had were quite exceptional, and a starter of chick pea bread with tomato salsa was a perfect introduction. €14 for a bottle of house white helped make the experience an enjoyable one. If you like gourmet vegetarian food in plush surroundings this is the place for you. Vegetarianism has definitely progressed from the days of the Govinda metal tray slops. Enjoy Bistrot Bardot.
Cons: expensive food, hotel atmosphere