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Ubicación del establecimientoSi decides alojarte en Hotel de l'Est, disfrutarás de una fantástica ubicación en pleno centro de Saint- Florentin y estarás a menos de 15 minutos en coche de Abadía de Pontigny. Además, este hotel se encuentra a 25,3 km de Champaña (región) y a 30,3 km de Catedral de Auxerre. Las distancias se expresan en números redondos.
- Abadía de Pontigny: 12,5 km
- Domaine Bernard Defaix: 23,5 km
- Domaine Servin: 24,5 km
- Champaña (región): 25,3 km
- Iglesia de St. Jean: 27,4 km
- Oficina de turismo: 27,8 km
- Fosa Dionne: 27,9 km
Check-out hasta las: 11:00
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Opinión escrita el 18 de julio de 2021
My experience was a really good one. We had Saint Jacques with mango and vanilla beans, Bourghinon snails , perfectly cooked ribeye steak with peper sauce, and chocolate mousse. There is a large variety of drinks with of without alcohol, I didn't get a chance to photograph the food, it was that good! (In a future visit i will try to add some photos of what we will order, till then I'll upload some photos of the menus!)
Opinión escrita el 15 de agosto de 2020
Very bad experience. Food from the freezer. Still cool in the plat. Staff don't know how open bottle of vines. No test for the food. Desert no made on place. All sauces are also no made on place . It was that opening of the restaurant. They apologised for the food was cool .
4 euros for one egg?
Opinión escrita el 30 de septiembre de 2017
The reception was very chilly and unfriendly as if they were very busy when the place was empty. The rooms were ok. The breakfast was plain and when we asked if there were eggs, she promptly brought them out without telling us that each egg cost four euros!. The restaurant was deserted.
Hôtel de l’Est in Saint-Florentin and our very special birthday dinner
Opinión escrita el 30 de agosto de 2016
Dinner at Hôtel de l’Est in Saint-Florentin in the Department of the Yonne, on the Canal de Bourgogne We had a great night at the Hôtel de l’Est in Saint-Florentin. Excellent, regional food, very good wine selected from the broad ranging wine list, a delightful owner and chef; it all exceeded our expectations and we were thrilled. Certainly we would recommend dinner or lunch here. It is a challenge finding a ‘perfect’ restaurant when you are barging along the canals. After enlisting the help of the Office de Tourisme in Tonnere we went to the Hôtel de l’Est in Saint-Florentin in the Department of the Yonne. A small, family owned hotel restaurant and a pretty outside flowered entrance and some attractive food photos of their dishes. It is perched high up in the heart of the town and in 35°C heat, the decision was easily made and a taxi was ordered. Full of anticipation we head off in the taxi, driven by the Capitaine from the Port Capitannerie, Vincent. Such a lovely gesture on his part and arranged by the Office de Tourisme in St Florentin. The outside of Hôtel de l’Est looks lovely with white painted brickwork, colourful flower pots and quite a grand entrance door. It is built in a former, eighteenth century, coaching inn. The hotel consists of 19 rooms, has a large dining room. We are warmly welcomed and ushered into the restaurant, where chef, Jany Warburton, is waiting to greet us as well; we are seated in a quiet, alcove corner of the restaurant, which actually seats a lot of people. Tonight, Saturday, there are ten or so tables booked, a few couples and three larger groups of 4 and 6; all local French, one group arrived with their large dog which quietly nestled under their table for the night! We learn the restaurant has been awarded many honours and focuses on traditional, regional, specialities of Burgundian cuisine, with dishes such as ‘oeufs meurette’, eggs poached in a red wine sauce, duck fillet with cider ‘of the forest’, the famous Beef Bourguignon, depending on the seasons. All dishes are made from local, fresh, quality produce, selected by the chef himself; the wine list has been chosen to accompany the dishes perfectly. Chablis sole fillet or the fillet of Charolais beef with morels. There were various menu choices and, of course, an a la carte menu, we decided on Le Marché du Chef, with an excellent selection of dishes and at 39.90 euro for entrée, main course, cheese and dessert was excellent value. From the extensive and good selection of the ten-page wine list, John selected a Chablis Premier Cru Grand Regnard 2014, 50 euros, for our fish entrées and a Santenay Premier Cru Verglesses 2011, 56 euros, for the main and cheese courses. We ordered our dinner and were soon presented with baguettes and the ‘mise en bouche’, something even the smallest French restaurants do so well. Tonight, ours is a flavoursome, creamy avocado mousse and a small slice of homemade gravlax topped with a delicate vinaigrette and tiny tomato. For my entrée I ordered the filet de sole a la chablisienne, followed by the main course of tournedos aux morilles. The flavoursome sole fillets were sweet flavoured and perfectly cooked, served in a Chablis sauce with superb flavour and a couple of green steamed asparagus and a small langoustine, or cigalas, as garnish. Tournedos aux morilles for my main course was perfectly medium rare and the morilles sauce with crème fraîche, superb; there were Puy lentils served on the side, a halved tomato, cooked like my mother used to do with breadcrumbs and finely minced garlic and herbs, a tiny broccoli floret, green beans and potato dauphinoise. We were all delighted our dinner, which was very pleasing and a great relief for Maggie, given the special occasion! The assiette de fromages et sa salade followed with some époisse, sou… and chaorce and salad or a soft curd cheese with ground peppercorn, finely chopped chives and eschallots to be added as desired. That was most unusual and although I enjoyed it, I would not order it again! The choice for dessert was either various glaces or a poached poivre in white wine with home-made vanilla ice cream, red currants, strawberries, raspberries and melon, truly superb with the pear poached to perfection. I loved the presentation of the pear, sliced and kept in the pear shape along the plate. Maggie ordered café noir; we were all fine and very well satisfied with the dinner which exceeded all our expectations. We had anticipated a longish walk home down the hill to the barge, but no! Our lovely, friendly maître de, the daughter of the chef, drove us back to the barge in her car, and another young man in a second car. Many thank yous and a tip as a gift was given which she said she would give to her children. 7 et 9 rue du Faubourg St Martin 89600 Saint Florentin
Old style Hotel
Opinión escrita el 29 de junio de 2015
The rooms are very old type and even fittings are quite old with some of them not working. Though felt that may be for such small town the Hotel may be good enough. Restaurant was good though and food as well as wine good. Helpful waiter and reasonably good service. The corridor was very dark with no natural ventilation.