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“Great food, location and infrastructure”
Review of Le San Felice

Le San Felice
Ranked #5 of 32 Restaurants in Le Castellet
Price range: USD 45 - USD 58
Cuisines: French
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Restaurant details
Good for: Local cuisine
Dining options: After-hours, Reservations
Description: Le restaurant « Le SanFelice » propose une table de Bistrot pleine de surprise. Le Chef Christophe Bacquié, secondé par Guillaume Lecomte, saura vous surprendre avec une cuisine traditionnelle revisitée, à consommer sans modération. La salle du restaurant vous propose une magnifique vue panoramique sur le village du Castellet. Le restaurant « Le SanFelice » est ouvert tous les jours, midi et soir. Réservation fortement conseillée. Découvrez également le calendrier des évènements 2017 dans nos restaurants sur notre site internet.
Reviewed 6 April 2018 via mobile

All in the title and the pictures!
The 64degrees egg with mushrooms was pure heaven.
On top of it, the staff is very friendly (even offered us to switch to a better table to enjoy our dessert with the best view).
From the main room you can see through a large glass the kitchen.
I highly recommend !

Thank Julien C
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Alexandra B, Directeur général at Le San Felice, responded to this reviewResponded 13 April 2018

Dear Julien,

We thank you for having taken the time to share with us your thoughts regarding your experience at our Bistrot Le San Felice.

Be assured that the entire staff makes every effort to bring the biggest satisfaction to our customers and your opinion and comments are very precious to improve constantly our services.

We look forward to welcoming you again,

Best regards,

Alexandra Bacquié
General Manager

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Reviewed 10 October 2017 via mobile

Who thinks they're going to get a good meal at the second restaurant of a hotel?
Not me but boy was I wrong.
The menu was limited but each dish was lovingly prepared. Ultimately, I had a piece of grilled fish that is as good as any I had in Provence. The waitstaff was interested. The service was very good. The prices were incredibly fair! Absolutely nothing to complain about and a lot to admire.
This place could stand alone.

Thank David B
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Reviewed 22 August 2017

We chose to try this restaurant after having had dinner at the compagnon dining facility of Christophe Bacquié on the same hotel property at Le Castellet .We were politely greeted and seated without delay on the terrace which offers a great seaview.Our table was moving and it took repeated requests to have someone steady it.The menus followed with a rather limited set of options at either 41 or 51 Euros for menus and if you were so inclined , you could indulge yourself with an expensive (!) quarter-pound burger menu at 40 Euros.Our waiter came around and told us that 2/3 main course items were not available and were replaced with other choices.Service overall was very slow,poorly trained and not particularly friendly but obviously the staff were too few for the number of guests on this weekday evening . We were offered a terrine appetizer that was rather tasteless.
Our party had sauteed mushrooms and squid carpaccio for appetizers and the duck ,fish and spanish pork loin selections for main courses.The dishes were well presented but without any distinctive features and the entrées and main courses were tasty but not exceptional . Desserts were mainly prepared with fresh fruit compotes and sorbets and were excellent.There is a good wine selection to pair with dining choices.Overall not worth a repeat experience but you may choose it as a less expensive option to it’s otherwise excellent next door higher-end restaurant.

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1  Thank Brisoso
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Reviewed 2 August 2017 via mobile

Went there in a group of six. The location is great, it's quiet and beautiful. Prices are on the high side (€51 for a 3 courses meal). Desserts were disappointing. Don't try the famous café gourmand, certainly not worth the €18. The rest of the food was ok but nothing special. Service was a bit disorganised, not the level expected.

1  Thank Ludo-Owen
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Reviewed 20 June 2017

The San Felice is conveniently located e.g. if you are visiting the Paul Ricard race track or its surrounding areas. It is in a beautiful park with a six hole (!) golf course and has an interesting view. No doubt that the San Felice wishes to provide its guests with a correspondingly high level experience. It did unfortunately fail to do so when we were here: the kitchen and the service team seemed to be affected by an unduly complacent attitude that spoiled it all, a real pity. The team should work to live up to the expectations that come with the racy prices. I am confident that they have the ability do it!

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Thank esm872
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