See the hotel and restaurant in Montreuil-sur-Mer, on the Côte d’Opale
Visit Anecdote, our gourmet restaurant, during your stay at the Best Western Hermitage Hotel Montreuil. Located inside the hotel in Montreuil-sur-Mer , the restaurant serves classic cuisine created by chef Alexandre Gauthier in a modern and friendly setting, inspired by New York lofts and designed by the architect Patrick Bouchain.
A décor with an industrial workshop feel
The gourmet restaurant Anecdote is located inside the hotel and boasts a very light and bright dining room with an industrial bistro feel. It features a central workbench in untreated wood, metal, a large workshop-style glass wall for views of the kitchen, a tiled floor, black and white tiles and Versailles parquet, contemporary suspended lighting, long and comfortable green benches and classroom-style chairs with topstitched leather around the tables! The restaurant has a simple and welcoming feel.
In the summer, take advantage of the gorgeous terrace as you enjoy your dining experience in Montreuil-sur-Mer.
Gourmet restaurant by the Michelin-starred chef Alexandre Gauthier
The chef’s cuisine
Alexandre Gauthier has created his take on classic cuisine, interpreted by the chef Samuel Pesquet. Featuring traditional dishes with a modern twist which are beautifully presented, his cuisine showcases forgotten recipes and local dishes which are flavourful and hearty. Alexandre’s recipes are also inspired by his father, the chef Roland Gauthier: steak with peppercorn sauce, trout with blue cheese, quail with crayfish. His cuisine evokes memories, the pleasure of rediscovering forgotten flavours and the joy of discovering new ones. Whether you’re coming for lunch or dinner, the gourmet restaurant Anecdote serves dishes which are sure to spark emotion.
A wonderful wine list accompanies these culinary creations which cleverly combine the past and the present with iconic French dishes and contemporary presentation.
Many of the dishes and desserts created by Alexandre Gauthier have gone on to become classics in their own right.
Savoury dishes include a braised chop for two to enjoy as a couple, mini goujons and sauce gribiche, lightly seared scallops and foaming butter.
Sweet treats include the legendary crêpe Suzette, created by the great Auguste Escoffier, and tarte tatin, which, according to legend, was invented by young ladies of the same name.
Closed on Sunday and Monday
Gault & Millau: 13.5/20