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Best pizzas in Val d'Isère

At the end of the day you'll be looking for somewhere to refuel and a tasty pizza hits the right spot.

featured in News & reviews Author Tracy Wise, Destination Editor Updated

Must visit places for all the pizza lovers out there.

There are a myriad of pizza joints and restaurants when it comes to Val d'Isère, whether the menu is entirely dedicated to this Italian favourite or has a cursory nod, if it's worth recommending it's here. Pizzas are a great meal to have whilst you’re out on the slopes - they're filling, packed full of carbs and super tasty toppings that are dripping in cheese.

Pizz'n'Love Restaurant, Val d'Isere Centre interior

Pizz'n'Love

Well-priced restaurant that does eat-in or take-away and has a menu with all the usual classics, plus a few unexpected choices on there also. They have an extensive beer menu with some international labels, plus a half decent wine choice too. Desserts aren't fancy, but who can go wrong with Ben & Jerry's. Open in summer and winter, we recommend to phone ahead, especially in peak season.

Le Trifollet Restaurant, Val d'Isere - Bellevarde restaurant terrasse

Le Trifollet

An on-piste pizzeria found on the Verte piste towards the La Daille area of Val d'Isère, so you can head here if you have an Espace Killy pass. A great place for lunch, alongside their pizza menu you'll find grills, salads and some traditional French dishes. Booking is recommended as it's very popular.

Bar Jacques Restaurant, Val d'Isere interior

Bar Jacques

More of bistro than a pizzeria, this place is friendly and serves up a number of pizzas on their menu, including gluten free. They also offer take-away, so if you can't get a table then take your pizza home with you.

La Casa Scara Restaurant, Val d'Isere interior

La Casa Scara

Popular Italian restaurant in the old town that is worth booking in advance if you want to avoid disappointment. Busy and bustling, it has a lively atmosphere, so sit back and enjoy. They also serve an array of pastas and Italian specialties which may sway you from your original idea of having a pizza... you can always come back.

Le Garage Restaurant, Val d'Isere

Le Garage

Amongst Le Garage's international menu are a selection of homemade pizzas that wouldn't taste out of place if you'd been in an actual Italian pizzeria. This is relaxed, comfortable dining with a great selection of beers and wines on the menus as well as mouthwatering desserts, should you have any room left after one of their pizzas.

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