This 2 star Michelin restaurant is a beautifully restored traditional Alpine building serving wonderful French cuisine. A rustic ambience is created by the display of the tools of tradesmen and farmers from years gone by.
If you would like to spend a pleasant and friendly evening in an old-fashioned atmosphere some of the rooms have been designed to recreate scenes such as a carpenter's workshop or a mountain refuge. The beautifully designed interior of L'Atelier d'Edmond is one of its charms and many of the items such as lamps, crockery, furniture and throws can be purchased on request.
The Atelier d'Edmond is at the bottom of the Fornet Pissaillas ski runs, 2km from the Val d'Isère exit, going towards the Col de l'Iseran.
A hearty skier's lunch is served during the day and there is a terrace that overlooks the picturesque village of Le Fornet. The lunchtime menu is rather simpler than the evening version; for the latter, a high degree of culinary skill is their priority. Benoit Vidal is the chef here and his cuisine is a successful mix of local notes and Mediterranean flavours; citrus and herbs bring a personal fresh touch to his inventive cuisine.
We recommend that you reserve your table.
For further details, visit the website or contact them directly using the 'make an enquiry' box.
Tue - Sun 19:30 - 21:30
Wed - Sun 12:00 - 14:00
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- Open Seasons
- Rue du Fornet, Val d'Isère 73150, France