This restaurant has been feeding hungry skiers in Val d'Isere since 1936. They serve organic, local produce and have their own patisserie master.
The restaurant is a beautiful old chalet in the historic Village district of Val d'Isere, with wooden beams and a roaring log fire, as well as a large south-facing terrace.
House specialities include orange roasted duck breast, ravioli stuffed with lobster, garlic roasted leg of lamb and other delicious homecooked dishes, including local specialities such as tartiflette or fondue.
You know that the wine cellar can be relied upon when the owners actually have their own vineyard in the Rhone Valley!
Open daily for lunch (12:00-16:30) and dinner (from 19:00).
- "My friends and I visited here for a coffee and the food that we saw looked so delicious we stayed for lunch!! The food was delicious and I would highly recommend a visit." - Trip Advisor
- "We had a great meal of tartiflette which was exactly what we wanted after a day on the slopes. The menu had a good variety of food for our table with fussy eaters. The service was excellent and we will be going back next year." - Trip Advisor
- "This is the only restaurant that we visited twice for lunch during our week's holiday in Val. The waiters were super charming and the food was perfect for all ages - the onion soup was the reason for the return visit!" - Trip Advisor
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