This restaurant offers a friendly welcome and a cosy atmosphere: a crackling log fire, wooden beams, Savoyard mementos and candlelight set the scene as the delicious aromas of local specialities whet the appetite after a good day’s skiing.
A range of local dishes are represented on the menu, made from typical Alpine cheeses such as Tomme de Savoie, Beaufort, Reblochon, and many others. You can try the traditional Fondue Savoyarde or the Tartiflette, as well as less well known dishes such as Matouille (a cheese and potato dish flavoured with white wine), roast Camembert or Tartichèvre (potatoes, onions, diced bacon & goats' cheese).
The house speciality is the Potence Flambée (chunks of beef steak flambéed in whisky), cooked at your table!
- "Love to come here. Great food and atmosphere. Service is always fantastic and this year we took the kids who were well catered for and very well looked after. Can be pricey but worth it for an end of holiday meal." - Trip Advisor
- "On our first night we went to eat at this cozy traditional place and were not disappointed. The food (meat cuts and fondue were delicious) and the service was good." - Trip Advisor
- "Delicious assortment of fondues and raclette. Each portion can feed more than one person. Remember to order the dessert at the beginning of your meal." - Trip Advisor