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La Bartavel


This Brasserie and Pizza restaurant is situated in the town centre next to the cinema. From 11h30 – 23h30 non stop, it serves a choice of pizzas, to eat-in or take-away. These are renowned amongst the pizza cognescenti in town, as they are cooked in an authentic wood fired, stone oven giving them a uniquely delicious flavour. On the menu, you’ll also discover a wide selection of typical Brasserie type food including meat, fish and pasta dishes and a daily special. When the weather is fine, it has a great terrace over-looking the Mont Blanc, where you can sit and watch Chamonix go by.

  Le Bartavel

La Cabane Des Praz


Situated in a wonderfully peaceful setting at the foot of the Flégère ski area, La Cabane des Praz is open from midday until 11pm and offers excellent contemporary French cuisine in relaxed and welcoming surroundings. By day the sunny terrace offers magnificent views of the Mont Blanc chain. It serves lunch all day with a lunch menu at only 23,50€ (Starter/Main course or main course /dessert) . For dinner you will find a huge choice of classy, yet affordable cuisine, with fresh fish, taking pride of place. There are 2 dinner menus at 32€ and 42€.
www.restaurant-cabane.com

 

La Calèche


Few establishments can lay claim to the description ‘Savoyarde restaurant’ with as much justification as La Calèche. As you enter this rustic treasure trove you cannot help but be overwhelmed by the warmth and character that pervades the restaurant. The walls are adorned with all manner of regional artefacts, and their attention to detail is evident in the variety of over 20 Savoyard specialities on offer, all prepared from fresh local produce. In addition to the huge array of fondues, raclettes and pierrades, other firm favourites include the apple and Reblochon spring rolls, braised beef casserole, marinated in local red wine, or the duck in honey sauce. During the season, they serve food all day from 12h - 11pm, with lunchtime menus from 21 € The wine list is as impressive as it is diverse. Well worth a visit!
www.restaurant-caleche.com

  Le Caleche

Casa Valério


This renowned Italian restaurant has been delighting visitors for 33 years. Their success is based on 3 key ingredients: fresh produce, professionalism, and a healthy dollop of passion. New this year are a range of truffle dishes and gluten free options or their delicious pizza gourmet. On the menu, you’ll also find a wide choice of antipasti, fresh pasta, delicious meat and fish dishes, homemade desserts, not to mention the huge range of authentically cooked Pizzas. The cups and photos on display from last year’s World Pizza Championships are proofs that their children, David, Marco and Mara are worthy successors of Valerio’s ’savoir faire‘. Casa Valerio boasts an impressive wine cellar with wines from over 150 different vineyards. During the season food is served throughout the day from noon - 11pm.
www.casavalerio.net

 

Cap Horn


Le Cap Horn on the Rue des Moulins has firmly established itself as one of the most popular restaurants in town. There is an outside oyster bar set on the banks of the river, where you can enjoy a plate of oysters with a chilled glass of wine, or order them to take away. In a wonderfully atmospheric main room, overlooked by a more intimate mezzanine, the décor of the restaurants is a harmonious mix of the mountains and the sea. Seafood takes a starring role on the menu, as well as local specialties and a host of meat and fish dishes of the highest quality. The restaurant offers a great value lunchtime menu for 22€ (starter and main, OR main and dessert) and there are 2 menus at 29,50 € or 39€ for the dinner service. Their wine list is also magnificent.
www.caphorn-chamonix.com

  Les Caves du Pèle

Kitsch Inn


The Kitsch Inn has created a big house for you to play in, serving food and drinks non-stop everyday. There’s a dining room with grand tables for formal dinners, a breakfast bar area for quick snacks and coffees, a retro formica kitchen area for casual meals, a kids play area and a huge sunny decked terrace out front. The Kitsch Inn food ethos is that better quality, less travelled, fresh ingredients means better tasting food so they only buy Label Rouge beef, pork, chicken and eggs. They source bio burger buns and yoghurts, and buy as much of their fresh fruit & vegetables from France, Spain & Italy as possible. All the food is homemade and cooked to order.
www.kitschinn.eu

  Le Kitch Inn

Chez Yang


Chez Yang offers mouth-watering Chinese and Thai cuisine in relaxed, intimate and serene surroundings. Set at the town centre end of the Rue Paccard, you are sure to find all your favourite dishes on the menu, all lovingly prepared to authentic recipes by the chef and his team. As well as a range
of delicious soups, dim sum, Peking duck, spare ribs, you can also chose from a host of noodle and stir fry culinary delicasies, or the classics such as sizzling beef, lemon chicken and many more. If you are tired of Meat, Cheese and Potatoes then visit Chez Yang for a real taste of the Orient.
www.chezyang.com

 

Le Monchu


One of Chamonix’s iconic restaurants, known as much for its atmosphere as for the quality of the food. The warmth of the décor is enhanced by the central fire-place. As well as the delicious Savoyard specialities on offer, it also has a varied bistrot menu. For starters try the gravellax with dill cream, the baked reblochon lollipops lightly sprinkled in bread crumbs, or the velvety cream of leek and mushroom soup. Meat and fish lovers will also be delighted by the range of juicy cuts and fresh catches that are on offer: From the menu try free range chicken breast with a wild mushroom sauce, the Rossini steak, the fresh water fish grilled on the plancha with lime juice or the large grilled gambas, to name but a few. There is also a huge choice of sumptuous desserts, such as profiteroles, tarte tatin, or genepi flavoured ice creams. Great wine list. Menu from 26,50 €. Service continues non stop from 11.30 am to 11pm. Booking is advised.
www.lemonchu-chamonix.fr

  Le Monchu

La Télécabine


After 20 years in Chamonix, Bea and Mike opened their own restaurant 2 years ago, to great success. Situated in the centre of town, on the road just to the left of the Casino, Mike’s reputation as one of the finest chefs in town is thoroughly deserved and as well as impeccable service you can be sure of some delicious classic French cuisine, with a pinch of innovation: Cappuccino of prawns with a saffron emulsion, Lobster Burger, spare ribs, fresh fish, homemade profiteroles, and of course an array of the tastiest Savoyards specialties to name but a few. You’ll also find they have an impressive wine list.
www.restaurant-latelecabine.com

  La Télécabine

Pizzeria Des Moulins


By taking over the wine bar next door, this wonderful pizzeria on the rue des Moulins, now has 2 distinct spaces, in which you can enjoy their fabulous food. On one side a cosy and romantic longe bar, on the other a newly decorated charming family restaurant. Start with one of their sharing platters of cold meats and cheeses, whilst you sip a cold beer, or enjoy a glass of wine. For your main course, chose from over 40 types of pizzas packed full of the delicious taste that only real Italian pizzas offer. And if you’re still hungry, finish off with one of their tempting desserts. All made with love.

  Pizzeria Des Moulins

Le National


Situated at the start of the rue Paccard, this is one of Chamonix’s oldest bars and restaurants, founded in 1912 by Alexandre Simon, a local guide, who made it a popular destination for British mountaineers to meet. 100 years old and still going strong Le National is open for lunch and dinner every day offering a blend of traditional French cuisine, such as a classic boeuf bourguignon and pot au feu, with local specialities, and a choice of vegetarian options. Its central location means it is also a wonderful place to meet for après-ski. There is a happy hour 4pm - 6pm on Peroni and Guinness, with free garlic bread.

  Le National

Chalet Le Castel


Perfect for lunch, après ski and dinner the Castel restaurant combines Gallic culinary flair with Italian cuisine. The wine list offers a mix of French & Italian classics and food is served throughout the day in the restaurant or on the heated terrace. Thanks to its enviable position at the foot of the Flégère pistes, this is also an ideal venue for some lively après ski entertainment.
www.lecastel-chamonix.com

  Chalet Le Castel

The Jekyll


A lively bar with a fantastic restaurant, makes the Jekyll & Hyde an experience not to be missed.
Situated near to the main bus station and car park in Chamonix Sud, the Jekyll is a perfect venue for après-ski, with Happy Hour deals from 6pm.
The bar boasts a wide range of world beers, a carefully selected wine menu, premium spirits and champagnes, and a delicious cocktail menu. Set over 3 floors and serving delicious food from 6pm until 1am, the restaurant offers a fantastic menu, including tapas, burgers, salads, and a piece du Boucher. In high season the Jekyll and Hyde hosts a number of events, including regular live music and comedy nights throughout the season, a big screen for all major sports events, DJ sets and themed nights.
www.thejekyll.com

  The Jekyll

La Coquelle


Situated opposite the departure point for the Aiguille du Midi cable car in Cham Sud, La Coquelle offers authentic regional cuisine, including a huge choice of Savoyarde specialities which really are special, like the Clocherade, a hot bell on which you cook your meat at the table. It has a cosy interior and a large outside terrace, perfect for those sunny days when you simply want to eat well and enjoy the view and a cosy interior. As well as a variety of Fondues, Raclettes, Tartiflettes, and Croutes, it also serves delicious regional dishes such as the Potée Savoyarde (Savoyarde hotpot), or a duck breast cooked with honey and genepi!
www.lacoquelle.com

  La Coquelle

Les Cheserys


Les Cheserys is probably the finest restaurant in Argentière. It is consistently highly rated for the quality of its food and the standard of service. In a relaxed, modern mountain setting, the chef, Laurent Duprat, meticulously selects only the finest freshest seasonal produce, to create an original menu, all of which is cooked and prepared in-house. Whatever you fancy you are sure to find something to suit your tastes: from classic cuisine to the more traditional savoyard specialites. Due to its popularity booking by phone or on-line is advised.
www.cheserys.com

  Les Cheserys

Chambre Neuf


As well as a renowned après ski venue, the Chambre Neuf is also a superb restaurant for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Mouthwatering Scandinavian and French inspired cuisine awaits with their splendid plat du jour and a great selection of expertly chosen dishes to ensure there is something to suit all tastes. Located opposite the train station in the center of town, the bar & restaurant has a large terrace for BBQ and al fresco dining on sunny days.

  Chambre Neuf

La Fine Bouche


This delightful new family restaurant, situated near the centre of town on the Place du Poilu, offers delicious home-made French cuisine without the frills. Intimate and cosy, here you’ll find a range of classic French recipes, beautifully garnished and made from only the freshest ingredients. As a bonus, there is also a grocery corner packed with wines and regional products to enjoy at home or give as presents. The restaurant also serves take-away, which can be ordered in advance to save time.

  La Fine Bouche

Igloo Fondue Adventure


For an alpine experience with a difference treat yourself to a traditional cheese fondue in a hand-crafted snow igloo in the mountains. There are two options, you can either arrive on skis or snowshoes at lunchtime or hike up on snowshoes in the evening. The igloo is located close to Les Grands Montets ski area so it's easy to get there, and when you arrive you'll be welcomed with an open fire where you can enjoy mulled wine. You’ll then go inside the igloo which is decorated with flickering candles and cosy sheep skins, where your guides and chefs will serve you a delicious fondue accompanied by a choice of side dishes.
www.chamonixresortshop.com

  Igloo Fondue Adventure

Beurre Noisette


Francine and Sébastien invite you to sample the delights of her delicious cuisine at this cosy new restaurant set near the start of the road that leads up to the train station. Classically trained, her dishes offer a modern twist on traditional French recipes, with a focus on seasonal ingredients, strong flavours, colourful presentation and simplicity. Her love of food, passion for her craft and meticulous attention to detail are evident by the result on the plate.
This is gastronomic food at bistro prices. The lunchtime menu is great value for money at 23 Euros for a starter, main course and dessert. Booking is advised. The restaurant is closed on Sunday nights and all day Monday.
www.beurrenoisettechamonix.com

  Beurre Noisette

Les Matafan


Ideally located in the centre of Chamonix amidst the mountains and majestic glaciers, Le Matafan restaurant offers a warm, elegant setting designed by Sybille de Margerie, for you to enjoy a spontaneous, relaxed culinary experience, conceived by Chef Mickey Bourdillat. Woodlands, meadows, pastures, the land- scape inspires, the recipes marry the seasons very naturally and generously. Like the famous potato pancake called “mate la faim” (stop the hunger) that gave its name to the restaurant, the Matafan. When the weather begins to improve, the Matafan opens its gardens to offer you a light and refined style of cooking. The Matafan changes its menu every fortnight. Lunch Noon to 2pm, menu 23 €. Evening 7pm to 9.30pm, menu 35 €, 39 € et 46 €.
www.hotelmontblancchamonix.com

  Le Matafan

Le Chaudron


After a complete facelift last year, the all new Chaudron relaunched to great acclaim with a new look, and a new concept. Now as much a wine bar, as a delicious restaurant, regular patrons are still able to enjoy Stéphane’s Gallic flair for fabulous flavours, but they are also able to share in his passion for fine wines, whilst tasting his selection of innovative tapas dishes. Also on the regularly changing menu a mouth wateringly tempting array of dishes for your eyes and your taste buds to savour, made from fresh seasonal produce, and meticulously selected by the chef. This is a very popular restaurant so booking is advised.
www.le-chaudron-chamonix.com

  Le Chaudron

Bizes


This new restaurant on the rue du Lyret near the centre of town, adds another deliciously unique dining concept to the culinary choices available in Chamonix. Sanna Jansson uses only the freshest ingredients and combines her passion for grilling on the josper bbq charcoal oven, and her love of healthy eating (dishes are gluten and lactose free) to prepare mouthwateringly creative dishes full of flavour. Book a table overlooking the river and enjoy a lovely meal.

  Bizes

Restaurant Eden


New owners has meant a new lease of life for this renowned restaurant set in the heart of Les Praz. The new local chef has used his flair and worldwide experience to create an exciting variety of refined healthy dishes along with many vegetarian options and traditional Savoyards treats. This is accomplished French cuisine and its constantly evolving seasonal menu is sure to tease your taste buds. During the Winter there is après ski food non-stop from 16h with evening meals from 18h30 - 22h.
www.hoteleden-chamonix.com

  Restaurant Eden

Neapolis


Situated in the Galerie Alpina, this restaurant is recommended by Lonely Planet and the Guide du Routard to all fans of Italian cuisine. It specialises in Neopolitan food, lovingly prepared by Enrico, Roberto and Salvio. Peparoni Arrosto (sweet red peppers), bruschetta with marinated anchovies, calamari en barca, followed by spaghetti aux fruits de mer and gnocchi alla sorrentina are just some of his specialities. Not forgetting over twenty varieties of pizza, and for dessert... the infamous tiramisu or panacotta. Expect a warm welcome from Christine.

 

Panier Des 4 Saisons


In the center of Chamonix, nestled in a little alley, up the stairs (beside the Galerie Blanc Neige) is the Panier des 4 Saisons. This is an ideal place to appreciate some instinctive,
creative and traditional cooking, lovingly prepared with fresh products by the chef, Thierry Roche. The cuisine is based around local food, changing with the pace of the seasons. From quality wine produced in the region to great vintages, all will delight the finest of palates. A delicious way to taste, smell and relish local produce, cooked to perfection. Their sole ambition is to help you share and savour a timeless culinary moment.
www.restaurant-panierdes4saisons.com

  Panier Des 4 Saisons

Le Fer A Cheval


Renowed for it’s friendly atmosphere and warm welcome, this family run brasserie is also popular thanks for it’s hearthy food and big portions. Inside the wooden chalet or on the sunny terrace, you can try one of the unusual fondues with tomato or champagne. Jean-Marie and Laurence do the cooking and their son Franck is the waiter. A special morel mushroom range and a wide range of homemade desserts await.
www.facheval.fr

  Le Fer A Cheval

Restaurant Le Dru


A new owner means a new lease of life for this delightful restaurant situated near the junction of the avenue Aiguille du Midi and Rue Ravanel Le Rouge. The menu is extremely varied offering good value, a wide choice of local specialities, as well as Brasserie style dishes. The recently renovated terrace is a great place to eat when the weather permits, or to sit an enjoy a well earned après ski drink as you watch the world go by.

 

  Restaurant Le Dru

Le Hameau Albert 1er


Gourmet cuisine, or traditional dishes, Le Hameau Albert 1er welcomes you to its 2 restaurants, each with their own style. The gastronomic restaurant is one of the finest in the region. The two chefs, Pierre Carrier and Pierre Maillet will take you on a culinary journey, where subtle flavours and fresh delicacies combine with mouth watering effect. The menu changes according to the season, to make way for delightful treasures such as White ‘Alba’ Truffles. The wine cellar too is exceptional, with a choice of over 20,000 bottles.
www.hameaualbert.fr

La Maison Carrier
Also excellent, but less exclusive, the Maison Carrier offers authentic local cuisine, in a traditional, rebuilt Chamoniard style chalet. The food is prepared and served with much the same panache as its renowned neighbour, and offers a delicious modern day interpretation of dishes and recipes that have been enjoyed in the region for centuries.

 




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