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4 based on 362 reviews
L'ecoelle is our favorite restaurant in Les Saisies. It is located not directly on the main street but very close. It stretches about 2 floors and serves outside (at sunny times) as well.The food is nice french and savoyard style. They have standards as a magret de canard as well as a gastronomic burger or fondues. Everything is well prepared, fresh and with gout.Great desserts as well!At the same time the style is cosy and children friendly.
5 based on 85 reviews
We happened to accidently drop by for lunch on a car trip through the area. Expecting a nothing out of the ordinary mountain/countryside restaurant, it turned out to be a wonderful surprise - and the best meal on our two-week vacation in the Alps. Instead of a selection of regional specialities, the restaurant offered something more in the style of âunpretentious fine diningâ based on local produce. The services was very friendly and enthusiastic, making the meal a relaxing and pleasant experience. The choices on the menu were rather limited. There was only a three course set menu available, which could be expanded to four or six courses. We opted for the basic version. All the dishes were beautifully presented as well as being tasty. Obviously made with great care and love for the ingredients. Each dish was perfectly sized, making the meal as a whole substantial enough to feel satisfied, without the feeling of being stuffed. For the hungry ones an upgrade to four or six courses might by advisable. There are probably cheaper meals to be enjoyed in the village, but taking the quality of the food and service into account the price level must be best described as a bargain. To sum it all up, I would say that this restaurant is well worth not only a stop your way through Hauteluce, but a destination on its own.
4 based on 361 reviews
We treated ourselves to the Raclette dish which is popular in this region. It was delicious & a great experience scraping the cheese off a heated rack at our table. It was accompanied by a generous charcuterie plate, potatoes, bread & salad. There is nothing like this in Australia. The staff are friendly & attentive & the restaurant is surrounded by stunning views.
4 based on 271 reviews
Enjoyed a long lunch and stayed to watch the rugby afterwards when we arrived for a weeks skiing. The service was very good and the food excellent. It has a good variety of dishes and is reasonably priced. The bill was surprisingly reasonable for lunch and an afternoons drinks watching the match. Staff are charming.
4 based on 486 reviews
Owner is super friendly and talks to all of the customers and makes jokes. Food is good and abundant. All the specialties you can expect in that region are on the menu. Dessert is awesome with huge portions. "Tonton Christophe" gave me a nice birthday party with complimentary genepy drinks to all 10 of us. My family of 4 went back the following week and were greeted warmly. We had again some amazing food and a super ambiance. Can't recommend it enough. It will bring you happiness and memories forever.
4 based on 234 reviews
There is a large open terrace with beautiful views for the warmer ski days. Otherwise there is a very cosy indoor seated area for lunch and drinks. Service is very friendly and helpful. There is a very comprehensive menu of local specialties including cheeses and charcuterie. There is a reasonably priced daily price fixe menu, if you don't want the a la carte.I was a bit disappointed with the soup of the day, which although reasonably tasty but arrived less than tepid, when I could have done with a winter warmer. Otherwise a very pleasant lunchIt is bound to get mega busy in high season
5 based on 948 reviews
I traveled to Megeve especially to visit Emanuel Renautâs restaurant. There is nothing pretentious here - first Mr. Renaut greeted his guests out on the balcony overlooking the mountains that inspire his cooking. Later inside, he surprised us with subtle flavors containing mountain elements - herbs in particular. Even the salad course, with geranium oil made me smile. My favorite herb was the âcrysilusâ ? (Wood sorrel leaves I think) - a citrusy tang that lit up my venison and strawberry dessert. And then there was the Porcini heâd found that morning while hiking. I could smell the mountain on my plate!
4 based on 789 reviews
Get in even if the front side is not that exciting. The food inside is very good, and the chef will give you the opportunity to complain if any problem as he is visiting each single table at the end... Meat is just perfect. Ask for specific dishes not on the menu like fondue. They donât want to look like all other places around, but they can do just for you typical Savoyard specialities if you really wish.
4 based on 127 reviews
Beautiful Building, tastefully decorated Pizza Restaurant with absoutley stunning views. Warm welcome and delicous Pizza's we watched being made. We have visited this restaurant in ski season as well. Need a car to get here,unless you are a skier, hiker or a biker!! Not far from main road.Strongly recommend a visit! We
4 based on 402 reviews
The food was absolutely delicious and the service was good. My wife and I both had the menu but she had a veal dish and I had pork. The presentation for both was beautiful and everything quite tasty. We started with fried goat cheese which was wonderful and finished with a cherry and cream desert. The flowers outside the restaurant are absolutely fantastic! We will be returning!!!
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