Find out what Italian restaurants to try in Notre Dame de Bellecombe including Chez Maryse, Le Pralin, Pizz'Mountain, Pizza & Vino
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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
3 based on 125 reviews
The atmosphere is good and so was the food -typically Haute Savoie - heavy, robust filling - nothing subtle - honest grub.But the Bourgogne - at â¬29 was terrible. I asked if it was recommended and although that is like asking 'Is the Pope from Bavaria?' I was told it was very good.It was light in colour and tasted acidic and lacking in any depth. A restaurant has the responsibility to choose all ingredients of the meal carefully, with the customer's taste bud's in mind. If it is not possible to buy a burgundy at the price customers in an ordinary restaurant, such as the Praline, will pay then choose another region. Make the wine enhance the meal - make it good value and make them come back. Cheap tough meat [ which was not the case here] would be bad for business - somehow restaurateurs think they have a right to make a large profit on wine - quality ignored.This wine was probably â¬7 and marked up to â¬29 - 400%. Customers can, on occasions, be in a position where they cannot complain; guests sensibilities and recommendation where the reasons here. So, politely, we agreed 'this wine is one to be drunk with food', meaning the food will mask the taste.This was bad business - if the wine was better tasting and value we would have had two.France has a problem with wine. Because it is reluctant to import New World wines there is a reliance on mediocre to poor home wines in the lower price bracket.Beer is good and will go well with the rustic style - I think.
4 based on 87 reviews
You can eat outside in the summer and here is a pleasant palce for a bite to eat
5 based on 37 reviews
I'll write this review in English as I cannot recommend this place enough for English or American Tourists. Mind you, the setting is rather surprising, it's located just under a working sawmill! The pizza is essentially take-out but there are benches outside and it's being assembled as a work-in-progress chill-out location to enjoy having great pizza and wine after skiing or on a nice summer's day. As to the food, it's simply outstanding. The dough is hand-made and allowed to rise for 48 hours before being used. This ensures that it's very light and digestible; no wet dough or bloated feeling after this pizza! The chef spent years in Rome perfecting his craft, and his ingredients are all imported from Italy (except for local ones when making a tartiflette pizza). This is NOT a cheap pizza, mind you, it's sold by weight so expect to pay substantially more than you would at a typical take-out. However, you'll love the difference, this is seriously good gourmet pizza. Great wines are on offer as well. If you want to try something different and really tasty, Pizza & Vino's the place. Have a look at my attached photo of a 3-tomato and Dijon mustard pizza...Wow!
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