Discover Restaurants offering the best European food in L'Alpe-d'Huez, Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes, France including Au Montagnard, La Petite Taverne, La Cremaillere, Au puits des saveurs, La Fruitiere, Au Grenier, Le Roy Ladre, Le Passe Montagne, Edelweiss, L'Empreinte Restaurant
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5 based on 49 reviews
We understand from the host that her and her partner only recently took over the restaurant in the last few months after working in the resort over the last year. Her partner is Italian and the chef and hence the French /Italian style of food.Menu and wine list limited at the moment and nearly put us off from coming in. However we were glad we went in as each dish was well prepared and a little different from other options in the resort. We both thought the quality and taste was better than one of the more established restaurants we had eaten at the night before and no more expensive I had a starter that included thinly sliced tomatoes of three colours and an Italian cheese. My wife had the salmon trout and loved it. I had the guinea fowl on a bed of sliced courgettes which was also good. All freshly prepared. Homemade sweets also good.We wish this new restaurant and young couple every success in this new venture. Well worth a visit. A limited menu but good food prepared well. Keep up the good work!
4 based on 259 reviews
Just returned from Alpe D'Huez and in my opinion it is one of the best restaurants in the village. The fondues are excellent value compared to other nearly restaurants, and La Potence de boeuf (hanging beef) flambÃ©ed in Cognac is something else. Excellent service, and so good we went there two nights in a row.
4 based on 231 reviews
Easy to organise a set menu for a team of 40 people! Accommodated us at the last minute.Very good quality, easy to have vegetarian options or allergy free option. Great staff.
4 based on 211 reviews
Chanced upon this little gem of a place last night and we couldnât have been happier. Great atmosphere and welcome by the staff. Excellent pizza and lasagne which you can see being prepared. Would definitely return and recommend. Welcomes both coupes and families. Also has takeaway service.
4 based on 583 reviews
The best meal we have had in Alpe dâHuez. My wife had foie gras with ginger bread and ice cream to start which was amazing. The flavour combinations worked really well. I had snails in garlic, herbs and butter. I only ordered them because we were in France and fancied trying them. The best snails Iâve ever had. For main my wife had veal escalope and I had a shellfish stew consisting on scallops, prawns, mussels and mushrooms in a delicious cheese sauce. Both dishes came with vegetables (first weâve seen in Alpe dâHuez. Sadly no dessert as we were too full. The waiter also recommended wines by the glass to accompany our dishes. A very enjoyable evening and meal thank you.
4 based on 217 reviews
Created by double Michelin-starred chef Christophe Aribert, the Fruitiere menu offers exciting new interpretations of the delicious local produce, in the Fruitiere-liveried decor style of a traditional dairy. Open daily from noon.
Havenât been for a couple of years but standards remain goodExcellent mealThe entrecÃ´te in particular was very goodService was good, if a little stretchedAmbience of the Fruitiere / Follie Douce was as brilliant as always Toilets were grim though I have to say
4 based on 310 reviews
Le Puits Des Saveurs est une fusion de toutes ces saveurs qui autrefois inhabituelles deviennent si familieres.Nous vous proposons un echappatoire aux "cartes conventionnelles" suivant le rythme des saisons.
We went here on one of the busiest nights they have and they were incredibly accommodating. Our service was great - everyone spoke English (and many other languages for those of us that are ignorant), they were super friendly, and we never felt rushed. Food was also really good. Made the whole night a great experience. Would def go back
4 based on 674 reviews
-Cooking in the wood fire, rib of beef,fish, breast of duck and tradition Savoyard and Basque cuisine.
Walked in without a reservation but we managed to get seated (just)Wow what a gemInstantly the decor and atmosphere warmed us and we were taken downstairs where it charmed us and welcomed us to our ski resort We had calamari and onion soup to start And amazing cote de beuf which was a little rare which they cooked a bit more for us and it was really amazing.It was served on a platter with baked potatoes with a sour cream cream in.There were caramelised shallots and vegetables.It was well presented the wine we chose was good quality and service was good.If you are heading to Alpe dâHuez this place is well worth visiting. But book ! To avoid disappointment!
4 based on 567 reviews
La petite tavern is a little out of the way, and hence was less busy when we visited (for a lunch at the weekend in the summer). We had the goat cheese salad, which was excellent. The home made tarte citron was amazing as was the cafe gourmand. The fondue on the table next door smelt incredible and made us quite jealous. Service was good. If you are staying close by this is well worth a visit.
4 based on 641 reviews
We stumbled across this restaurant at lunchtime and had a fantastic meal there at really reasonable prices. The cafe gourmand was amazing for 8â¬. Coffee plus four delicious sample desserts and a biscuit! A bit out of the way but worth looking for.
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