Best French restaurants nearby. Discover the best French food in Bonneval-sur-Arc. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for French restaurants near you. including Auberge d'Oul, La Greppa, Chez Mumu, Le Glacier des Evettes, au vieux pont, Restaurant D'altitude le Criou, La Bocona, La Piatou, La Cascade, L'Atelier d'Edmond
5 based on 313 reviews
Benoit Vidal cuisine is a successful mix of sunny and local notes and Mediterranean flavors: citrus and herbs bring a personal, fresh and slightly acid touch to this inventive cuisine. Benoit Vidal started his training in his hometown Perpignan, then work
A superlative 2* Michelin restaurantWow, what can I say!! An amazing restaurant with exceptional service and an attention to detail that surely canât be beaten?? Iâve never eaten at a 3* Michelin restaurant but canât possibly imagine what extra this place would have to do to gain that extra star.....My partner and I had no trouble booking only 3 days in advance and we had also informed them that we were celebrating my birthday. Greeted immediately and shown to our table, the Sommelier offered a selection of aperitifs, we settled for the Blanc de Blancs vintage champagne, exceptional.We choose the 10 course tasting menu paired with wines for every course. The food, wine and service was simply fantastic. The bill was as expected, no hidden surprises, and there was no service charge routinely added, this was left to our discretion.An absolute "must do" whilst you are in Val, you will not be disappointed. Hello, thank you for having taken time to write us.We thank you for the kindness of your message. Looking forward to seeing again you very soon ! Benoit Vidal and all his team.
4 based on 118 reviews
Operated by the same owners as the similarly run Marmottes on the run down to La Daille, this is a great self-service option for lunchtime. Dishes are varied and reasonably priced and the goulash offers great value for the hungry skier (or boarder). There is plenty of space on the two levels of eating area so large groups can usually be accommodated at all but the busiest moments. Definitely a great lunchtime option in the eastern-most area of Espace Killy.
accueil Ã la savoyarde mais on se sent tout de suite Ã l'aise dans ce restaurant de montagne.la carte est assez sobre,mais tout le monde y trouve son compte entre les crepes salÃ©es et sucrÃ©es,entrecÃ´te et autres.les crÃªpes aux pommes et caramel salÃ© sont exquises.manque un peu de chauffage tout de mÃªme...dommage! Vin chaud maison trÃ¨s bon.
4 based on 195 reviews
we ate here after our cross country ski marathons both days and the food was plentiful and delicious. The menu is extensive with not only great French dishes and Italian dishes generally but great local dishes too and portions are generous. Word of warning the large portions of pasta are large like a platter! All the dishes are fresh and delicious. My veggie friend enjoyed is fare and I enjoyed my steak and our other friend enjoyed his platter of fresh pasta large enough for a family of 5. The next time I had a lovely crepe but the fondue at the other table looked wonderful too.
4 based on 57 reviews
Bonneval sur Arcâs only slope-side restaurant in the ski season (this review), Le Criou also opens in summer for walkers. In winter for non-skiers there is pedestrian access via the Vallonet chairlift. The terrace has fine mountain views back down the valley or to the glaciers above. There is ample interior seating and the service is friendly.The menu has a genuinely local flavour featuring ingredients from the valley below. Starters include dried meats from the Maurienne region and salads with local cheeses. The Diot sausages come from the neighbouring village of Bessans, pastas include the Savoyarde âcrozetsâ and your steak, burger (or Diots) can come with a blue cheese sauce made from the villageâs own Bleu de Bonneval. Main course prices (2014) ranged from 9 â 17 euros.As the only on-mountain eatery in winter Le Criou could probably get away with a standard fast food offering from the freezer. Instead it tries to give a real link to local food and local artisanal producers, and that deserves both praise and support.
4 based on 129 reviews
Although Au Vieux Pont has a simple outside appearance (and very simple decor and furnishing inside - very limited number of tables) they offer tasty local specialities (very rich in calories - be warned !) at attractive prices.Service at first "restrained" (not uncommon in France), gets friendlier over the course of the meal (especially if you make aan effort in French).
4 based on 68 reviews
We look forwvard to serving you at our restaurant with a warm and friendly atmosphere. With a home cooked, perfected menu, come and enjoy our many local Savoyard specialties and dishes typical of our mountains, prepared with local produce.
We stayed in the hotel and took half board - the meal was simple and delicious. Soup, pasta with chicken, and dessert was ample and more than we needed!
4 based on 68 reviews
Perched in a tiny village accessed by walking from Bonneval-sur-arc, this cosy restaurant with beautiful views over the mountains greets you with the tantalising smell of baking emerging from the kitchen. Authentic Savoyard feel with pale timber fit-out, the menu is full of local specialities and home made tarts. We stopped for a coffee and ordered some tarts and waffles. Great large terrace out the front has beautiful views across the mountain. Not the easiest venue to access, but well worth the effort.
4 based on 76 reviews
This is a small cafÃ©/B&B right at the end of the Maurienne valley. We haven't tried the B&B since we (sort of) live in the valley but the cafÃ© is brilliant.The owners are lovely - very welcoming. The must-try winter offering is hot fruit soup - think the inside of a summer pudding with a dollop of alcohol served hot - wonderful!Unusually, they also make their pancakes fresh from scratch - most places make a pile in the morning and re-heat on demand. Vive la diffÃ©rence!A word of warning - Bonneval is VERY cold and VERY snowy in the winter - if you venture up there between November and April dress accordingly and have a couple of ski poles with you since the streets are not cleared and can be treacherous.Nonetheless, it's definitely worth the effort.
4 based on 124 reviews
Auberge d'Oul is both a restaurant and a small hotel. We would like to review the restaurant. Thank you.
The best restaurant by far in Bonneval-sur-Arc, Auberge dâOul occupies an attractive building in the tiny central square. With just four tables downstairs and a few more upstairs, reservations are required, usually for 7:30 or 8 PM. The staff is equally small: one chef and a friendly waitress. Since the chef leaves around 9:45, donât expect to show up for a late meal.The food is terrific, plentiful, and reasonably priced. In addition to an a la carte menu, the 19 euro and 24 euro prix-fixe menus offer excellent quality and variety. Start the meal with a Rose-Pamplemousse, a tasty combination of rose wine and grapefruit syrup. After a hard day exploring the magnificent mountains, the mouth-watering aromas wafting from the kitchen offer a tantalising preview of what is to come.The quiche and salade de lâauberge make for delicious starters. For the main course, the beef with Bonneval blue cheese is delicious. The diot, a local sausage which is here served very lean. also should not be missed. It comes with two accompanying gratins â potatoes and local pasta, both fabulous. Stick with the cheesy local specialitiesâthe duck as is so often the case is too dry.Desserts are delicious. Make sure to try the pear tarte-tatin but ask the waitress to skip the spray-can whipped cream. It comes with ice cream anyway. The faiselle farmerâs cheese with berries is also a good choice.A neighbouring table ordered the Savoyard speciality raclette for three and the range of dishes that arrived was remarkable: a huge quarter round of cheese, and large platters of cured meats, salad, and potatoes.The prix-fixe menus offer enough variety to eat here for several nights â there is no need to bother with the other local eateries. But, remember to make your reservations. In summary, Auberge dâOul offers authentic Savoyard delicacies in all of their cheesy grandeur. Highly recommended.
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