Best European restaurants nearby. Discover the best European food in Valsavarenche. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for European restaurants near you. including Lou Ressignon, Le Vigneron, Bellevue Restaurant, La Cave de Cogne, Lou Bequet, Ristorante Bar Societe Anonyme de Consommation, Vinosteria Antirouille, Les Pertzes, la locanda dei sognatori, Cantina du Clou dal 1882
4 based on 489 reviews
Was staying in the hotel above and the restaurant below is truly exceptional. Beatrice is super professional and the ever-changing menu of regional specials is simply outstanding. We went for a selection of cured meats & salamis for antipasti and the blue Aosta cheese gnocchi for primi. This was complemented by an excellent local red wine. The fruit sorbet dessert was beautifully presented and very light. I wish I'd had the opportunity to eat here more than just the once. It's worth going back to Arvier just to eat your way through the whole menu!
4 based on 670 reviews
Lovely food. Service great. We went twice and fantastic took times. Dog was welcomed to. Can't wait to go back
4 based on 486 reviews
Ambience and setting were quite nice, traditional, though the table next to us had a very vocal babyâ¦The food was generally good, with an absolutely unforgettable suckling pig--truly delicious.Other dishes were good--overall, the food sets a very high standard.What let's Les Pertzes down is the poor service. Food delivered haphazardly--we waited five minutes for the last person to have their main course served. The staff is slow to respond to requests--another bottle of wine, another bottle of water, etc could take 10 minutes or more and several reminders.One of the waitresses was borderline aggressive in clearing the table, demanding in a very pushy way that we pass her the plates, even after we asked her to just let us finish our coffee.Would go back for the food, perhaps once, to see if the service issues were taken care of.
4 based on 271 reviews
Imagine a large round of Vacherin Mont d'Or (raw milk cheese) sitting in a wooden case and heated in the oven to melting, served with mountain grown potatoes, a variety of cold cut prosciutto, salami, capocollo and pickled onions and gherkins. Now imagine a thick hamburger size bun with the top cut off and the bottom side hollowed out to hold an entire rondelle of squishy melted brie, and served with a side bowl of boiled mountain potatoes wrapped in bacon; pickled onions and gherkins on the side. Wash this down with a glass or two of local select wines and enjoy the ambience. By the way the mountain potatoes are grown locally within 1000 to 1800 metre altitude. The village of Ossein just above Aymavilles is renowned for its dark skinned and sweet tasting potatoes. Recommended by locals and after a couple visits I'd bet this is the local hotspot in Aymavilles. The place was hopping each evening we went. There are cute outdoor open ended cabins for groups of 8 or so as well as tables and chairs. Indoors the ground floor is a bustle of the bar, kitchen and half dozen tables with more tables below. Staff are friendly and you can make reservations. The menu is on the wall offering about a dozen or so 'aperitivo' food options.You can't miss the place. Just drive into Aymavilles and just before the first traffic circle across from the 'Municipio' (town hall) look for a place to park. It's obvious.
4 based on 302 reviews
In the heart of Pila's mountains you will find tradition and modernity in a single place. You will find nice plates and goods Italian wines.
Located just off the natural halfpipe (take the Nouva lift, ski down the blue 5 then sharp right turn)Has a lake outside & nice seating area. Today snowing heavily so sat inside. Itâs a cool, quirky place. Serves huge slabs of cake, we had the apple cake & ricotta/ciocolatta cake - both delicious. Serves lovely hot chocolate too.
4 based on 983 reviews
Restaurants in the area tend to offer very traditional regional cuisine - here the young chef tries something a little different. Mind you, most products used are local and dishes are not outlandish, it's just that there is a bit more creativity, modernity and personality, which in my view is to be applauded.A vegetable tarte with courgette flowers came with a wonderful saffron sauce and was very pleasant (I just would have liked a bit more courgettes and courgette flavour in the tarte). Strozzapreti (sort of dumplings) were well-made and the sweet onion cream was excellent. A venison stew with polenta cream was perhaps a little mono-dimensional but certainly satisfying. The best dish of the evening was a delicate and perfectly cooked (steamed) local trout. Desserts were tasty and balanced (a 'crema di Cogne' and a yogurt mousse with wild berries), but they were the only two ones on offer - I think desserts are also about pastry work and texture, not just 'creamy stuff', and so perhaps a little more effort in this section could be hoped for in the future...(however the 'tegoline' -tuiles- with the mousse were good).Service was very pleasant in a quiet evening. The wine list could be improved and integrated but had some good choices. The room is great, and so is the mise en place. Prices are fair for the quality.All in all I had a very good dinner here, with carefully chosen ingredients of good quality and a skilled chef at the stoves. A few improvements here and there and this cute restaurant, still in its first year of life under the current management, could become a top one.
4 based on 334 reviews
The food was outstanding. Sabina, the owner, took care of every detail. My daughter needs gluten free and she and the cooks had many options including pasta. They also have a great wine selection and she walked me through many of the local offerings. There is a garden area out back for outside, mountain view, seating. From the front the cave looks like a small boutique store. Don't let this fool you. It is a hidden little gem with some of the best food, wine and service you will find.
4 based on 231 reviews
It is difficult to define one particular cuisine, certainly not with banal adjectives like good, tasty, creative, classicâ¦ Our cuisine follows the cadence of the season and uses the freshest produce cooked to order. The quality of our cuisine is evident i
Restaurant located in the Bellevue hotel, with very pleasant views of the mountains and relaxing ambiance (although the canned piano music was too loud). The cuisine, however, was nothing transcendant, with small portions and an expensive tab! The risotto was nothing to write home about, rather uninspiring, the pasta dish was tasty but I had the hardest time digesting it that night. In fact, out of everything we ordered, only the salad and the breads were really satisfactory...All in all, what made this experience pleasant was mostly the beautiful views. The cuisine was not worth the price!
4 based on 362 reviews
Marco and Susi will welcome you in their local to sample breakfast of muffins and homemade cakes, cocktails with frivolity, while in the restaurant tasty dishes created with raw materials km 0, interpreted in a modern and Pop.
We came to this restaurant through a local hint. Cooking is really excellent, professional and creative. Very fresh and tasty ingredients. Service caring and attentive. We'll be back, hopefully!
4 based on 1138 reviews
Was expecting something refined and delicious, but, being French, I guess I expected too much. The service was pleasant, as well as the atmosphere. But the food is really mediocre: the green gnocchis with cream sauce were totally bland, and so dissapointing! The medecine salad had too much dressing, and the polenta was tasteless as well!All in all, a low quality diner at a rather high cost!
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