Discover the best restaurant in Le Chable, Switzerland including Fer a Cheval, La Marmotte, Al Capone, Le Rouge Restaurant & Apres-Ski, Au Vieux Verbier, Le Caveau, Chez Dany, L'Ecurie, Restaurant La Grange, Marlenaz
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4 based on 287 reviews
Went there for lunch with my sister and friends. The staff were very welcoming and we very quickly felt at ease in this place. The prices are great considering the quality and quantity. I had half a portion of pasta arabiata and chips, delicious and well presented. Highly recommended!
4.5 based on 127 reviews
I have been to this restaurant every year for the past 20yrs and I still love it. Aimée and Lara are taking over from their father and they're keeping the charm of this place intact (as opposed to what happened to Chez Dany, which is clearly not chez Dany anymore)
The food is delicious, the view is great, the old chalet ambiance is cosy. You just have to hope that it snows hard outside to have the excuse of staying longer.
4 based on 233 reviews
Al Capone is a friendly Italian restaurant specialising in fried chicken. Service was excellent and the chicken was delicious. Pizzas also looked great though we didn’t try them. Worth the walk out of central Verbier.
4 based on 218 reviews
Accessible by sledge, ski, foot, bus or car, Le Rouge Restaurant & Après-Ski is nestled at the foot of the piste of the same name with direct links to the main ski domain. For some, Le Rouge is a ski-in ski-out destination for a tasty lunch on beautiful panoramic terraces. For others, Le Rouge is the perfect venue for après-ski (think Ibiza in the snow). For others still, the Le Rouge experience would not be complete without sharing an evening meal with friends, family or colleagues chosen from a refined menu inspired by local, seasonal produce. Combine these offers with a warm welcome from a young and vibrant team, a beautiful chalet-chic interior and it is understandable why people leave Le Rouge feeling like they have had a very special experience. A multi-faceted establishment with class and style but without any of the stuffiness, Le Rouge Restaurant & Après-ski is certainly a “must have” experience in Verbier. Virtual visit: https://my.matterport.com/show/?m=DQA49AAeUKW
A great restaurant as evidenced by the fact that we went back the following day for another first rate meal! The restaurant is ideally suited for a late lunch after a morning ski as it’s a very pleasant run done the mountain following signs to Le Rouge lift. On both days we did not have a booking but were lucky to get a table from a very welcoming and equally efficient staff .The menu is not long but has an excellent choice of starters and main courses - our favourites were the snails , foie gras and Asian salad .The burgers are absolutely fantastic and were described by two ( large) gourmands in our group as the best they have ever had and they have had a fair few ! On my visit I had ribs (delicious) and on the second ,lasagne which had a gloriously rich Swiss cheese topping and as well as meat both tomatoes and spinach all perfectly cooked. Last but not least the wine list is worthy of note replete with a very good selection of French Burgundies and Bordeaux.
4 based on 237 reviews
Sat down for lunch with the family outside in the sun tuesday january 23. We ordered a burger and a bolognese. Amazing food and drinks. The 2 waiters was very polite and serviceminded. Keep up the good work.
And they had chairs for small children.
Will return next time we’re in Verbier.
4 based on 280 reviews
Nice atmosphere (wine casket /cave). Central raclette team and friendly manager are a feature we enjoy.
We have been coming for years and rotate between the raclette and fondue bourguignonne. We are always very happy. The dried meat is also very good, among the best we have had.
Can get overly busy, loud and slow... the downside of its success.
We ensure we go at least once a year and more if possible.
4.5 based on 281 reviews
Tucked away in the forrest of Clambin is one of Verbier's finest mountain restaurants, with the most fabulous views and magical atmosphere. It can be skied to in winter months, accessible by bike or car in the summer and only a 15 minute walk from Verbier. Fresh and local produce is used to make up a menu with all the Swiss classics plus some dishes from around the world - Something for everyone!
We visited at lunch time in a group of 8 and whilst we were a little chilly sitting in the Terrace,this did not detract from the very good food we had. Restaurant very busy and service strained as a result of a party of 30 all eating at once ,but to compensate for the delay we experienced we were given an excellent vin chaud ! The food was very good and our group particularly enjoyed amongst the starters snails and onion soup and for mains,bavette, cheese fondue and the chicken dish. The restaurant is in a great spot for both skiers and non-skiers and so ideal for our group.
4 based on 141 reviews
It was very good..... now average..... I found the service less accurate .... smaller portions.. and less familiar as it was previously...... this is my humble impression.........
4.5 based on 142 reviews
We booked a week in advance to make sure of a table on Christmas Day. Nice atmosphere with friendly staff but overall, a bit disappointed with the food, particularly for the price. Definitely better restaurants in Verbier with L'ecurie being my favourite
4.5 based on 169 reviews
A restaurant in the heart of nature Situated at 1895m and easily accessible by ski or on foot, the cafe-restaurant La Marlenaz welcomes you seven days a week throughout winter and summer. Our full menu is served non-stop every day throughout the season. We recommend making dinner Reservations! We do not take Reservations by email. We speak both French and English. Tradition and Innovation Our menu is composed of both regional and international specialties, with a changing list of signature and seasonal dishes. With meats, cheeses, produce and wines from nearby Valaisian farms, our cuisine reflects the quality of ingredients, passion for our work, and local authenticity.
This mountain restaurant was one of the highlights of our trip to Verbier! We ate there on two occasions: once for lunch after we hiked to the restaurant on a beautiful early spring afternoon and again for dinner after a 20 minute walk from our taxi drop off. Both experiences were slightly different; our lunch was eaten on the beautiful Terrace overlooking the mountainside looking down to Verbier and our evening dinner was inside the rustic mountain restaurant on a quiet weekday evening. The food at Le Marlenaz is delicios. I had the spaghetti bolognase for lunch and my husband had the tradiotional Rosti complete (with melted cheese, egg and bacon). For dinner I had the Rosti with grilled pork sausage and my husband had the pasta bolognese. Wine choices are good and both times our food was delicious! Desserts are wonderful as well.
Besides delicious food, the walk to the restaurant makes this a unique dining experience. After our evening dinner, we even walked all the way back to Verbier under the stars with the help of a headlamp! Talk about romantic and unique...it was a highlight of our weeklong ski trip to Verbier! HIGHLY recommend it!
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