Les pizzas sont bonnes nous avons tester des reines pour notre premiÃ¨re commande. La pÃ¢te est fine et croustillante les garnitures ont du goÃ»t. Nos papilles ont apprÃ©ciÃ©s, et nous avons ceder une seconde fois en prenant la pizza exotique. Dommage que nous ne restions qu'une semaine
Called in and ordered 2 pizzas for takeaway on a Friday evening. They were ready in about 15 minutes which isnât bad for a Friday night as they were busy. Lots of variety including a duo pizza (half & half) and different bases. Friendly staff, good value & delicious crispy based pizza. Would recommend & visit again.
4 based on 78 reviews
Great position in the slightly curving Grande Rue of this genuine little market town - very French and nicely tinged with nearby Italy - as is the food. Excellent value menu du jour. Went there with a local person who confirmed that this was indeed very good Savoyard cooking. Need to book to get a good table at busy times eg August etc. will definitely return.
4 based on 51 reviews
We had eaten well all week in our chalet and just needed a good value straightforward meal before boarding the ski train. This did the job. No problems with it at all. Pizzas, pasta, a few local dishes, all well-priced, well-cooked and tasty. The wine was fine. The place was full, so do book. Most were heading for the ski train. It is literally across the road from the station - couldn't be nearer. You can stack your luggage outside (in sight) on the veranda.
4 based on 214 reviews
We had dinner at the Marmottes on a week day. Reservations were made but it was not a full house. Service was not too fast but very friendly and English speaking. The cheese fondue was tasty and kindly priced. Local wines were pretty good and at a very reasonable rate. Probably one of the better places in La Rosiere to have dinner. Would go again
4 based on 388 reviews
Le Restaurant le Flocon est une brasserie de montagne situÃ©e sur le front de neige des Eucherts dans la station de ski de La RosiÃ¨re Ã 1850m d'altitude.
Nice restaurant, both for a quick pizza as for a more extensive diner. Very Nice wine menu, fresh veggies and most of all: home Made desserts. No industrial baked oil soaked cakes here. Raclette and fondue savoyarde are of course in the menu. Friendly and professional service. Thereâs a bowling alley attached to the restaurant.
4 based on 66 reviews
We stopped here on a snowy friday evening whilst waiting for a train. Friendly staff who greeted us warmly despite having luggage and being covered in snow. Pizzas were fantastic and reasonably priced. Good selection of beers and artisanal ice creams. At no point were we rushed and other travellers were greeted warmly too as it turned out a few of us were all waiting for the late train.
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