Inspired Cuisine !
Traditional savoyard dishes of the past, were based on local production and readily available ingredients : potatoes, cheese and dried meats.
Chamonix perpetuates these traditions and you may sample delicious fondues, raclettes, tartiflettes, reblochonnades and other grilled cheese dishes. Not to be omitted is the famous « farcon », a speciality made with grated potatoes, bacon, prunes, raisins, egges and cream... delicious!
Once again the advent of tourism has contributed to the diversity of culinary skills and menus and one can discover dishes from the world over (Italian, Chinese, Japanese, Indian, Mexican....), with creative restaurants marrying tradition and gastronomic skills for the pleasure of all.
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NEW LOOK for this winter 2017-2018 and new products to taste !
Enjoy a lunch break at Chalet de Charamillon or a lazy deck chair afternoon on the beaut...
Taste the flavour of altitude!
The best place on the Grands Montets ski runs
Awarded restaurant master title in 2014...
A warm and authentic setting of an Alpine chalet that has an
exceptional view of the whole Mont-Blanc mountain range, near the Aiguillette ski tow. Tradit...
You are skiing down the Grands Montets pistes and you are looking for a fun place for a quick lunch? Don’t look any further than the Rider Café!...
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A "must-try" restaurant in Chamonix Valley with an absolutely fantastic view on the Mont-Blanc, the atmosphere is lively and the wine selection is authenti...
At the entrance of Argentière village, TEX-MEX restaurant and free concerts every week-end. JAM SESSION each tuesday....
In le Tour, village at the foot of gondola Balme-Charamillon, the restaurant "The Passon" invites you to restore you around a table with original flavors a...
Karen and Mylène propose a card changing according to the season and the market, as well as local specialities (raclette, croûte, fondue...)...