Les Menuires in the heart of Les 3 Valllées has restaurants to suit the whole family. We’ve selected the best places for lunch and dinner to suit every pallet and keep everyone happy.
L’Ours Blanc Restaurant: This slopeside restaurant has a south facing terrace and panoramic views over the mountains. The kitchen opens for breakfast lunch, dinner and afternoon tea. From midday they serve up a section of salads, grilled meats and homemade pasta dishes and desserts. Expect chalet style décor and wonderful service from this family run restaurant. The wooden decked bar with an open fire next to the restaurant is a wonderfully cosy après ski spot. Best bits: Huge pizzas, egg timers at breakfast to cook the perfect egg, well-stocked wine cellar
La Fromagerie des Belleville If you love cheese then heading here is a must. Traditional in every sense, this wooden clad mountain hut offers raclette, fondue amongst other cheesy delights. The staff are friendly and welcoming, this is simple mountain food at its best. Best bits: Try the caramel and gingerbread ice-cream, ask the Waitress to add an egg to your fondue before you scrape the pot.
Restaurant-Pub La Ferme de Reberty Head here for authentic mountain cuisine throughout the day. There’s a south facing terrace, which is perfect for an afternoon beer stop, and a pub which hosts regular après ski parties. Whether you’re looking for a gourmet dinner or a sunny breakfast on the terrace this place has it covered. For snackers head to the Igloo, a pizza oven that serves up pizzas from 9-1pm. If you’re looking for something special, house specialities include organic smoked salmon, wasabi beef sashimi and traditional raclette and fondue. Best bits: Try the house rum baba and the house burger.
Les Marmottes Situated right at the bottom of the slopes, this restaurant is great for end of the day beers. There’s a real atmosphere and an extensive selection of wine. The food here is typical of the region, hearty French onion soup, beef bourguigon and steaks, much of which is locally sourced. There’s also a good offering for kids and the desserts are a must try! Best bits: Try the steak, looking for value – try the set three course meal.
La Maison de Savoy This restaurant near to the Reberty chairlift has a sunny terrace, which keeps the sun for longer than many in the area. The wine list is made up of local Savoie wines chosen by the local owners who bought the place over 10 years ago. There’s a sun terrace with deck chairs, which overlooks the slopes making it perfect for an afternoon hot chocolate stop. The staff will even provide sun hats if you ask them nicely. Inside the restaurant is decorated in simple alpine style. Dishes on offer include house salad and quiche, as well as typical Savoyard mountain fare, all of which is homemade. Best bits: Try the pain purdu and the apple tart, good for a coffee stop.