We know that eating plays a big part of your ski holiday which is why we have written this blog post on the best La Plagne restaurants!
After a long morning or day of skiing, there is nothing better than sitting down to a well-earned meal, whether that be a traditional French dish or a simple satisfying pizza.
We have put together a list of the restaurants that we think are worth paying a visit – they all stand out for their own reasons.
L’Arlequin- Aime La Plagne
+33 4 79 09 05 29
This is arguably one of the best restaurants in La Plagne.
Located in the huge Aime La Plagne complex, reachable in the evening via telecabine, you are guaranteed a friendly welcome by George and Monique in their cosy surroundings.
The menu includes classic French dishes and Savoyard specialities.
Don’t forget to leave room for the chocolate moelleux or flaming crème brulée for pudding! Be sure to reserve a table in advance.
Le Grizzli – Plagne Villages
+33 4 79 09 07 62
If you are after a steak then look no further than Le Grizzli!
These are a highlight is this buzzing restaurant although there are plenty of other dishes on offer including Savoyarde favourites such as raclette and tartiflette, risottos and some excellent puddings.
Service may appear a little rushed but all adds to the charm and you are sure to be in for a warm welcome.
This is one of the most popular restaurants in La Plagne so booking well ahead is strongly advised.
La Refuge – Plagne Centre
+33 4 79 09 00 13
In the centre of La Plagne, not too far from our great hotel selection, this tucked away restaurant in Plagne Centre has a varied menu but it is the fondue, raclette and hot stone that come particularly well recommended. There is also a very reasonably priced set menu.
Service is efficient but friendly and there is always a comfortable atmosphere in the restaurant’s contemporary interior.
Au Coin du Feu – Plagne Soleil
+33 4 79 24 54 70
Au Coin du Feu may not look much from the outside but this little restaurant offers top-notch food.
Dishes include rabbit rillettes, escargots, steaks and duck breast as well as some vegetarian options.
Although the decor is contemporary, there is a warming wood fire where the chef cooks the meat in front of the guests, over an open flame.
Booking is recommended.
We hope you found The Best La Plagne Restaurants post helpful.
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