Restaurant Review – La Chanterelle

Le Chanterelle is a well known restaurant on Mont Cheri, on the back side of the hill, just to the left of the Cheri Nord lift. Mont Cheri is a small ski area just on the very far right of the Portes Du Soleil area, just to the right of Les Gets.  It is very quiet...

Restaurant Review – La Cendree

It is one of those places that has always been there but went unnoticed. La Cendree has just had a facelift and is the surprise hit of the 17/18 season. The location is amazing, just opposite the Morzine ESF office on the main drag past the Pleney lift and right next door to the Piou...

Restaurant Review – La Chamade

If you’ve booked a luxury self catered chalet in Morzine you are likely to want to sample the culinary delights of town.  La Chamade is right in the centre of Morzine, right next door to the Spar.  It is a large fine dining restaurant with a reputation for having an interesting menu.  If you are...

Bar Review – Cafe Chaud

Located centrally in Morzine at 112 Chemin De La Coutettaz, Cafe Chaud is now under new ownership with new plans for winter. There is something going on at Cafe Chaud most nights of the week. The long running Sunday night Drum and Bass night is continuing with local DJs providing the music. On Monday there...

Restaurant Review – L’Etale

Reviewed for Elevation by Giles Towler Located right in the heart of town near the bottom of the Pleney lift and a stone’s throw from some of the most popular bars in town (and right next door to L’Opera nightclub), L’Etale restaurant is a popular location for both lunch and dinner with locals and tourists...

La Flamme – Restaurant review

La Flamme is a little restaurant next to the Super Morzine telecabin The menu is pretty standard with Savoyard classics and meat dishes, burgers and pizza.   We stopped for a quick mid week evening meal and had the Chevre Tartiflette and Royale Burger for our main course.  The tartiflette was tasty, just a normal...

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Rotonde Restaurant Review

The Rotonde is of he most popular restaurants in Morzine.  It a large place but they have zoned it so it feel homely rather than cavernous.  It is in a great location, just down the road from the Pleney but also just off the town square.  Its large sunny terrace makes it very welcoming especially...

Morzine Takeaways

If you have chosen to to come on a self catered holiday to Morzine, at some point you will probably want a takeaway.  So here is the lowdown on what’s on offer. Mammas Where the Seasonnaires are fed.  It is very Brits orientated with a wide variety of Burgers, pizza, wraps and noodles and even fish and chips. It...

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La Granges Restaurant Review

La Granges is a traditional local restaurant with a friendly atmosphere and a reasonably priced menu.  So it is always popular and gets great tripadvisor reviews.  Right in the heart of Morzine, it is tucked away behind the toy shop at the cross roads. The menu includes lots of traditional Savoyard specialties like fondue and...

Morzine Dining Experiences

One of the best things about going self catered in Morzine is being able to please yourself in the evening.  If you have enough energy left after a hard days skiing why not try one of these more adventurous dinner options. Morzine Dining Experiences The Crapahute – run by a local personality, Mark Dalton, the...