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 tartiflette with goats cheese on top but it worked well.  All the burgers come with home made french fries which were fantastic.  The burger wasn’t a huge portion but was filling and I wouldn’t have wanted any more.  We finished by sharing a deconstructed tart tatin which again, was lovely.

The prices were pretty reasonable and the house wine was good quality.  2 main courses, a caraf of wine, a dessert and a coffee came to €55 euros.   Of course if you wanted to spend more there were some great looking meat dishes and a much longer wine list.

The seating was more comfortable and modern than I thought it would be.  We sat in the terrace area which has a temporary cover but it was warm and wasn’t drafty.  The service was friendly and pleasant from the two young ladies who were running the place.

This is a great option for a reasonably price good meal in the centre of town.  They are open for lunch and dinner. We will definitely go again.

Their menu can be viewed on their website

Restaurant La Flamme
24 Taille Mas de la Passerelle
+33 (4) 50 75 78 09