Nice atmosphere in the restaurant. We had fondues, seafood and steak tartare when we visited. Not bad and good local wines.
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Its very worth searching this place out, its on a corner and I expect you need to book for the evening and summer time lunches. we fella cross it and there were tables free, we were very lucky. It is so quaint inside, traditional alpine decor, as is the food traditional. we opted for the amazing soup, raclette and a... More
This quaint little chalet looking spot decorated with fluffy toys was really lovely . Efficient and friendly service and delicious food . We had the fondue Savoyard with charcuterie and I had the salad with goats cheese toast , Parma ham and melon . Both were delicious and generous portions . We finished off with a melting chocolate pudding and... More
We did not book but a place was found for us for lunch . The restaurant had a wonderful ambience with Swiss/ French decor The staff We're friendly and attentive the food cooked perfectly and although busy the food was served quickly and was well presented Recommended perhaps worth booking first at busy tomes
Had late lunch with 2 & 10 yo kids in the traditional savoyard restaurant. Service was very children friendly even though the lunch was very crowded. Food (Tuna tar-tar / Game Ragout with Marronis and Polenta / Bavette with Madeleine pottoes) was well prepared, traditional and tasty with beautiful set up. Ordered glass of local red Mondeuse, which was good... More
We visited this restaurant as a large group (business meeting) and were placed upstairs in a larger room seated at 2-3 tables. The style is very rustic and I was anticipating a rather bland tourist meal of Raclette or fondue. However I was more than surprised at the excellent choice but also the presentation of the food as well as... More
We booked a table for four for Sunday night and we're glad we did as it was well worth it and very busy. Decor typically Savoyarde (we could have been in a ski chalet on the mountain), food well presented and service excellent. We spent 3 hours there but it flew by! Food towards the upper end of the quality/price... More
My wife and I stayed in Annecy for 5 days this October. We had a wonderful time exploring Annecy and the region. We had a wonderful dinning experience at the Chez Mamie Lise Restaurant.
we like the ambiance of mamie lize so we went again this year .we ordered a fondue 3 fromages when arrived we said pity is not too much but when start eating we said we will not eat it at all . it was so salted the lady told us the one of the cheese was salted and she took... More
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