Nice ambience with great views of the valley. Good and friendly service. Not rapid but perfectly reasonable, we arrived at 19h30 and were finished by 21h. Interesting menu with local Savoyard choices (such as beef rib topped with Abondance) and less local options (e.g. large selection of pizzas). Nice size portions. In the end we limited ourselves to a fondue with morilles mushrooms for two which may not have been the best fondue we’ve ever had but was still excellent with good consistency along the whole meal (without separating out or becoming increasingly solid as happens sometimes) and with plenty of mushroomy aroma. This was accompanied by a little wine (a Chardonnay and an organic Côte de Rhône) served by the glass and of good quality without forcing us to buy a whole bottle. We finished up with a ‘café gourmand’ which consisted of a selection of specifically prepared mini-deserts rather than off-cuts from full size cakes. The bill was absolutely correct and we left feeling that we’d eaten very well. We’ll almost certainly go back before the end of the week.
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