Mountain Restaurants - Our selection of stops when you are skiing
Adray Télébar - (next to the bottom of the Adret chair) has a superb sun terrace, top-class traditional food and service. Get the veal with mushrooms, fantastic..must book +33 47 908 6026
Chalet Tonia - top of the Combes chair and ski to the right, off the beaten track, a peaceful, attractive mountain restaurant with large terrace.
Clos Bernard - Great food and if you book an earlier lunch service is quicker. Can be pricy if you stray off the daily menu ;) Follow the signs right by the Loze lift. It's a random journey through the trees and it will feel like you are in the wrong place, but it's well signed and you'll get there eventually. Less well signed heading back, but you end up on the run into Meribel Villiage
Lodge du Village - Meribel village at the bottom of the Golf chair. Very nice Italian food lively apres.
Les Castors - at the foot of the Truite run is an old favourite, try the pasta in copper pan +33 479 08 52 79. There is also a very good cheap takeaway sandwich bar next door.
Le Roc Tania - at the top of the Loze chair, lovely slightly up market restaurant with good food, incredible views from the fabulous sun terrace and an interesting launch pad for para gliders +33 479 08 32 34
Le Rond Point - Rhodos Bubble, good for pasta and burgers, Is a bit like being in Surrey but if you are up for Apres will get very lively and usually has live bands
Le Blanchot - Meribel Altiport off the Lapin Piste, under new ownership and some good food and if you don't stray to far on the menu can be decent value.
Azimut - La Praz village, One Star Michelin food at reasonable prices, the set lunch menu is tremendous value. Must book open 12h00-13h30 / 19h00-21h30
Bou Blanc - At the top of the LaTania bubble car. Large busy restaurant that has decent food at reasonable prices.
La Soucoupe - top of Loze chair 1850, Two restaurants the lower floor cheap and cheerful coffee, hot dogs and frites. Upper floor Pricey but very nice with open fire and steaks cooked to order.
Le Bel Air - 1650 top of Ariondez, Fabulous views, moderate prices and great for a long lunch, you must book to get a table +33 479 08 00 93
L'Alambic - In 1650 right of the bubble through the gap by the Hotel Golf.
Copina - Spanish tapas in 1650
La Table De Mon Grand Pere - The very best place in La Praz for a good value meal.This restaurant is truly excellent. Be sure to reserve in good time as it gets completely full most days. Tel: +33 479 08 41 42
Au Pain D' Antan - inside the Forum complex there is a sandwich shop that overlooks the climbing wall. Very good value sandwiches and cakes with quite a few seats. All the British Instructors hang out there...
La Chaumiere - VT centre area 30m past the tourist office, recommended by French locals. +33 479 00 01 13
Bar la Marine - Cascades chairlift, Set high on the piste with wonderful views, excellent food. +33 479 00 03 12
Chez Pepe Nicolaus - Tough one to find but is below VT and on the Chasse Red piste. Have lunch there and work your way back to Les Menuires and then home.
La Montagnard - This restaurant is at the draglift on the far right side in St. Martin and set among a row of old houses. Fabulous food with a wonderful ancient interior, you must book +33 479 01 08 40.
La Voute - In the square opposite the church of St. Martin. Fabulous food. +33 479 08 91 48.
Etoile des Neiges - St. Martin village not been but gets good writer ups..
Le Ferme De Reberty - Good value stop in Les Menuires just below the base of the Mt. de la Chambre chair.
L'Ours Blanc, Les Menuires - Down a small path off to the side of the Doron chairlift. Signposted off to left if skiing down the piste beneath that lift. Then skis off, cross road and up steps to terrace and restaurant.
Corbeleys - by the St Martin express chair- traditional, good service, friendly, good view. Moderate prices.
Chalet du Sunny - under Sunny Express chair in Les Menuires, nice burgers, salads and pizzas
Grand Lac - at the bottom of the Granges chair between Les Menuires is good quality and fast service at a reasonable price. I like having coffee there.
Le Trait d’Union - Not been there but I hear that it is a cute refuge off piste on the left, on the way down to St Martin ... mother and daughter serve three course plats du jour at a very fair price, needs good snow cover to ski into or a short walk.