Morzine restaurants really do have something for everyone. From your cheap and cheerful takeaway pizza to your Michelin Guide haute-cuisine menu, there is a vast selection of restaurants in Morzine on offer. It is now even possible to get a takeaway curry! At The Tasty Ski Company our chefs have one night off a week meaning that our guests eat out once a week – normally a Wednesday. Your host will have a chat with you on Saturday evening so that they can get you booked in nice and early as the best places get booked up quickly. Here is our quick guide to what Morzine restaurants have on offer:

Cheap and Cheerful

Dotty’s Coffee House

152 Rue du Bourg

www.facebook.com/DottysCoffeeHouse

Not really a evening spot but a fantastic little place none the less. Bagels and bacon baps are the order of the day along with lots of delicious fresh smoothies and milkshakes. Rated No. 1 restaurant in all of Morzine and for good reason.

French Rustic

La Grange

60 Chemin de la Coutettaz

+33 4 50 75 96 40

www.lagrangemorzine.com

Cheese, cheese and lots of cheese. They don’t scrimp on ingredients here and the fondues, raclettes, reblochonnades, and tartiflettes are excellent. It is also very reasonably priced at around €15 – €20 for a big main course. Try the enormous Raclette for two people.

Haute Cuisine

Restaurant La Chaudanne

509 Route de la Plagne

+33 4 50 79 12 68

www.lachaudanne-morzine.com

A very ambitious menu set in a beautifully renovated dining room. The food is possibly best described as modern alpine cooking with influences from classic french haute-cuisine. A good example of this is the home made duck foie gras marbled with chocolate and port. It is interesting and delicious in equal measure. Main courses are around €20 and the fancy 6-course tasting menu is €75 per person.

La Chaudanne – a Stunning Morzine Restaurant