During your stay at one of our catered ski chalets in Morzine your chef has one day off a week on a Wednesday. This means that you will eat out one day of the week during your ski chalet holiday with us. Your resort manager will be more than happy to tell you all about the best spots in town and also book your evening meal for you on the Wednesday. Here are a few good restaurants in Morzine to look out for. And if you fancy a drink after check out our guide to the Morzine Bars and Nightlife.
Affordable Morzine Restaurants
– 30 Route des Udrezants
– +33 7 68 63 48 21
– Click here to go to their website
RAMEN restaurant is located in the centre of town and is the latest pop up restaurant by the team at Hideout Hostel. The super talented Sharif Gergis is behind the stove cooking up some mouth watering Ramen, Donburi, and Gyoza. So incredibly tasty and really good value.
– 116 Rue du Bourg
– +33 4 50 37 45 68
– Click here for their Facebook page.
Not really a restaurant but they do a limited menu with some fantastic pizzas. Delicious smoothies, milkshakes, various teas and coffees. Lots of homemade treats, both sweet and savoury. The ‘mega’ chocolat chaud is a real favourite which comes with extra whipped cream, chocolate flake, and marshmallows.
– Route du Telepherique du Pleney
– +33 4 50 79 09 29
A very busy spot in the centre of town. Something for everyone with a very big menu and an excellent pizza oven. Not too expensive and covers all bases – pizzas, pastas, all things cheese (fondues, raclettes), meat on a stick etc etc.
O Chalet Burger
– 77 Route de la Combe a Zore
– +33 4 50 79 17 18
– Click here for their Facebook page.
Best burgers in town by some distance. Super soft buns with a large selection of fillings. Personal favourites are the Blue Cheese and the Farmer Burger. Good beer on tap and also does takeaways.
Le Bec Jaune
– 220 Route de la Combe a Zore
A micro-brewery serving up their own exceptionally good beer. They normally have an IPA and stout on all the time + something a bit different. The food is also great with a changing menu most seasons although it tends to have a pan asian slant. Where all the cool kids hang out.
French Rustic Morzine Restaurants
– 60 Chemin de la Coutettaz
– +33 4 50 75 96 40
Cheese, cheese and lots of cheese. They don’t scrimp on ingredients here and the fondues, raclettes, reblochonnades, and tartiflettes are excellent. Prices tend to be around €15 – €20 for a big main course. Best place in town for all things traditional alpine. Located next to The Tasty Ski Company’s ‘The Grange’ ski chalet.
Le Clin d’Oeil
– 63 Route du Plan
– +33 4 50 79 03 10
Located at the bottom of the Route de la Plagne, the restaurant has a great reputation for it’s Savoyard classics, but also throws in a few more contemporary dishes.
Haute Cuisine Morzine Restaurants
Restaurant La Chaudanne
– 509 Route de la Plagne
– +33 4 50 79 12 68
A very ambitious menu set in a beautifully renovated dining room. The food uses quite a lot of local alpine ingredients but uses a lot of modern techniques to create a very refined menu. We recommend the duck foie gras marbled with chocolate and port!
– 429 Chemin de la Coutettaz
-+33 4 50 79 08 26
Located about 300m from The Tasty Ski Company’s ‘The Grange’ chalet and inside a beautifully renovated 18th century farmhouse. Dinner is a set menu which includes canapés, a three or four course meal including wine, coffee and chocolates afterwards. Communal eating in the stunning dining room. Booking in advance is highly recommended so not to be disappointed.
Morzine and the Portes du Soleil’s proximity to both Lake Geneva and Mont Blanc assures that the ski area has an outstanding snow record. Ski passes can be bought separately for the Morzine/Les Gets ski area, or for the whole Portes du Soleil ski area.
We recommend that ski hire be organised in advance before you arrive in Morzine. This is particularly important during the school holidays when the best Morzine ski hire companies book out all of their equipment before the week has started.
It is possible to purchase a Morzine / Les Gets ski pass (beginners and intermediates) or a full Portes du Soleil ski pass (intermediates and above). We are able to organise ski passes in advance for you, meaning they will be waiting in your ski chalets in Morzine on your arrival in resort.
Having attained the national tourist label ‘family plus,’ Morzine is very much a family friendly ski resort. There is a huge amount of choice for ski schools for children, and also a good local creche and several British nanny companies.
Skiing and snowboarding aside, Morzine ski resort has a huge amount to offer during your ski chalet holiday. Please see the below list of activities for a few ideas of how to spend your time when you are not on the slopes.
Whether a skier or non-skier, your ski chalet holiday in Morzine would not be complete without a bit of pampering and a massage.
During your stay at one of our catered ski chalets in Morzine your chef has one evening off a week on a Wednesday. This means that you will eat out one day of the week during your ski chalet holiday with us.
A ski chalet holiday would not be complete without the apres ski experience and Morzine has more to offer than most. A vibrant alpine town both in and out of season, there are lots of options to cater for various atmospheres and wallet sizes.
Morzine, in the heart of the Portes du Soleil ski area, is one of the most accessible ski resorts in the Alps. Situated in the Northern Alps, Morzine is just a 70 minute flight from southern UK airports, and the airport transfer from Geneva is just 80 minutes.