Morzine has a fantastic mix of bars, restaurants, wine bars, cafes and clubs. Our perfect ski day would take in lunch in the Vaffieu, on the Morzine Ridge and aprés ski in the Crepu and Tibetan Cafe. On your hosts day off enjoy some bubbles at the Coup de Couer before dinner at a TG favourite l'Etale. Every night feels like the biggest of the week at the Cavern Bar and if you still have the energy, you can party into the early hours at Opera or Paradis. On the chalet hosts day off we are happy to recommend restaurants and make reservations. You could sample French specialities such as Raclette (melted local cheese with charcuterie and salad), Pierre Chaud (meat cooked on a hot stone), or French classic cheese fondue. 

Maybe it’s just us but even after a great breakfast in your chalet, our thoughts turn to lunch round about, oh, first lifts! Luckily then that Morzine and its surrounding valleys have some of the best pit stops in the whole of the Alps. Whatever your budget there is something delicious just waiting to fix you up till one of TG Ski’s infamous afternoon tea cakes! Part of the fun of skiing is finding those hidden mountain gems for the best hot chocolate stop or the ultimate cheese feast. Our experienced team can make recommendations to suit your tastes, so please just ask, but here's a few of our favourites:


L’Etale – Probably the most popular restaurant  in town located just near the main square – This large Savoyard restaurant serves lots of traditional dishes such as snails cooked in garlic butter, raclettes, fondues, steak cooked on a hot stone and lots more steak and meat options as well as international dishes including pizza’s, fish and vegetarian options. http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Restaurant_Review-g207359-d968123-Reviews-L_Etale-Morzine_Haute_Savoie_Rhone_Alpes.html

Le Clin D’Oeil – Another popular restaurant with a more intimate setting located at the bottom end of town near to Dixie bar – Also serves a lot of traditional dishes in a slightly more reserved atmosphere. http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Restaurant_Review-g207359-d1729234-Reviews-Le_Clin_D_Oeil-Morzine_Haute_Savoie_Rhone_Alpes.html

La Grange –  Traditionally decorated serving similar dishes as the above restaurants, this restaurant is located on a quiet road in the old town. http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Restaurant_Review-g207359-d1141416-Reviews-La_Grange-Morzine_Haute_Savoie_Rhone_Alpes.html#photo

 La Ferme du Montagne – Just outside Les Gets, this hotel also has a restaurant open to non-residents. This popular restaurant offers a high end dining experience if you are after something a little more special. Please let me know if you would be interested in dining here as a we will also need to organise taxis. http://www.fermedemontagne.com/the-experience/the-restaurant/

La Chamade- Friendly, relaxed service in a nice atmosphere. Traditional French dishes with local specialities, as well as savoury crepes and wood oven pizzas, and they even a cheese bar in the basement! www.lachamade.com