Magnificent Mont Blanc Adam Luto, Ski Specialist

"What could be better than a short transfer, one of the largest ski areas in Europe and a huge choice of restaurants and bars for a bit of après-ski? Nothing! That's why Chamonix is world famous, and skiers return year after year!"

Dining in Chamonix

If you're looking for a meal out in Chamonix, you'll be spoilt for choice with options ranging from the Michelin-starred Albert 1er at the Hotel Hameau Albert Premier to Brasserie L'M which serves up crêpes and galettes - perfect for a post-ski snack. There are options for all budgets and tastes from Asian to Alpine, with many hotel restaurants offering comprehensive à la carte menus to non residents. Some of our favourites include Le Matafan and its large fireplace, L'Auberge du Bois-Prin and for something a bit different, Munchie which serves up food with an Asian fusion twist. Italian Casa Valerio does excellent pizzas and Boutique Hotel Le Morgane's restaurant Le Bistrot is also a popular choice for gourmets. La Télécabine is open all day long, offering traditional dishes and a range of menus and it also has a pleasant terrace for lunch.