Authentic Savoyard Charm Magda Korzeniak, Ski Specialist

"Morzine is a very pretty village with really easy access to the surrounding ski resorts including Les Gets and Avoriaz. It’s also possible to pop over to Switzerland for the day and ski Champéry and Morgins – a great way to avoid the crowds on peak dates. There are great restaurants and bars in town, ideal for a spot of après-ski."

Dining in Morzine

Many of the hotels in Morzine offer fantastic 3 course à la carte menus open for non-residents, so it's definitely worth giving them a try.

Savoyard restaurants and those serving typical mountain food such as fondues and raclettes are in abundance in Morzine with Le Café Chaud being a popular choice - it's a good thing there's so much skiing available to work off all the cheese! L'Etale for a pizza as well as Le Clin d'Oeil for traditional French cuisine are also popular options.

The recently-opened La Rotonde is a hugely popular venue with a a wide menu ranging from pizzas to local dishes such as racelette, fondue or pierrade (where you cook different meats on a hot stone). 

For real foodies or for a special occasion, L'Atelier at Hotel Le Samoyède is widely considered to be Morzine's top fine dining destination, offering a Michelin-starred standard at slightly more reasonable prices. La Chaudanne also offers a varied menu with upmarket Savoyard dishes as well as as foie gras, scallops and a côte de boeuf -equally impressive is its wine cellar.

If you're looking for a restaurant recommendation in Morzine then please call our Ski Specialists who will be more than happy to help.