great Sayoyard food - specialise in Galettes make from Buckwheat which are gluten free. Good service and friendly staff.
We have eaten here for the last three years booking a table for lunch every day. The restaurant is perfect for ski school pick up at the main meeting point for ESF. The Gallette (pancakes) are incredible, tasty, varied, filling and good value I think they range from 9 euro to 14 euro, there are burgers and pasta as well... More
Had boîte chaud, which was melted cheese, with meats and three potatoes(boiled in skin) - really tasty but cheese went cold really quickly - €16, quite pricey, but it was a nice change. The savoury pancakes (la chevre and tartiflette) were nice, but most of the fillings were not actually served hot, which was disappointing. The tartiflette was more filling... More
La Praline was our coffee-spot of choice this year in Val Claret. It has an excellent location at the top of the main square, right next to Tufs lift. Food and drink is much cheaper than up the mountain (some things half the price!) and it is easily accessed by taking the right-hand fork after Bollin restaurant and dropping down... More
We popped into La Praline for a coke between runs down Piste H off Tufs. Good service. My daughter had a crepe which was tasty and well priced. The cokes were 60c cheaper than down on the Grand Motte area.
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