This is a small, family-run restaurant and one which I've visited for lunch quite a few times over the years. If you find yourself in 1650 (as it used to be called - it's something else now) at lunchtime, then you could do far worst than to eat here - it's on the main street opposite where you come down off the slopes and is easy to find.
This sounds a bit boring but I always have the tartiflette, because L'Arc en Ceil always produces the best version of this traditional Savoyard dish that I've had anywhere, but I'm assured by friends that the rest of the menu's just as good. By the way, the portions are very substantial!
It's nice to eat outside when it's sunny but dining inside is very atmospheric because it's somewhat small.
Recommended for a great lunch, and no doubt a very good dinner as well.
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