Visited forst time about 6 years ago while skiing with guide. In our last 2 visits have actually tried to find our way to the restaurant and failed - the restaurant is a little tucked out of way from the Le Fornet telepherique. But managed to get there on this most recent trip, and glad we did. Wandered in for lunch about 2pm and the place was packed. They cleared a table for us to sit and we had our best meal of the week. Be sure to book ahead. We subsequently reserved a table for lunch later that week and returned for an equally great meal of house specialty - beef cooked over charcoal at the table, with half dozen different sauces. Prices are also much more reasonable than the overpriced mountain restaurants. Service is gallic and gay. Will return every time we ski in the region!
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