When you have had enough of Savoyard cuissine (melted cheese in its various forms) or pizza (the two principal culinary styles in Samoens) give this place a try. It does what I call "posh peasant cooking" - I had calf cheek that had been cooked in a cast iron pot for goodness knows how long. It was so tender it just fell apart on the fork and tasted delicious. They do that and similar dishes. Very tasty, very well cooked and a welcome change from the excellent - but similar - food available elsewhere.
The two ladies who waitresses doomed very friendly and pleasant and the restaurant, on the two occasions we eat there, was filled with French people; with one or two smallish children around. Made it all feel very homely.
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