We came here with the kids. We had thought it was the old creperie and didn't realise it had changed hands. However, we decided to stay, the place did have Creperie written outside and we thought we would just have them for desert. Having been second to book that night, and first to arrive, we were placed at a table right by the door which was freezing. When we asked to move table (the place was still empty) we were refused on grounds we had been last to book...untrue. We got very indifferent service from the waitress taking drinks orders. They didn't even do crepes for desert at night and the last straw was their look of utter contempt when asked for vegetarian options for our daughter. A salad was their only suggestion. On complaining we were 'put straight' rather than listened to by the manageress who claimed a salad is all anyone would provide for vegetarians in Avoriaz (untrue). We left and no attempt was made to accomodate us and attempt to make us feel in the least bit valued. The menu looked OK but not very original and it wasn't particularly cheap. I don't think we missed much. Walked up to Au Briska....a very different story.
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