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We enjoyed a delicious meal on a snowy evening. We arrived at about 7 15 and we were one of the first tables however it very quickly filled up! It was a bit of a squeeze around the table but the food was very tasty!...More
Could not believe the welcome at this terrific little restaurant. We were in Chamonix as our son was running in the UTMB. We had just ordered our starter - a very robust salad - when we were told he was due to finish. We explained...More
The food was over priced and below average. The service was also, without a smile.
The 'Greek souvlaki'was more of a chicken en croute (wrapped in pastry rather than the usual pitta type bread).
The chicken spaghetti...was a fried chicken leg and a seperate pile...More
This lovely restaurant nearby the cable car to Mont Blanc in the Swiss Alps is wonderful.
Terrific atmosphere with traditional fondu specials with a variety of other dishes, delicious food in a lovely setting.
A special place to visit
Decent resraurant, unassuming and reasonably priced except for the wine. The cheapest decent bottle was €38 and that is a bit much for what is on offer. We had the Carafe instead, probably no worse taste but less than a third of the price of...More
The skiers would test the local variant of the Alpine tradition, Raclette. It was a really nice dinner with several varieties of cheeses, a variety of meats. Vegetables in different shapes and for this simple red and white wine. It tasted really good. We were...More
Arriving in Cham after a tiring trip, my daughter and I were looking for an authentic local experience. Nothing fancy: comfort food was what we wanted, along with an ambience that did not scream “tourist”. We stumbled into Le Bivouac almost by accident.