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Reviewed March 18, 2020

Four of us visited Le Bouc Blanc on 05/03/20, based on a recommendation from our chalet hosts. As we were staying in La Tania, we hopped on the bubble lift and we were there in about ten minutes. The views are simply magnificent - panoramic...- and well worth seeing. The restaurant is a lovely (very large) cabin type building, immaculately kept and fully of lovely furniture and skiing memorabilia. We all have tartiflette, with the side salad and the charcuterie board - it was absolutely delicious and i cannot recommend it enough. I have never had tartiflette before and feel slightly sad about that :) The lady that served us was wonderfully friendly and polite, which made for an even nicer experience. Highly recommended!!!More

Date of visit: March 2020
Reviewed March 14, 2020

Visited this restaurant twice whilst we were on the slopes. Quick service. Fresh food and a nice atmosphere. Generous portion sizes and nice staff members.

Date of visit: March 2020
Reviewed March 5, 2020 via mobile

Always great food and service. I love their tartiflette with salad and cold meat. However all their food options are good and very generous portions for those that are hungry. Easy to get to whether skiing or on foot (walking it via the gondola from...La tania). Lovely views inside and out.More

Date of visit: March 2020
Reviewed March 3, 2020 via mobile

We had lunch for 12 of us to celebrate my daughters 20th birthday. Service, food, view and price were all great. Tartiflette was delicious as was the Belfort cheese tart. All helped by the fact we had a glorious day. We had a table upstairs...with uninterrupted views of the slopes. The waitress, although extremely busy, was very helpful, smiley and tentative. We’ll be back.More

Date of visit: March 2020
Reviewed February 29, 2020 via mobile

Set just above Bouc Blanc Red piste this sprawling alpine eatery serves hearty portions of Savoyard staples from mid morning til late afternoon. We pretty much ate there everyday mainly due to its proximity to the top of the La Tania ‘bubble’ ... but also...because the food was decent quality and not too crazy priced given its location. Great tartiflette, filling carbonaras and bolognaise and some specialités de la region. Kids menu reasonably priced for 2 courses under €15 so you can’t go wrong really. The only sticking point is it gets crowded and the allocation of tables is very francais (eg arbritary!) either get there just before midday OR be patient, a table or sofa space usually comes free inside 10 mins. Once you have a spot the service is fast efficient and friendly tho.More

Date of visit: February 2020
Reviewed February 24, 2020 via mobile

We have eaten at the snack hut outside and inside the restaurant on our recent family ski trip. Food excellent. Portion sizes large! Toilets on the same level - no stairs in ski boots!

Date of visit: February 2020
Reviewed February 19, 2020

Excellent lunch and end of day drinks at a reasonable price. We visited a number of times during the week.

Date of visit: February 2020
Reviewed February 17, 2020

I've lived and worked in La Tania, I go to Courchevel every year to ski and I know food. My family and I stopped here above La Tania to have a nice, sun-soaked, terrace lunch on a Saturday in February 2020. ...the place has a...huge terrace, we are whisked to a lovely table by our handsome, sapphire-eyed waiter and after ordering kids' menus and mains, we only have to wait around ten minutes before the food and drink arrives. So far so good (even if the food was average) ... The pause between finishing our mains (which were very average - my diots au vin blanc were two diots served with a lot of fries and about 1 tablespoon of 'sauce') and having any sort of attention from our waiter was roughly an hour. We kept trying the waving hand technique, but were being ignored by our waiter. Finally, as we saw the queues growing and the waiters in general looking hot and bothered, we gave up after calling our waiter over (around 4 times ) and said 'sorry, we don't have time to wait, can we have the bill without the kids' desserts please?'. He looked like we'd told him to go spit in his manager's face. What followed caused our jaws to drop several metres and me to be physically bundled out of the restaurant. The 'madame' running the restaurant looked like she was having a very crappy day, and refused to give us any sort of leeway ; we were going to pay for all the pre-ordered food, whether or not we had eaten it. We refused, saying that waiting one hour for a waiter to NOT take our dessert order wasn't acceptable, and that we would only pay the meal minus the uneaten food. Well, Madame was furious, she started shouting at us amongst hundreds of customers, threatening us with her 'heavies' and trying to force us to pay. We'd never, ever seen such awful, naîve customer service. Plenty of times in busy restaurants in the same situation, you don't even HAVE to ask for a reduction - the manager sees that a good relationship should be kept with all decent customers and they don't charge for coffee etc, if something was amiss. The poor waiter (no blame on him from us) seemed frightened of the Madame - he offered to cover the disputed amount from his pocket, after bizarrely offering to let us come back in two hours to eat our desserts OR put desserts in our rucksacks... wha? Eventually - after my wife starting raising her voice and the whole terrace wondered what was going on, the couple told us to leave without paying. When I said that I insisted in paying for what we had eaten, I was pushed around by the 'old boy' in what resembled some sort of comedy Laurel and Hardy sketch. We left...Rev The old adage that a happy customer tells 3 people and an unhappy one 10 is true, and here we are - i will NEVER visit this factory of a restaurant again under the current management. My advice to Madame - sell up, retire and get some happiness in your life. Leave this idyllic location to someone who understands customers.More

Date of visit: February 2020
Reviewed February 12, 2020

Stopped here on the recommendation of friends we were skiing with and weren’t disappointed. Great selection on offer and the desserts were enormous - big enough for 2 to share. Would definitely recommend.

Date of visit: January 2020
Reviewed February 11, 2020 via mobile

Lovely little restaurant on the mountain with great food and reasonably priced for mountain 🏔 in France.

Date of visit: January 2020
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Hello, indeed you can access via the telecabine. However, I do not recommend this place. It is indeed nice but the owner is awful. She hates tourists and does not know what service means. In Le Praz you have indeed couple of... More
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