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We dined here twice last week really lovely place to eat - delicious wine and food. Fillet steak with mash the first night was unreal. Second night I opted for lamb fillet with mash it was a bit fatty for me personally but still tasty....More
We were looking for somewhere to get great beef, and we definitely found it here. With one vegetarian in the group, the staff were amazing and made something to suit her needs whilst furnishing the rest of us with amazing beef cooked to perfection! Beautiful...More
Despite a charming and cosy place followed with a pretty good service.
We deeply regret that the "Rognons" were really badly overcooked, followed with an extremely expensive wine !
The wine price is absolutely not commensurate with the offered quality !
We're deeply sorry for...More
The owner seriously knows his food and more importantly his wine. Started with an amazing champagne then white and onto an awesome red. Not cheap but worth it as it's a real treat. Four of us €650.
Lamb was amazing :)
We were recommended this place by our hotel - and it offers a welcome break from the traditional food available in La Clusaz. We started with Beef Sashimi and a Reblochon ravioli and the share the leg of lamb. The lamb was outstanding, We shared...More
Great find on a side street. My foody friends were not disappointed. From the warm, friendly service and a birds eye view of the chef preparing mouthwatering dishes, the best was yet to come. Our waitress was wonderful; helpful and knowledgeable. There was not one...More
If you only eat in one restaurant in La Clusaz, make sure it's this one. If you're not even going to La Clusaz, go and eat here. It's worth making the effort to go and experience, if you're in the town anyway you have no...More
I’ve known La Clusaz since the mid-seventies. It’s a lot larger now and the restaurant offering has changed (hasn’t it everywhere?) from very traditional Haut Savoie French to a great variety of food from cooked cheese and charcuterie to food with bells on that costs...More
This restaurant has a great reputation but I didn't order well and had a very odd Salmon dish which was cold and when I saw all the lovely meat dishes ordered by my friends I was disappointed. Ask the sommelier to recommend the wine they...More