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“Best place to eat in Les Arcs 2000”
Review of Le Savoy

Le Savoy
Ranked #7 of 80 Restaurants in Les Arcs
Certificate of Excellence
Dining options: Late Night, Reservations
Restaurant details
Dining options: Late Night, Reservations
Reviewed January 17, 2013 via mobile

My partner and I visited after a long day of snowboarding looking for a restaurant with a personal touch, something that we had not come across in Les Arcs as yet.

We had the fondue, which was large and very nice indeed. A good choice!

The atmosphere was good and the waiters seemed very helpful.

It is pretty clear to see why this place is currently rated number 1 in the area. It manages to add a slightly personal touch and some pride to its food in a resort that is littered with robotic waiters and rushed food. This is better, but can still impove.

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Reviewed April 30, 2012

Great food and location. Superb beer (Leffe on draught)

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Reviewed April 14, 2012

We came to this restaurant as a family of 5 who all wanted to go somewhere different from each other! Everyone loved this restaurant! Some of the dishes were quite interractive - where we cooked our own food, and the children loved this! We enjoyed the steak, raclette, and cheese fondue! The service was excellent too! :-)

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Reviewed April 9, 2012

We first came here on the Wednesday of our weeks ski holiday and returned for the next 2 lunches as it had in my wife's opinion the best goat cheese salad she had ever eaten in France. And my food was excelent as well. The Restaurant is virtually ski in ski out particularly if you on your way to the gondola or Lanchette lift 45.

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Reviewed January 29, 2012

We have been to this place for an evening meal (January 2012). We arrived 7-8 pm, and some people were already there. The decor is very nice indeed; However, the vast indoor space that may be great during daytime, doesn't actually do the job at evenings. Despite a growing number of guests it felt like in a hall rather than in a warm, mountain-style restaurant (even though we had a good table in the corner). The atmosphere was stiff. What is more, the staff could not decide whether to play the music louder or queiter (Michael Jackson - this is not a joke), and the sound level never fit the room. The lady who seated us took a couple of minutes to manage a smile, but she warmed up later on. Now, all this could have been just first impression, if the food had been good. It was at most average. The onion soup was lukewarm, the salmon was not as fresh as it could be, and the dishes lacked every single spice. That is, I would actually expect some more cuisine effort than a single parsley leaf on top of my salmon linguine; and I am not counting the balsamic vinegar in the salad, which came in great abundance. There were no complaints about the chicken, but if the French fries were home made, then I am Brillat-Savarin. Finally, the really good thing - the rose wine was delicious. Good things come at a price, though - ca. 30 EUR a bottle. Two bottles saved the evening.
BTW, a family sitting next to us tried a regional specialty, which was probably a Star Trek version of fondue. It was an electric device turning a quarter of cheese wheel around. The cheese heats and melts, and if you have no choice but to end up in this dull place, you can at least have a competition for the most original way of getting that onto your plate. That is, once you have completed the achievement of finding the electric socket to plug in this cosmic device (hint: the socket is under your neighbour's couch seat).

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