We ate here on our chalet host's night off on the recommendation of the resort rep; we managed to get a table for 10 at short notice. It's marketed as Italian but they do all the local favourites and that's what we all had: raclette, pierrade and fondue bourgignon.
The raclette was the smallest piece of cheese I've had - a wedge rather than a half - but just right for two. Our group all wanted a taste so it didn't go as far as it might. The meat and potatoes were very nice.
The fondue was what you would expect but tasty and no complaints. The star of the show was by far the pierrade. Electric rather than oven-heated we were initially sceptical but it did the job well, the meat was great and everybody was happy.
The staff were very helpful and tolerant of our loud, boisterous group and took part in the fun. The bar they recommended for afterwards was extortionate though so beware.
I'd certainly go back.
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