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Where to Eat in Morzine

Discover the top Morzine places to eat

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There are a wide range of restaurants in Morzine and Les Gets to suit all tastes, and budgets. Below you'll find all the best places to eat in and where to find your favourite style of cuisine.

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At lunchtimes, most restaurants will offer a well-priced 'Plat du Jour' (dish of the day), normally consisting of locally-sourced meat, potatoes and a salad or seasonal vegetables - exactly what you need after a hard morning on the slopes!

BBQ Restaurants

Morzine

Situated at the top on the Nyon Telecabin the Inferno Terrace Restaurant is always buzzing; with the sizzling outdoor BBQ and wood burning pizza oven it’s just what you need after exerting yourself on skis or on your bike. 

Les Gets

Similarly, La Paika on the blue slope of La Turche in Les Gets is renowned for its BBQ buffets. It’s popular with expats, tourists and locals and is a great stop off for a big lunch on the way down the mountain. Shuttles run from the Marmotte Hotel on certain days through the winter.

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Breakfast & Brunch

Satellite Coffee (named after a popular off piste run in Avoriaz) is a really popular cafe on Route du Bourg in the centre of Morzine with delicious cakes, snacks and coffee. There are plenty of healthy granola breakfasts to choose from as well as more substantial breakfast sandwiches and rolls. Opening at 9:30am through the winter, it’s a great place to kick start your day. Prices for a main dish start at around 8€.

Just down the road from Satellite Coffee is Beanies Café Bar. It opens most days at 10:30am and so is more of a brunch place than breakfast! You'll find a great selection of coffees and cakes during the day. It turns into a bar at night, hosting some of the most popular bands in the area. It’s around 4€ for a drink and they also do a burger menu if you’re looking for something a little more filling.

Rhodos bar, which is just a little way away by the Mairie Bus Stop, does hearty breakfasts in the winter, opening bright and early (7am) if you want to get the first lift. Offering a fry up or a sandwich, or burgers later on, Rhodos has something for every meal of the day.

Also opening early every morning, is La Bonbonniere, the large bakery on the Route De La Plagne in the Centre of Morzine. It offers every French treat you can imagine with very reasonably priced coffee – you can sit in or take away if you’re in a bit of a rush to hit the snow.  A Croque Monsieur is around 3€.

The Marmotte d’Or in Montriond is quickly becoming one of the favourite brunch spots in the Morzine area. It’s on the direct bus route to the Ardent telecabine and serves amazing fried breakfast sandwiches and full English breakfasts. It’s open most mornings and evenings and it’s dinner offering is also proving to be very popular

La Kinkerne which is located next to the Prodains telecabin, offers hearty breakfasts from the traditional full English and American style pancakes, bacon and maple syrup. You can also takeaway breakfast baps so you have something on the lift with you later. 

Cafes & Bakeries

Morzine

Satellite Coffee (named after a popular off piste run in avoriaz) is a really popular cafe on Route du Bourg in the centre of Morzine with delicious cakes, snacks and coffee. There are plenty of healthy granola breakfasts to choose from as well as more substantial breakfast sandwiches and rolls. Opening at 9:30am through the winter, it’s a great place to kick start your day. Prices for a main dish start at around 8€.

Just down the road from Satellite Coffee is Beanies Café Bar. Open from 10.30am, it has a great selection of coffees and cakes for a leisurely start to the day. It turns into a bar at night, hosting some of the most popular bands in the area. It’s around 4€ for a drink and they also burger menu if you’re looking for something a little more filling.

Also opening early every morning, is La Bonbonniere, the large bakery on the Route De La Plagne in the Centre of Morzine. It offers every French treat you can imagine with very reasonably priced coffee – you can sit in or take away if you’re in a bit of a rush to hit the snow.  A Croque Monsieur is around 3€.

Les Gets

Alba Cafe is a great little coffee shop and cafe serving delicious breakfasts, cakes, pastries and homemade bread. You'll find them tucked behind Lou Baitandys hotel, near the Chavannes ticket office. 

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Child-friendly Restaurants

Most of the restaurants in Morzine are child friendly, with kid's menus and early sittings, but we’ve come across a few which go the extra mile! 

The Alpen Roc Restaurant has a simple interior but don’t let this put you off. It’s got a fantastic reputation for delicious good value food with an extensive kids menu. It serves traditional French specialities but also staple dishes for children including burgers, chips, nuggets and pasta.

Similarly, Le Tyrolien is great for families with a large sunny terrace and a small play area out the back it’s perfect for children and adults. Specialising in typical Savoyard cuisine such as cheese fondue and tartiflette, they also offer a selection of meat, fish and pasta dishes. Their wide range of pizzas come highly recommended.

Le Petit D Restaurant has a children’s service at 7pm during peak times, when children are allowed to eat together under their parent’s supervision. It’s just 400 meters from the Super Morzine lift within the Hotel Dahu. It’s also great for adults with a gourmet menu and an ‘on the go’ selection if you’re after something lighter.

Some restaurants don’t have children’s menus so if this is important to you, we’d advise you check when booking.

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French Restaurants

Morzine

French cuisine in the mountains tends to be traditional Savoyard dishes such as fondue and tartiflette - hearty and filling to keep you going on the slopes all day!

Le Grillon serves typical Savoyard cuisine in a warm and welcoming restaurant. It’s a good place for larger groups with its long tables and reasonable prices. Two strong recommendations are the tartiflette with mushrooms and the vacherin cheese, similar to a large baked Camembert served with cured meats and potatoes or chips.
 
Le Mas de la Coutettaz (also known as The Farmhouse) hotel and restaurant is the oldest building in Morzine and for a special occasion, is by far a favourite for both location and food. Built in 1771, this breathtakingly beautiful old farmhouse has maintained its traditional décor and is well worth a visit. A fine dining set menu is served every night from 8pm (with canapés in the bar beforehand from 7:30pm) except for Wednesdays when a Savoyard Banquet is served. Meals are 40€ per head and this includes a minimum of four courses (including canapés) and wine. Children are welcome from the age of thirteen and above, although if your child is younger and you wish for them to join you at dinner, please mention this when you phone. 

Set in a bright, comfortable and warm venue, La Grange offers you traditional, local and Savoyard specialities. If you want nothing but Morzine's traditional food which caters for all dietary requirements, La Grange is perfect for you. This restaurant is family friendly and they also do a well priced lunch menu. 

Probably Morzine's classiest and most expensive restaurant, L'Atelier offers you refined cuisine from a Michelin chef. As well as taster menus, Alexandre Baud-Pachon cooks fish, meat and traditional meals such as foie gras with spices combined with local products. This restaurant is perfect for a special evening when you wish to indulge your taste buds. 

If you want something just as special but at a slightly lower cost, L’Etale, which is located near the Pleney lift and l’Opera nightclub, is reputed to be one of Morzine's best restaurants. If you’re after traditional dishes like fondue and raclette, or you’re after something lighter, like a salad, L’Etale has it all. From my experience, it can get very busy, so book ahead and be prepared for a longer evening. I chose a salad which filled me up for the whole day, priced at 14€.

Sticking with the traditional French theme, you won’t regret a visit to the Hotel les Bruyeres. With a menu of fondue, raclette, tartiflette and other local Savoyard specialities, it’s an experience you won’t forget. It’s family friendly and open all year. Situated at the bottom of the Pleney slopes, you can easily pop in as you head home after a long day on the snow and, unlike most restaurants in Morzine, it’s open all year and offers a vegetarian menu on request.

La Dez'Alp restaurant is a traditional yet modern Savoyard style restaurant and brasserie is in the heart of Morzine. They're open for lunch and dinner, and serve up a mix of traditional Savoyard and French cuisine. Their desserts are to die for and the presentation is extra special. This food comes with a warning though: You won’t want to eat for a good day or so after. It’s very filling! You can also pop in for a cheeky drink or a crepe, as they also offer a cafe service too. 

Restaurant Le Clin d'Oeil, behind Rhodos bar in Morzine is popular amongst locals and is famous for it’s traditional cooking. It’s influenced by dishes from the south west of France, which means there’s lots of duck on the menu! As well as duck in its various forms it also serves more contemporary dishes like crayfish risotto, roast rack of lamb and BBQ spare ribs. The lamb would set you back 24€.

Wine lovers will love Chalet Philibert. The restaurant itself is recommended in the Michelin, Hubert and Pudlowski food guides. With a menu based on local flavours and dishes it’s already special, but the wine list is what makes it stand out. The list includes a fine selection of Grand Cru's in addition to locally grown wines.

If you're looking for a mountain restaurant with plenty of charm, Le Fangle restaurant has a roaring central fireplace and can be found on the pistes on the way down from Avoriaz to Morzine. 

In summer or winter you can't go wrong with a visit to the Petit Dru which has a huge focus on fresh ingredients and has been awarded the 'maitre restaurateur' title to reflect this. They're open in summer and winter and you can find them on the road to Avoriaz. 

Les Gets

La Piste Noire and La Pivotte are two charming restaurant based in La Marmotte Hotel in the centre of Les Gets. The menu at La Piste Noir combines both traditional and modern French dishes all made from local produce. There’s also an extensive choice for children, hoping to give the little ones their first introduction of typically French food. La Pivotte serves traditional Savoyarde meals including raclette and fondues which you can eat in front of a cosy log fire. Also at La Marmotte, is Restaurant La Bisktacha, a brasserie offering lots of grilled meat dishes with world flavours. 

The Christiania restaurant can be found at the bottom of the Chavannes chairlift on the right hand side of the front de neige. They have a reasonably priced menu including lots of local specialities and hearty, filling dishes. 

Chez Jeanne is a traditional style restaurant with a large sun terrace offering good home cooked Savoyard food, served to you on tableware made by a local potter. They're open in summer and winter. 

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Italian & Pizza Restaurants

La Rotonde is run by the same people who run L’Etale and is known for it’s friendly service and good value food. Although most well known for its pizzas it also serves lots of other Italian dishes with an extensive wine list. However, if you’re with people who don’t want to move away from eating the traditional dishes, it also has a typical alpine menu to choose from too. Based at the bottom of the Pleney lift, it’s easily accessible after a day on the slopes. 

Also famous for its pizzas is The Alpine Lodge. Alongside a menu full of Italian flavour are some of the more traditional Savoyard dishes and unsurprisingly, the ever-present fondue.

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Michelin-Starred Restaurants

Morzine has no Michelin starred restaurants but there are at least three in the resort that are recommended by the Guide Michelin.

L'Atelier at Hôtel Le Samoyède is praised for its local cuisine inspired by fresh market produce and featuring exotic influences. If you can't decide what to go for then you can try a tasting menu of 6 or 8 smaller dishes.

La Ferme de la Fruitière immerses you in the traditional ambience of an alpine cheese farm. Try all the local specialities such as Berthoud, Abondance, Tomme and Reblochon beside a crackling log fire.

Le Restaurant du Chalet at Hotel Chalet Philibert offers excellent contemporary cooking and an interesting wine list.

Pubs & Gastropubs

Something that’s appears to be gaining in popularity in Morzine, is the pub or gastropub, which offers the Apres experience alongside a chance to line the stomach.

Bec Jaune Brewery makes it’s own beers, often only serving two types from the pumps but has proven to be a favourite amongst locals and tourists. It has a short but very satisfying food menu, offering burgers, its renowned glory bowls (full of vegetables, meat and a delicious dressing), and wedges and nachos that are famous across the resort. It’s brilliant for vegetarians as they offer nutty, tofu filled dishes. Priced are around 14€ for a main meal. 

If you’re after a slightly lighter bite, and perhaps are more interested in an après experience, La Taverna in the main square in Morzine is a must. It does lovely home made hot chocolate out of a terracotta jug, warming mulled wine, and anything else you fancy drinking! It has plenty of snacks on the menu but offers more filling traditional dishes too, like Croque Monsieur sandwiches, Savoyard platters and tasty tapas.

Not so bothered about the food but want a good, reasonably priced pint? Then the Haka Bar, just up from the main square in Morzine is perfect for you. It sells tapas, chips and burgers, and during happy hour its pints drop down to 3€ (which is the cheapest pint I’ve found in the centre of Morzine).

A little up market from Haka Bar, is Le Coup de Cœur Wine Bar. It has a heated terrace for the winter overlooking Pointe de Nyon. It has a wine list that takes you on a trip around France and offers some delicious meals, from pizza and salad to a cheese board that will definitely leave you wanting more. Priced at 7€ you might even be able to buy a second platter!

The Aubergade Hotel and now the Cottage (both run by the team at Mountain Mavericks) are also proving to be really popular eating venues at the base of the Pleney lift. They have cocktail hours, drinks promotions and an amazing food menu including pies, burgers and huge Sunday lunches! They’re also great evening venues with a number of live music events taking place there each week. 

Cook Cafe at the top of the Mosettes chair lift is a great place to go for some of the best gourmet burgers in the area. Take a seat on one of their comfy sofas and enjoy the amazing views. 

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Take-away Restaurants

Mamma's is one of three reasonably priced fast food restaurants on Rue du Bourg in Morzine, and offers an extensive menu for all dietary needs. Choose from their menu of noodles, pizzas (at 10€), pasta and traditional British food (such as fish and chips). Although it is quite a small restaurant, there are three long benches, which enable you to eat in, or, if you prefer, Mamma's provides a take away service.

Le Schuss Creperie is a little hut in the centre of Morzine offering reasonably priced pizzas, chips. crepes and panini's if you just want to refuel before hopping on the lift again.  And don’t forget, there are bakeries galore in Morzine, offering fresh pizza slices, croque monsieurs, cakes and bread if you’d rather have a picnic dinner.

O’chalet is a great take away style burger bar in the centre of Mozine. It serves panini's, bagels and burgers, and is quick and reasonably priced. You can eat in or take away. 

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Vegetarian Restaurants

Hotel les Bruyeres is a good option when you have a mixed group of meat-eaters and vegetarians to consider. As well as all the usual Savoyarde dishes such as fondue, raclette and tartiflette, they also offer a specific vegetarian menu on request.

As well as making its own craft beers, Bec Jaune Brewery also offers fantastic options for vegetarians. The menu isn't massive but it features plenty of sharing food such as wedges and nachos, as well as their famous salad bowls and a number of nut and tofu based dishes.

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More inspiration...

We visit a selection of restaurants in Morzine and the Portes du Soleil each year. You can read about our first-hand experience in our Restaurant Reviews.

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