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Friendly staff. Not traditional french cooking. Lovely terrace, food tasteless and lumped on the plate. Served within 5 mins of ordering. Chips hard and cold. Husband had plat du jour at best average. Chicken dish cooked from frozen tasteless. Expensive for quality.
Remembered this place from last time I visited Flaine about 7 years ago and wasn’t disappointed, service friendly and fast, food good and portion size plenty, don’t plan on skiing straight away as you’ll need a coffee before you go to let the food go...More
My favorite place for over 10 years, spent unforgetable moments there but unfortunately the succes has turned the staff into arrogant people. After wating for over 20 min on a relatively empty terrace we started signaling but were being ignored. When we finaly atracted the...More
A proper mountain restaurant, loads of character, wood burning stove with racks to dry your gloves, lovely staff and delicious food, which goes beyond the usual menu choices for these parts. Prices are fair, and portions generous.
The Brownie is to die for but do...More
We have visited Flaine on many occasions, but we had only ever stopped at this restaurant for drinks. However, this year friends asked us to join them for lunch at L'Epicea, and we were so pleased that we agreed, as it was excellent.
Pleasant welcome, good table service and an interesting selection of Savoie and French dishes and wines. Well patronised by French skiers, which in my view is a good sign. Menu includes: foie gras; chili; and diots (local meaty sausage with cabbage in it - I've...More
The food was good and the portions large. The nachos and chips worked for 3 of us. Every mountain on slope restaurant t is expensive I know that but this one seemed overly so but was very popular with the locals. Convenient location.
We ate here twice during our holiday. The food was very good and included a substantial moussaka, chilli and melt-in-the-mouth confit de canard. Service is brisk. The shocker was being charged more than nine Euros for a large sirop with water. I couldn't really fault...More