You can't really go wrong in the "goat village", so long as you find it in the first place, along a deviation on the piste down from the Les Lindarets lifts to Ardent. Ski (or walk) through in winter (summer), a charming hamlet comprising mainly restaurants, snug at the side of a deep, narrow, valley - a real sun trap when the skies are clear. We've eaten here at La Cremaillere before, and went back again, and the quality of the food remains excellent. Watching the staff charge maniacally around is endlessly entertaining. Large range of traditional savoyarde offerings, with food that never fails to please. During high season booking helps avoid a wait at lunchtime (1230-2 seems to be the busiest period, but obviously this all weather dependent), but meals are served well into the afternoon, and we've seen plenty of groups settling in for what - presumably - was a long 'off-piste' glide into the day's end. Service can be a tad slow when busy, but if the sun's out, you're sat on the terrace (which is very large), and it's been a leg jarring morning, this needn't be a problem. You can also stop here for just a coffee / snack / beer.
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