This is one of the best restaurants I've been to in the Alps,first tip it gets busy so make sure you book even in low season as the locals use it,which is always a good sign. The food is very good and always fresh,I've eaten here many times winter and summer and never been disappointed. A good mix of traditional French regional food and Italian is available plus many others,even a fussy eater should be fine here. Drinks are a little expensive but spirits are doubles,so it's not too bad.Give L'Outa a visit I'm sure you won't be disappointed.
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