I booked this restaurant as a second choice as Les Chaudannes restaurant was fully booked, but everything happens for a reason. The staff were charming and very accommodating, not to mention patient, especially with the extremely boorish British party who , under the influence of too much drink, were loud and obnoxious, which seemed to be the case with lots of British groups in Morzine, where, we were informed, a third of the population is British.
The food is extremely fresh, well presented and excellently cooked. I chose fish and others in my party chose the Charelais beef and the lamb. All of us agreed it was one of the best meals we had experienced. The chocolate dessert looked sumptuous and I was advised that it was (and too good to share).
The décor was alpine wood but with a modern twist of huge windows looking out onto the floodlit Plenty lift. We had a table right by the window.
Good wine, great food, charming staff (I don't agree with some of the other reviews on this).
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