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“Great Duck”

Le Petit Chaperon Rouge
Certificate of Excellence
Cuisines: French
Dining options: Reservations
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Dining options: Reservations
Reviewed 17 March 2014

Atmosphere like an old building but not sure it was! Food was good and reasonably priced. I had the duck breast which was 2 breasts served pink at my request The duck was 24 euros and a rib eye steak similar. They seemed to very flexible in adjusting menu items to suit eg chips instead of parmentier potatoes an they did a grolle just for one. Happy to recommend for an evening meal but beware as you have to walk across the piste to get to it so wear sensible shoes.

Thank David-Rudd
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Reviewed 13 February 2014

We booked this restaurant upon recommendation from our chalet hosts on their night off. It was very busy for this reason and we had to wait about half an hour for a table. I suggest that you avoid that particular night of the week if possible! We had a drink in the small bar area, but this was very congested other groups also waiting for their tables - and it was almost a scrum!

We sat upstairs. It was very warm, even with a window open. The food was excellent (I had steak) and wine was reasonably priced. When we first sat down we were almost over-powered by the extremely strong smell of cheese from the Raclettes which just about every table was eating. One of our party initially felt quite unwell due to this - but we soon became accustomed to the aroma, which was still clinging to our ski jackets the next day! However, this is a minor point and of course it depends upon what the other diners are eating, so out of the control of the establishment. I think that if you feel you may not like the heat or strong smells, it would be best to book a table downstairs.

Our waitress was very chatty and looked after us well. In fact she took a shine to one of the guys and couldn't seem to keep her hands off him!!!

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Thank Pod-from-Sevenoaks
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Reviewed 6 January 2014

Quite simply, the best food in the La Plagne ski area. Very rustic and traditional atmosphere (very steep steps to upper floor challenging in ski boots after a van chaud!). Risotto to die for, an the plat du jour was extremely tasty. We ate out, lunch and dinner, for 7 days in various mountain restaurants in the area and none came close to the Chaperon Rouge. It does get very busy and booking is advisable.

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