A group of 14 of us (ages 15 - 59) came here twice during our recent ski trip. On both occasions we took over the small basement room next to the kitchen and had a wonderful time. As discussed elsewhere the food has some traditional Savoyarde elements (the lamb with white bean mash) but it also gives an opportunity to escape the ubiquitous ham and melted cheese. Whilst the food is very good, what takes Le Delice to another level is the exceptional service, particularly considering the tiny kitchen! On both occasions our orders were a little messy (people sharing starters; starters as main courses etc) but the staff coped incredibly well and all of the dishes arrived at the right time, to the right people with no confusion, questions or dramas.
On our second visit (Friday night), there was also some live music in the main restaurant upstairs but the evening finished with the singer/guitarist joining us downstairs for an encore!
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