Courtpaille is part of a chain of steak/grill restaurants across France. They are done to a formula as far as decor goes, so if you've been to one and liked it, you will feel at home in another one in another location (sort of comfy fake rustic farmhouse feel to the interiors).
Extensive menu includes all the usual grill items plus salads and desserts. Their "1961" menu celebrates their heritage, albeit at today's prices! - there is 'la carte' as well as set 'les menus' options. Good helpings (steak came with pile of good fries and mini mountain of green beans which were piping hot), good wine choice (for a chain) and very reasonable prices. The 'Les Houches' location had great snappy 'service with a smile' and the place seemed almost full by 8pm, which given it's rather remote location on the edge of the village, was encouraging. Outside terrace for hot evenings. Would go again.
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