Dined here with the family on the first night of our skiing holiday. Were fortunate to get a table as most were reserved.
The menu was traditional savoie, thus we went for the raclette, which was very nice with a good selection of cold meats. My wife had a cheese dish with duck that she thought was superb. The only criticism was the portions were a little small, however more potatoes were given when asked.
The owner was very friendly and very helpful with explanations regarding the various dishes.
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