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Where to Eat in Avoriaz

Discover the top Avoriaz places to eat

About choosing a Restaurant in Avoriaz

There's a wide range of restaurants in Avoriaz to suit all tastes, and budgets. Read our guide on all the best places to eat in Avoriaz and where to find your favourite style of cuisine.

Avoriaz is home to a multitude of restaurants that cater for all, so whether you’re vegetarian, coeliac, or just looking for a hearty meal after a big day on the slopes, look no further.

The centre of Avoriaz buzzes with life, even on the quieter days up on the hill. Terraces are enjoyed by holiday makers and locals with servers keen to grab your attention with an inviting atmosphere and menus full of mouthwatering treats.

Chalk boards with each restaurant’s Plat du Jour (dish of the day) are dotted around the main street, most costing you between 12-15€ each. Many of the plat du jours will consist of locally-sourced meat, chips and a salad or seasonal vegetables, a healthy calorie intake that you can burn off with an afternoon ski! Cheaper plat du jours will offer a sandwich, chips and a small drink, available at the boulangerie, or from Mamo’s Café in the Lindarets bowl. The restaurants will often offer a suggested dish, usually a speciality pizza which is perfect for feeding the children.

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Barbecue Restaurants

Hot summer nights, blue sky winter evenings, there’s nothing better than a BBQ to watch the sun set and say goodbye to an amazing day in the Mountains. There are plenty of places around Avoriaz, which offer a BBQ style dinner to allow you to have just that experience.

Le Lodge in Avoriaz is known for its fantastic BBQ on its huge terrace. Perfect on a sunny day, you can choose from a selection of meat straight from the hot plate. However, if you’re not into BBQ food, the restaurant always offers a plat du jour as well.

If you’re after a simple meat fix, look no further than Le 155 Steakhouse in the centre of Avoriaz. It also offers special menus, breakfasts and puddings that will make your mouth water. It’s not open all year round but does serve throughout the summer.

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Breakfast & Brunch

Never has a good breakfast been more important than when you are on an active holiday in the mountains and more and more restaurants are starting to realise this. We’re seeing a great number opening their doors early to provide tourists with breakfast or brunch. So whether you’re after a bacon butty or a coffee, there’ll be somewhere hoping to tempt you to their table from as early as 8 am!

Serving breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks all day long at the foot of the pistes, Le Fantastic is an extremely busy, popular bar and restaurant. You can ski to the door and it’s always with buzzing with people out enjoying the snow. Starting with breakfast from 08:00, they serve a wide range of foods including burgers, pasta, croute, galettes, crepes, salads and desserts all day long. Prices are reasonable.

Also opening its doors to people looking for a hearty breakfast is Les Fontaines Blanches in the centre of Avoriaz. Good size portions and reasonable prices mean the large sunny terrace is popular with locals and tourists alike. From French Alpine dishes to pizza, BBQ’s and lobster, there’s something for everyone on this menu. 

Mamo’s Café in Lindarets, is open for breakfast, brunch and lunch and is a beautiful spot to grab some food during a long day in the hills. Serving a variety of food including burgers, sandwiches, tapas and vegetarian dishes, Mamo's have recently announced their new Hard Wok Cafe menu of noodles and Asian inspired food.

Les Trappeurs also opens its doors bright and early for people looking to take the first lifts. Serving mainly Savoyard dishes, this restaurant is located in one of the busiest piste-side spots in Avoriaz. With an extensive children’s menu starting, it’s popular throughout the day and is accessible on foot or by snow.

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Pre-ski, there are a select few early-bird cafés that will whip up an English breakfast, crepe or much needed coffee for you. One of Avoriaz’s gems is the boulangerie, Le Fournil de Cannelle. As you walk in to what can only be described as the Aladdin’s cave of Avoriaz, you are greeted with the smell of freshly baked bread and fruit pastries. It is here that you will find the ultimate snack – although once consumed it feels more like an entire meal – reblochon, lardon bread for just 6€. This cheese, bacon and bread combination is the perfect take-away fast food on the mountain, for those more eager to ski than sit down and eat (it is also a great hangover cure for those making the most of the après scene). 

Most of the restaurants here serve traditional crepes as a dessert, however at Café le Fantastique, you can choose from a selection of sweet, savoury and also gluten-free crepes, made with black wheat. This lively brasserie/creperie/music bar has a full menu for breakfast and lunch, serving food from 8am until 5pm, and drinks right up until 2am. 

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Child-friendly Restaurants

In the heart of Avoriaz on Place Centrale you will find Les Intrets. It’s great for big group bookings because of its large terrace and big dining rooms. Serving the traditional Savoyard menu alongside contemporary dishes like pizzas and pastas, it’s also got an extensive choice for children. You’re looking at paying around 25€ a head.

Les Trappeurs opens its doors bright and early for people looking to take the first lifts. Serving mainly Savoyard dishes, this restaurant is located in one of the busiest piste-side spots in Avoriaz. With an extensive children’s menu, it’s popular throughout the day and is accessible on foot or by snow.

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French Restaurants

There’s no shortage of restaurants offering you that traditional, French dining experience in Avoriaz. They’re all trying to compete for your business, so each strives to sell the best fondue, the tastiest tartiflette and the top raclette. We can’t mention them all because there are so many amazing ones, but here are a few we’ve found that may tempt you in with their Savoyard charm. Remember, Avoriaz is much more of a winter town, so if you’re visiting in the summer, it’s best to check your that chosen place is open!

In the heart of Avoriaz on Place Centrale you will find Les Intrets. It’s great for big group bookings because of its large terrace and big dining rooms. Serving the traditional Savoyard menu alongside contemporary dishes like pizzas and pastas, it’s also got an extensive choice for children. You’re looking at paying around 25€ a head.

If you’re looking for a slightly more intimate experience, La Poya, also in the centre of Avoriaz, offers a Savoyard experience not to be missed. With soups, salads, crepes and other French meals it’s great for lunch and dinner. You can get there by walking, which in the height of winter in Avoriaz is quite unique!

If you’re happy to travel a little further afield, or even ski to your restaurant, La Pierre aux Loups in Chatel is definitely worth considering. Located in Plaine Dranse, at the top of the Pierre Longue chairlift, this restaurant serves mainly local specialities. If you want adventure with your meal, this is definitely for you. If arranged in advance you can take a torchlit descent down the slopes after your dinner!

A restaurant which prides itself on being open in summer is the family-run La Cremaillere, a little way out of Avoriaz in Les Lindarets. Serving traditional Savoyard specialities including fondue, charcuterie, snails, trout and various snacks, it’s famous for its atmosphere, value for money and location.

La Taniere, directly at the bottom of the Avoriaz pistes, is a great place to dine if you’re in a big group. Offering a traditional Savoyard menu and with a huge outside terrace in the heart of the après scene in Avoriaz, it’s a great place to finish a hard day on the slopes.

In the goat village of Les Lindarets, Le Chaudron Restaurant is hoping to tempt you in with its traditional Alpine cuisine made from fresh local produce.It’s known for its warm welcoming atmosphere and reasonable price.

Le Yeti Restaurant, just a few minutes from the centre of Avoriaz, is an extremely popular spot offering huge portions of traditional Savoyard cuisine. It’s famous for its warm service and lively atmosphere. If you can’t face a filling main dish, there are plenty of snacks to keep you going as well. Amazing views!

Cheese lovers! This one’s for you! Le Chalet d’Avoriaz offers a traditional menu on offer but the real pull is the “trio des fondues de fromage”. It's a 3-pot fondue where you can try 3 from a selection of 8 different cheeses. It’ll set you back around 25€ per person.

If pudding is your thing, Les Rhodos Restaurant in Les Lindarets is just what you’re looking for. Alongside a Savoyard menu, their home-made desserts, such as blueberry tart, are extra special. You can choose from the "à la carte" or go for one of the set menus, which are generally good value. Open daily from 09:00 to 17:00 in winter and from 09:00 to 20:00 in summer (1st July to 30th September)

In an old farmhouse building, dating back to 1860, La Ferme Restaurant has retained the warmth of an old mountain chalet. It’s open year-round in the village of Lindarets with lots of special menus containing all the local specialities you’re looking for when visiting the Portes Du Soleil.

Le 66 is a little less traditional than some of the other restaurants we’ve mentioned. Not when it comes to food though. Offering traditional French dishes in a more contemporary style setting, the restaurant in the centre of Avoriaz is also slightly more upmarket.  It sells gourmet pizzas and burgers and you’re looking at main courses starting at around 20€.

Also mixing traditional with contemporary, Au Briska, in the centre of Avoriaz hopes to tempt you in with its home-made pies, pastry and puddings. It’s right next to the tourist office, so if you don’t want to travel far, this cosy restaurant is perfect.

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Italian & Pizza Restaurants

Lots of Avoriaz restaurants now offer pizzas cooked in wood-fired ovens if you fancy a break from traditional French cuisine.

Le Fangle is a charming restaurant with a spacious traditional alpine interior and a roaring log fire to keep you warm on chilly days. You can also take part in a torch-lit descent back to Morzine from here, just don't be tempted by too much vin chaud!

With a colourful menu full of regional specialities, La Falaise has something for everyone. With lovely, alpine wooden décor, it’s reasonably priced with plenty on offer including pizzas, tapas and fish dishes. The plat du jour is 14€, expect to pay around 35-65€ for your main meal.

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Michelin-Starred Restaurants

Avoriaz has no Michelin starred restaurants, but there are a few recommended by the Guide Michelin in nearby Morzine.

Modern European & International Restaurants

If you’re looking for a spicier experience, Avoriaz has a few restaurants that are branching away from the traditional French menu to offer flavours from around the world.

La Cabane in Avoriaz serves traditional French dishes but also offers Asian cuisine and Tapas dishes. It’s a big restaurant that spreads over two floors and at around 35€ a head it’s not the cheapest place in the resort. However, it’s popular with people looking for an upbeat dining venue.

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Pubs & Gastropubs

When you’re on a skiing holiday, it’s fair to say, some people are looking for a bit of a party. There are more and more restaurants now offering the après-ski experience alongside good food menus. So if you want a bit of both food and drink, there’s a wide range of bars in Avoriaz hoping to give you just that.

With incredible views out over the Avoriaz pistes, Chez Flo is an extremely popular après bar, hosting some of the biggest parties and events. It also has a restaurant that’s always buzzing with people trying the full menu or the quicker express menu. It’s great if you just want to refuel before heading back on the slopes and, like most places in Avoriaz, you can ski straight to your table.

Meat eaters will love the popular Le Bistro. Specialising in Savoyard dishes, there’s also a rotisserie for a wide selection of meats. You can eat on the large terrace or sit inside in the restaurant. With a plat du jour offer, it’s reasonably priced as well.

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Sushi Restaurants

A rarity in the Alps is sushi, usually you have to drive away from the mountains for that kind of luxury, however Le Bistro has its own ‘sushi master’ who can suggest a selection of sushi and sashimi for you to try. Le Bistro is also renowned as one of the best venues for après ski, and they have a cracking cocktail menu to prove it.

Take-away Restaurants

We all know, that sometimes the snow is so good, you don’t want to leave it to go and sit down for a long lunch. Sometimes, you just want to grab a bite on the go so you don’t miss any time on the slopes. There are plenty of places in and around Avoriaz that offer food to take away and express menus.

Perhaps the most popular is Changabang Snack Restaurant. It's always busy whether it's lunchtime, afternoon or après ski. Their curly fries are to die for, as is the range of burgers, sandwiches and wraps on offer. With something for the kids, it’s an easy place for a quick stop off with a very friendly welcome from all of the staff.

Vegetarian Restaurants

Avoriaz isn't over run with vegetarian restaurants but there are plenty of places serving pizza and pasta dishes that will hit the spot. Le Fantastic on the snow front has a varied menu with plenty of options.

Mamo’s Café in Lindarets is open for breakfast, brunch and lunch and is a beautiful spot to grab some food during a long day in the hills. Serving a variety of food including burgers, sandwiches, tapas and vegetarian dishes, Mamo's have recently announced their new Hard Wok Cafe menu of noodles and Asian inspired food.

You'll also find that the typical Savoyard dishes such as fondue and raclette are often available without meat, as long as you don't mind plenty of cheese!

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