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Please refresh the and retry. I n terms of culinary quality — but not necessarily price — the majority of restaurants in La Plagne hog the middle ground.
There are some exceptions, such as the Union restaurant in Plagne Montalbert run by UK Michelin-starred chef Phil Howard, and Le on the slopes in Plagne Montalbert with wall-to-wall glass windows at 1,m, accessed via the Montalbert gondola. The more interesting mountain restaurants are generally to be found in and above the outlying villages, such as Champagny and Montchavin. While one wouldn't necessarily expect to choose somewhere in the severe-looking Plagne Aime base building for an evening out, Le Schuss is an exception.
It serves traditional French cuisine as well as international classics such as burgers and ribs. The wooden surroundings are warm and colourful and there's also a terrace for lunchtime.
C ontact: 00 33 04 79 06 03 46; pepeetcie. T he gastronomically adventurous restaurant in the four-star, slopeside Hotel Carlina in Belle Plagne is run by chef Thibault Schach, who provides a varied menu with locally sourced ingredients.
As well as being a good dinner spot, the restaurant is also open at lunchtime and has a south-facing terrace - ideal when the weather's fine. Contact: 00 33 04 79 09 78 46; carlina-belleplagne. Expect starters such as beetroot-cured salmon or cashew nut hummus, followed by breast of duck with roasted root vegetables or fillet of cod with celeriac puree. Desserts are mainly British favourites including treacle tart and rice pudding.
Contact: 00 33 04 79 55 51 07; unionmontalbert. F or something different, book one of the small round Finnish-style chalets at Hotel le Cocoon in Plagne Available for groups of six to 21, a set menu is offered, which must be booked in advance. C ontact: 00 33 04 79 55 62 94; hotel-lecocoon. N ext to the main piste in Belle Plagne, Restaurant Le Hors Piste is a simple pizzeria that also serves excellent soups and sal at reasonable prices.
It has a pleasant sun terrace and a rustic interior of rough walls and wooden beams.
The kitchen serves tasty local dishes for lunch and dinner and it's possible to stay the night in one of the five bedrooms. Contact: 00 33 04 79 22 72 52; le-sauget. A bove Champagny, Le Chalet des Verdons Sud is a large wooden chalet serving traditional cuisine and has a huge central log fire. South-facing above Champagny, it has magnificent views across to Courchevel from its terrace.[SKI] Funslope - la Plagne
It also has a simple snack bar beneath the main building. E very table has a view in this striking, glass cube restaurant at 1,m, accessed via the Montalbert gondola. Le comprises a self-service restaurant on the ground floor or table service on the upper level. The menu includes delicate pastas and sal as well as meatier specialities. C ontact: 00 33 9 88 66 50 79; lelaplagne. We urge you to turn off your ad blocker for The Telegraph website so that you can continue to access our quality content in the future.
Visit our adblocking instructions. Expert guide to La Plagne. Snow reports. In resort Le Schuss While one wouldn't necessarily expect to choose somewhere in the severe-looking Plagne Aime base building for an evening out, Le Schuss is an exception. Hotel Carlina T he gastronomically adventurous restaurant in the four-star, slopeside Hotel Carlina in Belle Plagne is run by chef Thibault Schach, who provides a varied menu with locally sourced ingredients.
Cocoon Grill F or something different, book one of the small round Finnish-style chalets at Hotel le Cocoon in Plagne Le E very table has a view in this striking, glass cube restaurant at 1,m, accessed via the Montalbert gondola. We've noticed you're adblocking.
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The best restaurants in La Plagne, from British-run fine dining to burger bars and pizzerias