Le Loup Blanc: This family-run restaurant serves traditional Savoyard cuisine in Plagne 1800. Expect soft lighting, Savoyard-heart shaped decorations and creative art designs made from French wine bottle corks on the ceilings. Despite its ample seating area upstairs of 110 seats, it maintains a genuine cosy feel and makes for a great evening out for both large groups and romantic couples. Just off-piste near the 1800 chairlift in Plagne 1800, Le Loup Blanc also attracts many visitors during the day looking to refuel at lunchtime with a lovely wooden decking area outside to take in the views and soak up the sunshine while you dine alfresco.
Le Panoramic and L'Arlequin: Found in the village of Aime 2000, both serve traditional French Savoyard cuisine. What sets these two restaurants apart from the rest? The owners! George and his wife Monique are the most charming, authentic and friendly French couple you will ever meet with their welcoming smiles, outstanding service and fascinating thought-provoking chats. They have excellent working relationships with local food suppliers in the area, which you can tell and taste by the high quality selection of fresh meats, cheese and wine they serve. Boasting views of Mont Blanc, go to Panoramic if you fancy a relaxed chilled out dining experience or choose L’Arliquin if you want to splash out for a special occasion. It is easy to understand why guests travel far and wide to return to George and Marianne’s lovely restaurants where you instantly feel very looked after and at home.
Hotel Carlina: For some refined French dining, try the hotel restaurant in Belle Plagne. It serves elegant dishes, and there is a terrace overlooking the pistes if you'd like to lunch here.
Le Matafan: Also in Belle Plagne and serves refined Savoie cuisine in a classy chalet-style dining room.
Les Cavagnes Restaurant: Nestled at the bottom of the piste at Montchavin is a wonderful find for a spot of lunch. Natalie and Michel have been running the restaurant for over eight years and they are very kind and welcoming. Alongside sandwiches, crepes and a dish of the day, this restaurant is truly unique as it is the only place in La Plagne you can sit back, relax and enjoy a decadent glass of champagne for around five euros. Their soup dish is also a must as the steamy soup is served in an edible bowl made entirely of delicious bread.