Restaurants in Chamonix

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Want to eat at a restaurant in Chamonix? Discover the 10 best addresses in Chamonix with Barnes.

Albert 1er

A starred restaurant, Albert 1er has simplicity and perfection as its watchwords. The cuisine of this establishment of excellence located at 38 route du Bouchet in Chamonix draws its inspiration from the alpine environment and the neighboring region of Piedmont, by highlighting in particular the arctic char from Lake Geneva, the cannette des Dombes, the alpine cheeses and the white Alba truffle.

Website : https://www.hameaualbert.fr/fr

La maison Carrier

44 route du Bouchet, the Carrier house offers dishes of rustic inspiration, to be enjoyed in a warm dining room with mountain decor facing Mont-Blanc. The cuisine of yesteryear is revisited with inventiveness in this gourmet and generous country restaurant: quenelles of pike, rack of lamb, homemade blood sausage or braised veal chuck from Apremont await you there, for example, in menus from 28 to 46 euros.

Website : https://www.hameaualbert.fr/fr/restaurant-de-pays 

Le panier des 4 saisons

262 rue du Docteur Paccard, in the very heart of Chamonix, the 4 seasons basket is held by the native Thierry Roche. The Savoyard chef offers elegant and traditional dishes of salmon steak, back of can, grilled sea bass and Saint-Jacques, à la carte between 20 and 28 euros or in a menu at 34 euros. A discreet but essential address in Chamonix.

Website : https://www.restaurant-panierdes4saisons.com/

Le Cap Horn

In a contemporary chalet decor, Cap Horn welcomes guests at 74 rue des Moulins. Its large mezzanine room extends onto a panoramic terrace with a view of Mont-Blanc. The cuisine, modern and inventive, perfectly combines land and sea. The chef’s international influences are revealed through many Japanese-inspired dishes. A formula at 24 euros and menus from 35 to 45 euros are available to taste a whole sea bream roasted in the oven, assortments of sushi, a Wagyu beef carpaccio or a duck breast with soy sauce.

Website : https://www.caphorn-chamonix.com/fr/ 

Les Tables de Philippe

Gourmet restaurant located 718 route du Chapeau, the Tables de Philippe welcome you in the magnificent alpine chalet of Grandes Jorasses. Two rooms are available to you: the dining room where you can dine at the chef's table while admiring the work of the kitchens, or the Bistrot table and its 17th century decor. Chef Théo Hadzhiyski offers gourmet dishes of local cold meats and cheeses, mountain formulas of pierrades and fondue, and gourmet dishes where local products readily meet a discreet exotic touch.

Website : https://lestablesdephilippe.com/

Le Rosebud

Gourmet restaurant of the elegant Jeu de Paume chalet hotel, located 705 route du Chapeau in the hamlet of Lavancher, the Rosebud owes its reputation to its chef Eric de Ganck: its inventive cuisine gives pride of place to spices and aromatics. The chef works with seasonal products, respecting the work of local producers. You will taste the arctic char in Viennese, the Savoy lamb in a crust, the Magland snails on a chanterelle pie, offered à la carte between 19 and 34 euros.  

Website : https://restaurant-le-rosebud.com/ 

La Calèche

La Calèche welcomes you at 18 rue Paccard in an extremely picturesque setting to enjoy typical Savoyard seasonal cuisine. A family establishment created in 1946, the restaurant La Calèche offers fish dishes from Alpine lakes, cheese specialties from Savoie and Valais, meats and some vegetarian dishes. A Savoyard menu at 33 euros includes starter, main course and dessert.

Website : http://www.restaurant-caleche.com/ 

La Télécabine

At 27 rue de la Tour, facing Mont-Blanc and the Aiguille du Midi, the Telecabine invites you to taste the traditional and creative cuisine of its chef in a breathtaking setting and a warm atmosphere. A la carte, a selection of meat and fish dishes and Savoyard specialties to share. The establishment offers lunch options from 23 to 28 euros and a menu at 34 euros.

Website : https://www.restaurant-latelecabine.fr/

L’Akashon

At 50, place de l'Aiguille du Midi, L’Akashon is open all year round and in summer you can enjoy its beautiful terrace facing Mont-Blanc. Chef Julien Binet, originally from the Chamonix valley, offers formulas and menus from 32 to 85 euros which give pride of place to noble products: duck supreme from Dombes, black saithe cooked in its natural state or even salmon tartare and tuna can expect you there.

Website : https://restaurant-akashon.com/

La Bergerie de Planpraz

Altitude restaurant located rue Henriette d'Angeville, the sheepfold of Planpraz welcomes you on its beautiful sunny terrace facing Mont-Blanc to taste seasonal dishes cooked from fresh and local products: country hams, grilled meats. wood fire, fish from the Alpine lakes and cheeses from the Val d'Arly.

Website : https://www.restaurants-altitude.com/fr/restaurants/la-bergerie-de-plan-praz/ 

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