Who wouldn’t want to visit Morzine?
This busy little Alpine town with a lively spirit is home to traditional wooden chalets, with slate roofs and stone foundations, ensuring that the village retains its lovable character and Savoyard charm.
Its popularity has increased hugely over the past few years and it is quickly becoming a favourite resort for those in search of winter snow.
However, skiing down the vast white blanket that makes this town so special, isn’t the only thing you should spend your precious time on when you visit
The Tibetan Café
Formally known as the Buddha Bar, this Café encompasses the spirit of India, Pakistan, and Asia whilst buried ironically in the beating heart of the Alps. A holiday within a holiday! The Café is tastefully decorated in Asian finery, giving the place a subtly romantic air.
Enjoy some decadent relaxation on their plush sofas after an energetic bout on the mountain, or raise the roof with their guest musicians!
The Tibetan Café is well known for its daily gathering of bikers and boarders, come to honour the season with a drink to steady the nerves on the slopes.
This Café also offers major sporting events shown on their giant screens for anyone feeling homesick!
Le Petit Coq
This restaurant offers a quaint and cosy atmosphere. Enjoy their crackling log fire while you order from their immensely varied menu, from fondue, to tapas, and curries, to steaks.
This restaurant generously caters to vegan and vegetarian diets with wonderful and inventive alternatives so everyone can enjoy a stay.
This cosy environment can also be made livelier, and often is, when they cater to groups and parties, providing that friendly and excitable feel that makes for great memories.
Le Petit Coq is also very child friendly and welcomes walk-ins as well as bookings, or perhaps use their takeaway service if the lure of the Alps is too much to be away from!
Le Chaudron is a very popular restaurant with a traditional, rustic style. Known for the warm and friendly welcome when skiers and tourists walk through the door, the customers flock to this restaurant for the service, and stay for the affordable prices.
Near the goat village in Les Lindarets, The menu is traditionally alpine, and typically French. Dishes such as tartiflette and steak tartare, set the mood for a seasonal, well rounded meal, made from fresh local produce. The restaurant has free Wi-Fi and an outdoor terrace from which to view the stunning sights.
Not forgetting La Femme Du Lac Vert of course!
Still the best place to eat, our very own chef was a quarter finalist in Masterchef 2006, and his menu is delightful.
The excitable atmosphere and enviable cheese board make our place the must see when you visit