The Best Bars & Restaurants in Megeve
Discover the best bars and restaurants in Megeve, from fine dining to Savoyarde specialities.
With 89 restaurants in resort, including three Michelin-starred eateries, Megève is one of the most remarkable resorts in the mountains when it comes to gastronomy. Whether you prefer fine dining or Savoyard specialities, Megeve’s restaurants will cater to all taste buds.
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Best Megeve Mountain Restaurants
Chalet Le Forestier
Located in the heart of the Rochebrune massif, on the Forestier ski run, this rustic chalet offers panoramic views and authentic Savoyarde cuisine such as local charcuterie, cheeses, pies and soups to warm the soul. There is a superb sunny terrace for al fresco dining when the weather is fine.
Chalet le Radaz
If you're skiing on the Rochebrune or Cote 2000 side of the resort, Chalet le Radaz is a friendly family-run restaurant providing both excellent service and fresh food. Discover the culinary delight of Savoyarde cuisine or for a flying visit between ski runs, enjoy a sandwich from the sandwich bar as you relax in a deck chair in the sun. Situated at an altitude of 1652m, the restaurant’s terrace provides outstanding views of the Cote 200 mountains, creating the perfect spot in which to relax with a refreshing beer in hand before heading back to your Megeve chalet.
Located at the bottom of the Communailles blue run, L’Alpage Megeve restaurant has a cosy atmosphere and charming interior with traditional stone walls and a roaring open log fire. Complete with mountain paintings and pictures displayed around the restaurant, L’Alpage serves traditional Savoie dishes from fondue and raclette to tartiflette and pierrade, as well as several other typical Alpine recipes.
La Girafe Restaurant
Accessible on skis from the junction of Christomet and Giettaz, and for pedestrians via the Jaillet gondola, Christomet or Torraz chairlift, La Girafe is the ideal spot to gather for a long lunch. Enjoy panoramic views of the Val d’Arly and Aravis range whilst dining on Italian dishes such as polenta fries, antipasti and burrata salad.
La Terrasse Cafe
Another popular spot in Megeve ski resort and ideally located where the Rocharbois, Chamois and Caboche lifts all connect, La Terrasse cafe has a great atmosphere. With a large indoor restaurant, La Terrasse also has a vast outside terrace with excellent views.
Catering for all, La Terrasse has a children’s menu and upmarket burgers, as well as soy burgers for vegetarians. With its location right next to the piste and children’s Piou Piou club, this restaurant makes for the perfect meeting point to stop and have a hot chocolate in between runs. Following a long day of skiing, La Terrasse also makes for a great apres-ski venue with plenty of outdoor seating to absorb the sunshine.
Top Mountain Chalets in Megeve
- Chalet Hirvi - ski-in/ski-out chalet with a state-of-the-art cinema room and private spa.
- Chalet Les Marmottes - just 300 metres from the slopes this five-bedroom chalet has an indoor pool & hammam.
- Chalet Izoard - Provides fantastic wellness and entertainment facilities and ski-in/ski-out access to boot.
Best Restaurants in Megeve Centre
Found in the heart of the village, Beef Lodge is a must for carnivores. The decor features animal hides, trophies and leather whilst the cuisine is centered around high-quality meats including Black Angus, Simmental and Texas premium beef. The speciality is meat grilled in an Argentinian oven.
Continuing its success in Paris, Bambini has opened its doors in Megeve. It offers the best of Italian mountain cuisine from creamy polenta and traditional lasagne to escalope Milanese and beef cheek with Barolo. Don’t miss out on the Neapolitan doughnuts or giant tiramisu for dessert!
Located in the old Casino, this family-friendly trattoria and bowling alley has three gaming lanes and an Italian menu offering a selection of antipasti and Neapolitan pizzas.
A sister restaurant to the three-Michelin star Flocons de Sel, this village bistro in the centre of Megeve offers meticulous contemporary cuisine and tasty terroir dishes. The restaurant is open from Wednesday to Sunday for lunch and dinner.
Nestled in the heart of the village, Kinugawa is the winter outpost of the restaurant by the same name in St Tropez and Paris. It combines iconic Japanese dishes with signature cocktails and exceptional service
Located at the Four Seasons Hotel in Megeve, enjoy fresh sashimi, tataki and sushi alongside delicately prepared mountain specialities. This is fusion cuisine at its best.
Le Refuge du Calvaire
A ten-minute walk up to a small hamlet on the edge of town, the hidden gem of Le Refuge du Calvaire is certainly worth the walk, providing excellent local cuisine and charming rustic decor. A small family-owned restaurant, the staff of Le Refuge du Calvaire will greet you with a warm smile before spoiling you with a variety of authentic dishes. With a panoramic terrace in winter and summer, enjoy the beautiful view over Megève as you tuck into an exquisite meat or fish dish with a selection of homemade desserts to finish.
La Table du Trappeur
In the Chalet St Georges hotel in the heart of the village, this cosy restaurant serves good-value traditional French cuisine, often with a twist such as lamb shank braised with oriental spices. Make sure you leave room for dessert…!
This traditional restaurant at Le Fer a Cheval offers inventive, tasty cuisine according to the seasons. The restaurant prides itself on its local produce with meat coming from the best farms in the area, fish from the mountain lakes and cheese from the famous Boujon cheese factory.
Restaurant Le Prieure
From porcini risotto to goat’s cheese salad, the food at Restaurant Le Prieure has a traditional style with a modern twist. Once a tea room, the Frémondière family took over ownership of the restaurant in 1989 and has strived to provide an outstanding dining experience ever since.
The restaurant, together with the adjoining church is a listed building in the historical register providing a rustic interior with modern accents. With a selection of a la carte menus and dishes of the day, Le Prieure has a wide variety of dishes to choose from and a sun-drenched seating area at the front of the building.
Top Chalets in Megeve Centre
- Chalet La Connivence - Located within a 10-minute walk of many bars and restaurants, this five-bedroom chalet is a true home-away-from-home.
- Chalet Lamartine - this modern chalet has fantastic facilities including a cinema room and outdoor Jacuzzi.
- Chalet Eraldo - Located at the entrance to the town centre, this five-bedroom chalet has a soundproof cinema room and spa area.
Michelin Star Restaurants in Megeve
Flocons de Sel
With sweeping views of the Alps from its secluded location, Emmanuel Renaut’s Flocons de Sel is a three-star Michelin restaurant guaranteed to give guests an outstanding fine dining experience during their Megeve ski holiday. With delicacy and attention to every detail, Flocons de Sel is one of the most distinguished restaurants in the world with dishes including fillet of venison and smoked chocolate torte to finish. Casually elegant in an intimate setting, it comes as no surprise that this restaurant has been awarded three Michelin stars.
Le Table de l’Alpaga
This chic cosy restaurant which combines timeless decor with excellent cooking holds two Michelin stars and is certainly worth a visit. Chef Anthony Bisquerra draws on the culinary traditions of Savoie with the occasional nod to his hometown of Bordeaux.
With two Michelin stars, restaurant Le 1920 has a modern take on French Haute cuisine with an outstanding vintage wine list. Found in the Four Seasons hotel, this incredible restaurant uses a range of exceptional ingredients in original dishes from giant langoustine with avocado and grapefruit, to roasted veal sweetbread. Dine under the vaulted wooden ceiling or soak up the sun on the outside terrace with stunning mountain views.
Best Après-Ski in Megeve
La Folie Douce
Just as its counterparts in Val D’Isere and Meribel, La Folie Douce Megève does not disappoint when it comes to apres-ski. With live performances from singers, dancers and DJs, this nightclub on top of the French Alps equates to tabletop dancing, outstanding mountain views and great music to dance to in your ski boots!
Part of a chain of bars across France, Le Tigrr kicks off apres ski on the mountain at its Asian restaurant with DJs and live music playing throughout the season. There is also a champagne and cocktail bar in town where you can also enjoy a selection of Asian specialities such as dim sum and sushi.
Bar Tabac St Paul
For a more relaxed apres-ski scene, Bar Tabac St Paul is a popular spot for locals with a traditional bistro-style and sunny terrace. Providing an excellent choice of wine, unwind in this delightful venue not forgetting to pick up some souvenirs from the adjoining shop to remember your luxury ski holiday in Megeve.
Best Nightlife in Megeve
Club de Jazz les Cinq Rues
Perfect for a post-dinner cocktail or two, Les Cinq Rues is one of the oldest jazz clubs in France outside Paris. Enjoy live music from 7.30pm accompanied by various tapas platters to share with family and friends. The club remains open until 3 am.
Rendez- vous Club
Previously known as Palo Alto, Rendez-vous has been renovated with classy decor to include mood lighting and chesterfield sofas. With a cosy and intimate atmosphere, Rendez- vous is open until the early hours of the morning with themed nights and guest DJs.
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