12th Jan 2019
Megève’s mountain restaurants
Megève is well known for its amazing choice of mountain restaurants. Enjoy some of our favourites
What better way to lunch with all the family – or a group of friends – than in one of the resort’s mountain restaurants. There are lots of restaurants to choose from, to suit all budgets – from high-altitude, fine dining restaurants through to traditional Megèvan and convenient self-service. There are also snack bars and family-friendly picnic areas.
SB Ski’s in-resort team at the Hotel Chalet d’Antoine are happy to make lunch bookings for you. Please just ask at hotel reception.
Mont d’Arbois, St Gervais and St Nicholas
Chez Marie du Rosay
Another regular meeting spot for SB skiers. This is a popular self-service restaurant at reasonable prices with indoor and outdoor eating areas. When the weather is cold, there’s always a fire roaring inside. Chez Marie du Rosay is located at the foot of the Mont Joux chairlift so makes a good lunch venue, or is in a perfect spot for a quick coffee/hot chocolate break.
Tel: +33 (0) 93 03 55
Again popular with guests, the award-winning Les Mandarines restaurant is just a short ski down Les Mandarines green from the top of the Mont d’Arbois lift station. It is reputedly the oldest high-altitude restaurant in France! Choose to eat inside or out, but be sure to book.
Tel: +33 (0) 450 21 31 27
This Rothschild-owned restaurant is the place to go to be seen! Located within walking distance of the Mont d’Arbois gondola. Speciality of spit-roasted meats. Amazing views of the Mont-Blanc mountain range.
Tel: +33 (0) 450 21 31 26
This small mountain restaurant is truly tucked away in the woods, just off the Communailles blue run. It offers a delicious set menu, tried and tested for many family generations. Don’t expect to hurry though, this is an amazing lunchtime experience to be savoured!
Tel: +33 (0) 450 93 15 71
Located at the bottom of the Communailles blue run – and also accessible by road for non skiers. Eat inside or out, and enjoy spectacular views of Mont Blanc.
Tel: +33 (0) 450 93 12 76
A good lunch choice for skiers and non skiers. Skiers can choose to take blue, red or black runs to the mid-station, whilst non skiers or beginners can take the gondola down from the top of Mont d’Arbois.
Tel: +33 (0) 450 93 00 71
Just above the green run down to the Bettex gondola, located between the two drag lifts. Be sure to get there early as they don’t take reservations. Fabulous views of Mont Blanc from the terrace.
Tel: +33 (0) 450 93 14 58
This restaurant is to the right at the bottom of the Bettex lift. Well placed for skiers and also lower-end skiers who are confident on the green runs.
Tel: +33 (0) 450 93 12 22
Fantastic service, perfect place to stop for a burger, omelette, savoury crepes or a salad. All food prepared freshly to order and at reasonable prices.
Tel: +33 (0) 450 09 31 392
This is one of the most popular mountain restaurants in the St. Nicholas ski area. Just off the Gouet drag lift. Reasonably priced with good food and service. Get there early if the weather is bad, it is lovely and warm inside but there are not many tables! No reservations.
Tel: + 33 (0) 450 93 20 97
Slightly tricky to get to, so only accessible for higher end skiers. This restaurant is located on the ridge on the way down from L’Epaule chairlift to the Croix de Christ. Reasonable prices and a top view!
Tel: + 33 (0) 450 54 41 99
Picnic areas and snack bars
There is a snack kiosk outside Chez Marie du Rosay restaurant. La Terrasse de Freddy at the top of Mont Joux offers simple food, hot drinks and snacks. There is a snack kiosk at the Mont d’Arbois mid station, and there are also picnic tables.
La Folie Douce
Conveniently positioned at the top of Mont Joux six-man chair. A trendy lunch place. Sit out on the terrace – or enjoy the party in the afternoon. Live music (from about 3pm) until the pistes close!
Tel: +33 (0) 450 58 99 67