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Plenty of restaurants...
Great French meals with music in an underground den, Le Caveau in Val Claret past the Grizzly bar .
My favourite is La Pignatta www.pignatta-
An excellent place to eat in Val Claret is the Couloir restaurant, situated on a cosy mezzanine over a bar. The food was absolutely brilliant, reasonably priced (for Tignes), the staff were friendly and there was not a fondue or tartiflette in sight.
If you hop on the bus and venture to Tignes La laverachet, there is a great bar called le Brasero which has a great happy hour! www.brasero.co.uk
Tignes has relatively few mountain restaurants. My recommendations.
1. High altitude blow out.
Top of Funicular lift. Tablecloths and posh service restaurant ( don't go to the self service which I think is over priced ) at over 3000m !
2. Mountain self service
Chaudannes chairlift. Lo Soli ( 0479 069863)
They will only serve you till 5.00 pm, as the piste patrol comes down and kicks everyone out.
3. No expense spared
Go to Le Fornet in Val d’Isere and from the top of the Fornet lift take the blue Magnard run, the restaurant is posh, but on a sunny day it makes all that work you do for the rest of the year worthwhile.
L’Edelweiss +33 610 287064
In Le Lac
La Montagne,, With your back to the Aero ski and the Maison de Tignes on your left, turn right up the street and its on your left. Great gallettes ( brown pancakes). Avoid the vin chaud here, great hot chocolates with cream. Great fondues here too.
In Les Brevieres
If you get a snowfall, consider skiing all the way to les Brevieres from the Chuadannes
lift. At les Brevieres, there are two or three out-
Just be careful not to spend all day in the restaurant. It is very tem pting!
Take the Grattalu chairlift, on the piste