This restaurant serves traditional Savoyard cuisine made with fresh produce from local growers inside a rustic wooden interior.
Apart from a 15th-century weapon, "arquebuse" is a traditional herb liquor made with 33 plants, including local génépi.
The menu includes specialities such as fresh fish, grilled meat, fondue, tartiflette, pierrade, raclette, galettes, crepes and home-made desserts. There are set menus for lunch and dinner.
Open daily throughout the year for lunch and dinner.
- "Definitely the best restaurant now in 1600 for traditional food in a rustic environment. Always good service and delicious food at a reasonable Alpine price. Lunch also good outside in the sunshine." - Trip Advisor
- "The staff are endlessly welcoming, the food is great and the atmosphere just right. Despite all the hard skiing, it will take a lot of dieting to get back to our starting weight, thanks to brilliant Savoyard cuisine." - Trip Advisor
- "French and Savoyard menu. The Meat Fondue was excellent. Not particularly cheap but not eye watering and fair value for money. May be worth booking ahead if you want to eat later in the evening as they do seem to get busy." - Trip Advisor
- No disabled access
- Pets welcome
- Place du Soleil