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  • PeterPoddy
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    Take your own food and cook at the campsite! The French are good for bread and cheese though……

    Premier Icon BoardinBob
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    I liked Le Tyrolien

    Cracking pizzas in a real pizza oven plus the spag bol was massive and tasty.

    http://www.linternaute.com/restaurant/restaurant/23448/le-tyrolien.shtml

    Premier Icon Shandy
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    Clin d’Oeil down near the supermarket.

    strike
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    2nd thunbs-up for Clin d’Oeil!

    Premier Icon binners
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    This is a good place for a few eye-wateringly priced beers

    budda bar

    And the place next to it does decent food

    hora
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    Not fried but decent and not overpriced?

    Or is it like a French-Blackpool? ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

    I found the food to be good pretty much everywhere but it was expensive!

    DrRSwank
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    The food is good if you stick to local stuff.

    Pizzas are always great there.

    BUT – the BEST place to eat in the region is the Marmotte just outside of Les Linderets. They do a really good tartiflette (and it’s downhill all the way to Morzine afterwards).

    rudedog
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    My wee brother works in Mammas – haven’t been but he tells me its top notch take away food (pizzas etc)

    Premier Icon ransos
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    We went here: restaurant

    Expensive, but worth it, IIRC.

    Premier Icon uberscott
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    This place has a set menu that’s really good value for money, and the food is superb!

    http://www.lachaudanne-morzine.com/

    (+1 for Marmottes in Les Lindarets too, portions are ENORMOUS!!)

    toys19
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    Another vote for Marmottes, my fave mountain bar.
    also good is the clin d’oiel especially if you like meat!

    allthegear
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    What’s the name of the one with the crazy wooden pigs outside??

    Anyway, I’ll know come Saturday!! ๐Ÿ™‚

    Rachel

    hora
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    Rachel I’m in the dark green giro madmax fullfacer, spesh SX if we meet….I will look out for a foxy-looking rider 8)

    randomjeremy
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    MTFU and just drink Mutzig in Robinson’s, who needs food? ๐Ÿ™‚

    Premier Icon cakefacesmallblock
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    Cracking spag bol at the restaurant near the lift at Les Crosets….In winter anyway, great carb / protein load on day’s boarding.

    Premier Icon Mike-E
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    +1 for Le Tyrolien

    woodsman
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    Wasn’t great when I went some years back. I did have one interesting meal though, in the restaurant that the mayor owned – freshwater Perch!

    Munqe-chick
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    Plus 3 the Clin d’Oeil but also the Cow restuarant I have no idea what it is called. The road the lush pattiserie is on (as if you are heading towards lift that takes you up to Super Morzine)it’s on the right hand side before the Supermarket. It has wooden carvings of cows (and pigs) out the front. The food is phenomenal.
    Le Tyrolien is good although that is still very French, ie cheesy! Cow Restaurant has different stuff, veal, steaks etc

    Munqe-chick
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    Allthegear…that’s the one I’m on about, we call it the Cow restaurant though ..it’s top!

    Premier Icon Popocatapetl
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    L’Etale just below the Pleney lift station crossroads is really good, about 14 Euro for pizza and 24 Euro for a steak. There is no where particuarly cheap for decent food in Morzine. As RJ says, have four or five Mutzigs at Robinsons, this will at least numb the pain of spending large quantitys of money until the following morning. Tuesday nights are really good and we had some mad performing arts band loose on the main street last week that should be detained in the local mental hospital! Great fun. ๐Ÿ˜€

    oliverd1981
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    Flambeau in Les Gets was top notch and very reasonable.

    Escalier in Chatel was nice too.

    Premier Icon BoardinBob
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    Plus 3 the Clin d’Oeil but also the Cow restuarant I have no idea what it is called. The road the lush pattiserie is on (as if you are heading towards lift that takes you up to Super Morzine)it’s on the right hand side before the Supermarket. It has wooden carvings of cows (and pigs) out the front. The food is phenomenal.
    Le Tyrolien is good although that is still very French, ie cheesy! Cow Restaurant has different stuff, veal, steaks etc

    That pattiserie was amazing! Rue La Plagne is where it’s located. Our apartment was right across the road. Fresh croissants for breakfast and amazing sweet treats for post ride goodness.

    Premier Icon BoardinBob
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    L’Etale just below the Pleney lift station crossroads is really good, about 14 Euro for pizza and 24 Euro for a steak. There is no where particuarly cheap for decent food in Morzine. As RJ says, have four or five Mutzigs at Robinsons, this will at least numb the pain of spending large quantitys of money until the following morning. Tuesday nights are really good and we had some mad performing arts band loose on the main street last week that should be detained in the local mental hospital! Great fun.

    โ‚ฌ14 is a bit steamy. Le Tyrolein does fresh made pizzas in a proper pizza oven and they were all โ‚ฌ9.50

    Premier Icon vinnyeh
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    Allthegear…that’s the one I’m on about, we call it the Cow restaurant though ..it’s top!

    La Chamade I think. Tops.

    Premier Icon binners
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    Don’t forget to look out for the goat. A trip to Morzine isn’t complete without it

    Munqe-chick
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    La Chamade..that’s the Cow restaurant! oh and boardingBob we can trump you … we stayed ABOVE the Patisserie…woken to the smell of fresh bread at 5am….and could shout over the balcony for a bag of croissants. Sad i’m not off to Morzine this year ๐Ÿ™ Thailand scuba diving instead ๐Ÿ™‚

    brakes
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    Clin d’Oeil down near the supermarket

    deffo here
    do the raclette – soooooo much cheese

    or there’s a restaurant next to the buddha bar which does reeeaaaaly good spare ribs

    Premier Icon portlyone
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    The Burger Place was tasty. What’s the place that serves up BBQs and hot pieces of slate for you to cook your own?

    Kuco
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    La Chamade had the spagbol in their and when they brought the bowl out I thought it was to share there was that much. Definitely didn’t leave feeling hungry.

    nickf
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    L’Etale has the most varied menu – the ribs are excellent! Not cheap, but nowhere in Morzine is.

    allthegear
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    Hora is in Morzine at the same time as I am? Should I be scared????

    Rachel

    allthegear
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    oh – and I’m on a bright orange Nicolai Helius!!

    Rachel

    nickf
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    Hora is in Morzine at the same time as I am? Should I be scared????

    And me – I get there on Saturday for 2 weeks. If you see either a bare metal Kona Stab or a silver Patriot 66 being ridden by a largish chap with a black full-facer, say hi.

    Premier Icon binners
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    Rachel – Just avoid any Benny Hill lookalikes rubbing their thighs at you like Vic Reeves

    allthegear
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    UVAVU ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

    Rachel

    Munqe-chick
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    Portlyone it’s called “Pirade” ace too …. even though you are basically cooking your own meat.

    allthepies
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    Rachel, you’ll be OK if you’re off MTB’ing in Morzine, Hora just sits in the accommodation looking out of the window.

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