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Lundi 09:30 - 22:00
Mardi 09:30 - 22:00
Mercredi 09:30 - 22:00
Jeudi 09:30 - 22:30
Vendredi 09:00 - 22:30
Samedi 09:30 - 23:30
Dimanche 11:00 - 16:30
If you like savoyarde then maybe a higher rating may be in order BUT we went for the hock terrine (very nice) followed by the stuffed chicken with foise gras and an unctious sauce. In addition the Diot sausage and risotto was excellent. For us whilst the food was excellent, it was very rich and the heat in the restaurant from all the fondues etc made it uncomfortable for us.
Ski resorts can often be full of very average places to eat as skiers fill up on stodge after a day on the slopes. But L'arbe is a cut above. The food here was just fantastic and staff were great. Our French is not great but the waiter helped us with the menu and we all were really pleased with our choices. The chicken stuffed with fois gras came in a gravy that was sublime, we were all dipping our bread into it. I played safe with a mixed grill kebab, served on a skewer with salad and dauphinoise potatoes. Very healthy portion and the meat was tender. Other choices round the table included a venison dish and a fondue. All were delicious. The surroundings are all wooden beams and cosy nooks and crannies. I would advise booking ahead at weekends as locals all love this place and it can get really busy.
Went to this cosy restaurant on the last night of our holiday and it was really good. I had roasted veal bone marrow on toast and my wife had pork cheek terrine as starters. Both were excellent. For main I had slow cooked pig cheek in beer and honey and it was amazing. My wife had stuffed chicken and she tells me it was amazing. The wine flowed. Everyone was patient with our attempts at French, but they were all able to speak English. If I come back to this town I will be eating here again.
We were lucky enough to get the last table here and instantly loved the warm atmosphere and very friendly service. Our English speaking waitress was simply fantastic, she was very busy attending to the full restaurant but always with a lovely smile on her face. We enjoyed the dumplings, slow cooked pork and the risotto, all of it delicious but the pork was outstanding and homely with wonderful flavour. The bread served was the best we have tasted in Europe with its chewy crust and soft centre. Such a wonderful evening of food and friendly service.!
Very good if you like meat; authentic, rustic, cosy; and overall good value for a typical Savoyard menu with one or two unusual twists on offer.My partner and I had an unexpected meat-fest here. My starter of bacon in a pastry crust was all bacon (properly a chunk of a shoulder of ham), with any crust baked away to near oblivion. The meat literally fell apart, and had evidently been cooked for a long time; the portion wold have been good even for a main course! My partner's starter was a salad, equally well sized. For mains we had braised beef, and tartiflette, with options for accompaniments - we had chard, not your everyday veg, and this was cooked to be very tender; again, my meat was tasty, succulent, and sublime in texture. We shared a nougat glace for dessert which was an interesting mix of flavours and textures, with an unusual hint of charred nuts. All of this was accompanied by a couple of aperitifs, half a bottle of Apremont, a pot of tea, and free shots of home made Genepi. The bill, at around £50 each, was good value.My one criticism was that the restaurant felt one table too packed (ours), exacerbated as the place was deservedly busy throughout. The staff were pleasant, and kept up a hectic pace between them, always with a smile. One of the chefs worked on a range at the back of the restaurant, which in any case has a very homely theme, adding to that feel - as the sub text says, 'like Grandma's".Overall, very good - though you'll need to like meat (unless you go for the ubiquitous cheese fondue).
We eat here once a year when we are in la clusaz - had dinner there 28 january- again it was excellent - the service is friendly and very efficient- the menu is traditional French - I love le croustillant starter - And if you like Rose wine from Provence the Peyrassol Le Clos is super.
Enfin de vraies galettes et crèpes. La Bergerie n'a rien a envier à la Bretagne, bien au contraire, une vraie démonstration de savoir-faire, l'accueil est réellement excellent, sans faux semblant.C'est une adresse qu'il faut absolument avoir dans son carnet d'adresse si vous vous rendez à La Clusaz. L'ambiance est chaleureuse, ce fut notre cantine cet été !Foncez !!!!
We ate here one evening during a recent holiday in La Clusaz. The food was all ok, but the main issue was it was very overpriced for what we ate. Carpaccio for starters, followed by duck for my husband and entrecote for myself, demi pichet of house red and demi pichet of house white. It was the least value dinner we had and was a disappointment, many other restaurants in La Clusaz with the same food choices and quality but better priced. We have been coming to La Clusaz for many years and this was our 12th stay in the village. We have always eaten at La Caleche at least once during our stays, however on this occasion we did not return for a second visit, and probably will give it a miss next time we stay.
Gamme assez standard de saucisses, soupes, frites, salades, etc. Aucune d'entre elles n'était particulièrement remarquable! Vous visiterez Chez Arthur plus pour l'emplacement - juste à côté des remontées mécaniques du Crep du Merle - que pour l'incroyable cuisine, mais c'est un endroit décent pour déjeuner et le personnel est agréable.