Eat in an exceptional setting in Chamonix

Eat in an exceptional setting in Chamonix

Soaring through tradition
Chamonix is a haven between Mont Blanc and the Massif des Aiguilles-Rouges. It’s a good place for visitors to relax and enjoy some leisure activities. Try one of the restaurants recommended by our team if you’d like to discover new culinary experiences.
A break at Le Bistrot
If you want to eat out in an exceptional setting in Chamonix, Le Tremplin is for you! From the foot for the Bossons glacier, the views are spectacular. Tartiflette potatoes and croûtes bread puddings are authentic regional dishes, but the restaurant’s real piece de resistance is its mushroom fondue.
From season to season
Go to Le Bistrot to enjoy fresh, high quality produce of the Savoie region. It’s hard to choose from among all the different original flavours, including duck foie gras pressé, verbena-flavoured rhubarb, fera filet from Lake Léman in Grenoble-style sauce, sautéed stir-fry vegetables with lemon-roasted chicken supreme, raw and cooked fennel and savoury herb juice.
Le 3842
Le Panier des 4 Saisons is a refined gourmet destination which charms guests with its original menu. This includes fresh goat’s cheese ravioli, beaufort crème brûlée, grilled sea bass and coquilles Saint-Jacques with mushroom risotto. Finish your meal with something a little sweeter, like apple crumble with frozen yoghurt made using local Savoie milk.
Awaken your senses
At an altitude of 3842m, Le 3842 has a perfect view of the Mont Blanc massif. With this as an incomparable backdrop, the restaurant welcomes guests to enjoy moments of culinary exploration. Every dish uses produce of the terroir, including the pumpkin soup, Savoie-style gratin and blueberry tartlet.
Our restaurants - La Cordée at the Mercure Chamonix Centre hotel, and Côté Glacier at the Mercure Chamonix Les Bossons hotel – prepare their dishes with exceptional care. Naturally, the menu features traditional fondues and raclette fried cheese.
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