Restaurants and Dining

Mountain Restaurants

Once you’re on the slopes of the Grand Massif you have access to more than two dozen restaurants dotted around the giant area. One of the closest to Les Carroz village, L'Alpage de l'Airon (+33 (0)4 50 90 33 84) located by the Kédeuze gondola, serves traditional regional cuisine with spectacular views of the Arve valley and on towards Mont-Blanc beyond. Heading towards Flaine, Le Bissac (+33 (0)4 50 90 81 32) by Flaine’s cabriolet lift is a busy self-service restaurant with a wholesome table service menu.

Restaurants In Town

There are several dozen restaurants to choose from, most offering either local French cuisine or Italian staples. Creperie Bretonne (+33 (0)4 50 90 07 64) is the best for crepes while The Agora (+33 (0)4 50 90 00 78) in the village square is a high value, central option.

La Chouia (+33 (0)4 50 90 51 57) is a cosy and atmospheric restaurant located in a traditional Savoyard farm house located at the base of the Molliets chairlift. It serves long-standing local favourites but is also an Italian specialist with a take-out pizza service available. Aux Petits Oignons Restaurant (10 Chemin du Club; +33 (0)4 50 90 36 93; is a family business established in the 1980s with more of a bistro feel.

Grocery Shops

As a traditional village, its traditional French boulangeries (bakers), fromageries (cheese specialists) and half a dozen other small deli-type shops are places to drool over. Saveurs des Montagnes (61, Route des Moulins; +33 (0)4 50 90 43 99) is great for cheese and meat products. Le Grenier Savoyard (Route des Moulins; +33 (0)4 50 90 04 32) has a similar range and is a specialist in local products. Le Four du Moulin (Route des Moulins; +33 (0)4 50 90 00 is one of several good boulanger–pâtissiers in the village. There is a small Spar supermarket (Chemin du Club; +33 (0)4 50 90 51 83) which does do deliveries.