Bars and Restaurants in Peisey-Vallandry

Peisey-Vallandry has lots of very special bars and restaurants dotted around the four mountain villages.

On this page we’ve listed them by each village, so you’ve got a good idea of where each one is situated. Those higher up the mountain are listed first - many of these aren’t open in summer so take note.

Restaurants and Bars in Vallandry

Blanche Murée

Altitude 2020 metres, slope-side. Winter only.

From Transarc mid-station take the Plan Bois towards Vallandry.

Nestled in the trees, this traditional mountain chalet serves mountain meals at lunchtime only. Well known for their huge plates of omelette and chips, salads, soups and stews.

Drop-in for a crepe on the way back to Vallandry. Or have a drink on their sunny terrace with stunning mountain views.

Aux Enfants Terribles

2100 metres altitude, piste-side. Winter only.

Translating ‘To the Terrible Children’, this large restaurant/bar sits at 2100 metres altitude, located just below the Vallandry chair lift and accessible by foot from this lift for non-skiers.

Use the self-service snack bar for burgers, pastries and a plat du jour, for a quick lunch.

Or enjoy a lazy Bistrot lunch and a drink on the terrace, which has lovely views of the Peisey-Vallandry slopes and a stunning view of the mountains beyond.

Les 3 Saveurs

2000 metres altitude, piste-side. Winter only.

A short walk uphill from the top of the Peisey 61 lift, or ski down from Vallandry 74.

This characterful snack bar is a hidden gem, and it has stunning views which you don’t see from the slopes.

The snacks are big, hearty and there are plenty of choices.

It has a very small interior, so not ideal for big groups who want to sit down, out of the cold, but it’s perfect to sit outside on a sunny winter’s day.

La Bergerie de Raphaël

Open winter and summer months.

Chef, Raphaël, provides Savoyard specialities, French and European cuisine at lunchtime and dinner time. Serves meat and fish dishes. There is an outdoor terrace to sit and soak up the sun.

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Le Bistro Savoyard

1600 metres. In Vallandry by the Vallandry lift.

Burgers, salad, brunch, waffles and crepes, hot chocolate. Savoyard specialities such as fondues, raclette and œufs "cocotte". Sunny terrace and indoor seating.

A good place for a sit-down and a drink after skiing.

L’Adress, Vallandry

1600 metres. In Vallandry by the Vallandry lift.

A nice place to dine at lunchtime or evening, with plenty to choose from. An extensive drinks list including Kir, Port, Ricard, Cognacs and draft beers.

Charcuteries, terrine, oeuf cocotte, salads, burgers, duck, tartare de boeuf, vegetarian burger, tartiflette, fondue and raclette.

Take away pizzas available.

Has a small outside terrace for about 4 tables. Booking is advisable.

El 56

1600 metres. In Vallandry.

Cocktail bar pus tapas. A friendly place to hang out for drinks, and to order continuous rounds of tapas. El 56 is child friendly with crepes, waffles, hot chocolates and smoothies available.

An outdoor terrace, from which you can sit and watch the slopes.

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Le Rilax

1600 metres. In Vallandry. Winter only.

Well known for their galettes - a traditional savoury pancake. Serves burgers and other traditional dishes. Has a small terrace and is a good place to meet.

Mojo Bar

1600 metres. In Vallandry. Winter only.

A friendly bar which is open from après-ski until late. A modern setting. Cocktails are available. DJs and live music throughout the winter season.

Keskon y mange

A small cosy snack nestled between the H20 shop and the Laverie right in the centre. 1600m Vallandry centre.

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Le Coeur de Vall’, Vallandry

1600 metres. In Vallandry precinct.

A modern twist on the food menu, this restaurant has lovely views from the interior and from the small terrace.

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Edelweiss restaurant

Formally known as the Fontana, the restaurant has had a makeover and now serves traditional French food and burgers. Located in the village centre at 1600m.

Traiteur/delicatessen Chez Coline et Pierre

Delicatessen with ready prepared food to take away and all styles of local cheese and sausage. Great for those nights you want to stay at home and eat in but don't want to cook. Located close to the Tourist Office in Vallandry 1600m.

Bar du Mont Blanc, Vallandry

1700 metres. In Vallandry. Winter only.

Perched on the side of the slope at the bottom of the Grizzly lift, you can easily ski to the Mont Blanc bar. It’s easy to then get back onto your skis and go down to the Vallandry lift, or of course, walk the 100 metres to the Grizzly.

This is also a good place for family après-ski, they have a large outdoor terrace which is a bit of a sun trap. Inside is a pool table, table football and they serve great snacks for the whole family.

Try their comedy nights, band nights and late-night DJs.

The Mont Blanc is open all day, so it’s a good meeting place or a nice stop for a morning coffee.

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Restaurants and Bars in Plan-Peisey

La Brasserie des Pistes

1800 metres. Slope-side. Plan-Peisey. Near to the Peisey lift.

This is to the skiers right at the bottom of Ours, walkable from the bottom of the Peisey lift if you have the right attire.

Quality, simple mountain cuisine, fresh bread, burgers and salads. Serves crepes.

Serves lunch every day. Open on Thursdays and Fridays for evening meals.

La Vanoise Restaurant and Bar

1700 metres. Slope-side. Plan-Peisey. Near to the Peisey lift.

Patrick and Muriel Villiod welcome you in both summer and winter.

The Vanoise Restaurant is a lovely spot for lunch. You can sit on the large terrace and watch the activities. Or try the beautiful terrace of La Vache Qui Ski, which is at the bottom of the Parchey lift.

Ambience Cave a vin

A new wine cellar for degustation and sales of great French wines.

Le Comptoir Savoyard

A lovely salon de thé where you can also buy local French specialities. Located near the ski shops Not 2000 and Intersport.

Le Solan d’Aniathazze

1600 metres. Slope-side. Next to the Peisey lift and the Vanoise Express.

Le Solan has two areas.

There is a fast-moving, on-piste snack bar, where you can get a beer whilst watching the slopes. Lovely to watch the world go by on a warm day.

Le Solan houses a lovely restaurant with a traditional interior. There’s a large terrace attached with heaters, so you can eat inside or outside.

The building is beautiful, it is on three levels with an open stairway with original beams exposed inside.

On a nice day, eat outside under the cover of warm outdoor heaters.

Serves traditional mountain cuisine as well as beef burgers, salads, vegetarian options and you may even find fish and chips on the menu.

Le Kitz

1700 metres. Plan-Peisey, road-side. By the Parchey lift.

Or try the beautiful terrace of La Vache Qui Ski, which is at the bottom of the Parchey lift.

La Vache Qui Ski serves traditional options such as fondue and raclette but also has BBQ food on selected days.

Open for dinner in the evenings, at lunchtimes and all afternoon for a beverage or a snack. A nice spot to sit on the beautiful terrace and enjoy the view across the valley to La Plagne.

There are themed nights on chosen evenings.

Chez Félix, Plan Peisey

1600 metres. Plan-Peisey, road-side.

The best crepes in town! Find both savoury and dessert crepes on the menu. Local specialities are on the menu too - such as fondue and pierrade.

La Table d’Emma

1600 metres. Plan-Peisey, road-side.

Open for lunch and dinner, La Table d’Emma has a thoughtful and modern menu by chef Emmanuelle Malfetes. You’ll find traditional French dishes as well as world foods. Vegan and vegetarian choices are available.

Delightful cheesecake and pastries.


1600 metres. Plan-Peisey, road-side.

Take away or eat-in pizza, cooked in a traditional pizza oven. Open lunchtimes and evenings.

Restaurants in Peisey village, Peisey-Vallandry

Chalet et Hôtel la Tarine

1300 metres. Peisey village, road-side.

A good selection of traditional dishes, fish and also pizzas which can be taken away. The restaurant spans two floors. Upstairs you can look out onto the traditional village of Peisey.

The terrace is open in the summer for outdoor dining or a relaxed drink.

Greg’s bar

1300 metres. Peisey village.

Greg’s bar is open for après-ski every day. Pizzas are available to eat in the bar area or to take away. On some nights there is a DJ. Open until 2 am.

Discover the Beer Giraffe here - a tower of beer that you can share with friends. It holds around 25 litres of beer, you take it to your booth table and fill your own glasses.

A pool table is available and children are welcome.

The old Post Office (Coming soon)

1300m in the Peisey village located next to the Tourist Office, the beautiful old building once used as the post office will be transformed into a bar and restaurant with easy access fro all.

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L’Ancolie, Nancroix

1400 metres. Road-side.

L’Ancolie is a memorable place set in a beautiful traditional building. The menu is modest because everything is cooked in-house. Well known for its starter of terrines, but the mains and desserts change daily.

You’ll be looked after well by the owner, it’s a truly personal experience. You really will feel like you are visiting someone’s home.

Pets are welcome too.

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Le Petit Hibou

1500 metres. Edge of Vanoise National Park by the cross country ski area.

Le Petit Hibou offers a variety of stunning dishes inspired by the owners’ world travels. You’ll often find an Asian twist to the dishes, but the menu changes all the time.

Fantastic vegan and vegetarian dishes, which look and taste just as divine as any other choice.

A lovely ambience in a beautifully decorated interior. A good wine list and craft beer available. A lovely garden to sit in during the summer months.

Often open brunch, lunch and evening meals, but do check opening times.

Le Fer à Cheval

1500 metres. Edge of Vanoise National Park by the cross country ski area. Not open for evening meals.

A lovely fireplace, which is nice to huddle around with a delicious hot chocolate, beer or a mulled wine. There are daily specials available.

Right next to the horse sleigh, dog sleigh and children’s sledging area, so it’s a nice warm place to visit before or after.