The Val Thorens dining scene offers visitors about 50 options, and many of them trend towards well-heeled menus. But, Ski.com’s here to help you sort out the options.
• Foodies will love L’Oxalys stylish presentation, high-quality French menu and exceptional wine list. L’Epicurien, on Rue du Soleil, serves up reinvented French cuisine featuring seasonal, local foods.
• Those looking for some foreign tastes—or simply a break from the rich, hearty Alpine cuisine—must try Le Kinabalu, on Galerie de Peclet. The menu focuses on Southeast Asian fare and also throws in some mountain flare. There’s nothing better than curry in the midst of winter.
• Budget-conscious in search of a nice evening will revel in French Café Peclet, on Place De Peclet, exceptional quality and reasonable prices.
Despite its high-Alpine locale, the Val Thorens on-mountian restaurant variety and quality is quite impressive. At the top of the docket, you’ll find Chalet de la Marine, accessed by the Cascades chairlift, which offers warming vin chaud (hot wine), incredible fondue and wonderful views.
To learn more about Val Thorens dining call, or chat with, one of Ski.com’s knowledgeable Mountain Vacation Specialists.