CAFÉS & RESTAURANTS
Les Deux Alpes has plenty of snack bars & cafés plus more than 60 restaurants. Café-bars are generally open from early morning until late at night; restaurants are generally open 12:00–14:00hrs & 19:00–23:30hrs.
A lot of the restaurants are quite average in quality, with most offering similar bland international fare, but there are a number of more noteworthy committed & serious restaurants too. The selected venues listed include some of the best.
Ski-Ride's restaurant reviews indicate the relative price bracket for each venue:
(£) = cheapest;
(£££+) = most expensive.
High-quality, family-run gastronomic restaurant; tucked away down a quiet side street in the Alpe de Venosc quarter.
Aspirational menu featuring seasonally influenced fish- & meat-based dishes.
Perfect for a special occasion.
1 rue de la Chapelle.
Tel. +33 (0)4 76 79 57 90
Les Bleuets (£+)
Lively café-bar & restaurant popular with a younger crowd; welcoming & friendly, with a slant towards snowboarding culture.
Good range of cocktails, crêpes & pizzas, plus a menu of basic but wholesome home-cooking style specials.
2 rue de l'Irarde.
Tel. +33 (0)4 76 79 28 44
Le Cellier (££)
A popular big venue, often with an animated ambiance (when busy).
Attractively decorated in the style of a rustic Alpine farmstead, focused around a huge open wood-fire grill.
Specialises in regional classics such as tartiflette, fondues, and raclette (with a fair range of vegetarian options).
3 place de l'Alpe de Venosc.
Tel. +33 (0)4 76 79 08 79
Crêperie de la Meije (£+)
Attractive, homely, café & salon de thé; offering a wide range of crêpes.
75 avenue de la Muzelle.
Tel. +33 (0)4 76 80 52 10
Lovely, rustic, traditional restaurant with a cosy & intimate atmosphere.
Great range of salads, wood-fire oven baked pizzas, and grilled meats.
1 rue Saint-Claude (just opposite the Diable gondola station).
Tel. +33 (0)4 76 80 50 30
Le Rouge et Noir (£+)
Unpretentious, and popular with locals.
Noteworthy for staying open until 04:00hrs!
The menu is focused on traditional regional specialities.
Rue de Grande-Plan.
Tel. +33 (0)4 76 79 02 51
Les Sagnes (££)
Pleasant café/restaurant, decorated in the style of an old stable.
Small exterior terrace with deckchairs.
All-day café-bar service, with crêpes & snacks menu; chilled après-ski scene; plus a more involved restaurant menu in the evenings.
90 avenue de la Muzelle (also accessible via the rue des Sagnes).
Tel. +33 (0)4 76 79 51 62
Tribeca Caffè (££)
Good Italian restaurant; with a welcoming & animated ambiance, yet well away from the downtown crowds.
Wide range of pizzas; plus lasagne, pastas, etc.
8 route de Champamé.
Tel. +33 (0)4 76 80 58 53