Fancy Gratin Dauphinois? Traditional Fondue? Tartiflette? Raclette? Pizza? Try some of the wonderful truly local dishes. Being a village rather than a large resort, the restaurants are small, charming and rarely full, giving you all the benefits of attentive service along with good fresh food freshly prepared.
Then back to Stief’s new bar for ‘one last genepi’. A couple of our favourite French Alp summer options are:
04 76 80 71 00
Unfortunately the Hotel Rissiou will be closed this season for refurbishment. It will open next year under new management and we hope that the, bar and character will remain just as good for years to come.
Stiefs Bar Resto
06 81 58 57 35 - www.stiefs-steakhouse.com
Stief, who has become somewhat of a local living legend, is now in a bigger and better location and still serving his delicious rums. Stief’s Bar and Resto is a sort of Hard Rock style menu serveing an array of gourmet burgers and steaks and pasta options as well as delicious Belgian beers – try the Triple Karmeliet.
04 76 80 77 11 - www.restaurant-laremise.com
The family favourite. Pascal’s wood fired oven pizzas are now legendary, and the atmosphere extremely cosy, with wooden walls and old mountain tools aplenty surrounding you. Or drink in the view and dine ‘al fresco’ on the sundrenched terrace with great views. Traditional French Alpine mountain dishes are prepared with great care. Take away also possible for pizza
Le Table de la Fare
04 76 80 82 40
At this prime location in the very centre of the village, Southern French chef/owner Damian returns to continue his more modern French cuisine. The sun-drenched central square right out front has become the place to be for après ski snacks and pichets of rosé or demis.
Fantastic made-on-the-spot crepes. Not much more than a shed in the middle of the village in someone’s backyard, but never judge a book by its cover – the nutella crepes are simply irresistible!
Especially good for non-skiers at lunchtime. Chez Bibi offers a different plat du jour every day. For Ski Peak guests in the Oisans apartments, they can provide a platter of the traditional charcuterie and cheese – every apartment has its own raclette set – so light the fire, get that cheese melting and bon apetit tout le monde!
La Mi Do Re
Does Thierry make the best pizzas in Vaujany? It’s a close call. The extensive and delicious take away menu is popular, particularly with our Oisans guests, and is a firm kids favourite with a DVD before bedtime.
04 76 11 11 93
Vaujany's 5* restaurant run by the community offers a fine dining experience for those not staying in our chalets. Under new management and much better than before