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La Plagne dinner recommendations

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I'm going to La Plagne with a group of friends aged 30-40's, just looking for recommendations for places to have a nice meal. We're staying in catered chalet but have to eat out one night mid week. First time to La Plagne so any advice would be great. We're staying in Plagne Centre. Thanks Smile
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La refuge was recommended to us but never got there this year. We had a surprisingly good meal at le vega much better than it looked from the outside.
If you fancy a bus trip, petit chaperon rouge in 1800 or le matafan in belle plagne, 10 mins to 1800, probably 20mins + cable car to belle plagne.
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Again if you're up for a bus trip, Le Grizzli in Plagne Villages is gorgeous - make sure you book though!
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Le Grizzli looks top, and just over the road from where we are staying! Glad I looked at this thread!
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 Anyway, snowHeads is much more fun if you do.
Anyway, snowHeads is much more fun if you do.
We had a meal in L'Arlequin in Aime, absolutely delicious:

https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/ShowUserReviews-g580184-d3370227-r146206011-L_Arlequin-Aime_Savoie_Auvergne_Rhone_Alpes.html


Easy to get the little gondola up to it at night.
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