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mmmmmmm.... my favourite time of the day (x2 cos' I'm a northern / southern xbreed - lunch n tea).

You can pay a lot or a little, but mostly my enjoyment comes from a combination of factors and the overall experience is what counts for me and apparently true for those Michelin reviewers.

One of my my best meals was during a last minute, half board, ski trip to Courmayeur. Fantastic food all week, but the stand out meal was a very special veal cutlet. One of my worst ever meals was in a starred restaurant on Walton st, again a veal cutlet. The ski trip was less than the dinner in London restaurant !
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@pam w, thanks! I was hoping it was at VT so I could revisit it on the EoSB, ah well I shall just have to do with some ValBurgers (also one of the tastiest and cheapest I have had on th mountain) Very Happy
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Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Seconded for the VT burgers... find them just to the left when you get off the little caterpillar tunnel in the resort centre.
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@andy, What is this awful fad of serving food on slate tiles? Nails on blackboards! Unfortunately the 'concept' has crept over here.
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@Swissie

Quite ! http://wewantplates.com/

Some of them beggar belief!
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Everything "deconstructed" was getting a bit annoying last year. Maybe that's gone out of fashion now?

Dinner comes on plates, not building construction materials.
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The self service restaurants at the top of the main lifts in Tignes had dismal fare from a bain marie at high prices.
Fortunately at the PSB2017 I found a great restaurant just down the piste from Le Taos so I could have lunch with non-skiing mrsLechbob. Maybe I should have shared the information at the time but most were too busy skiing to spend 2 hours at lunch. Embarassed


As for dinner Le Taos did us proud this year. Here's the big cheese.


In contrast to the Tignes lift top restaurants, at Alleghe I had a fine lunch at the top of the main bubble despite them having a somewhat captive clientelle they made the effort to present top quality food at great value
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 After all it is free Go on u know u want to!
After all it is free Go on u know u want to!
Stayed in a catered chalet near Les arcs a few Christmas's ago. For our obligatory one meal out we went to the supposed best restaurant that my friends booked before we even got our there as it was supposed to be so popular. Cost us an arm and a leg to receive an inedible Tartiflette and my son's chicken that had been just waved near a light bulb and was totally undercooked.
In the chalet however our food had been cooked by an 18 year old student on a gap year and was all fantastic.
I'm sorry but I struggle to think of any meals I've ever had in France that I would be in the same league as the food we've been recently eating in Sweden.
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