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Food in Vallandry

 Poster: A snowHead
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We're in Vallandry after Easter - 10 of us self catering at L'Oree des Cimes but I don't want to cook every night. I just wondered if any snowHead s have ordered food in from the Traiteur "Au petit savoyard"? They seem to offer quite a good range of food and it might keep me sane and allow everyone else to enjoy their hols if we order in.
Any views from people who've used them would be appreciated
Thanks
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
The Traiteur has moved to a brand new shop between the Tourist Office & Chez Felix. It is a splendid new premises, about 4 times bigger than his old shop higher up the hill, which he has obviously outgrown. We don't use it a great deal, but only because it is too far away from our place - we live in Plan Peisey, but at the top end, a good 20 mins walk for us! (We must be getting lazy) Le Traiteur is well known for his barbecue chicken machine, which he puts outside to attract the punters. He has two types - the ordinary one for about 9 euros, and an all singing/dancing poulet du ferme for about 14 euros, supposed to be a lot more flavoursome! If you wish to buy them, I strongly recommend you ORDER in advance, because he always seems to run out. He has a much bigger range of ready meals in his new shop, which are good quality, but very expensive. I would recommend his absolutely delicious tarts, which he will make to order for the evening - the bigger the better! The tarts are usually - raspberry, pears, apple and the local speciality - myrtilles (blueberry). We have bought them on numerous occasions, and they are superb.
For an alternative, I strongly recommend Le Refuge Pizza place, next to the Sherpa supermarket in Vallandry. They don't just make pizzas, but also have excellent tarts,(similar) It is an eat-in restaurant with a carry-out facility, and is only a few minutes' walk from L'Oree des Cimes.
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 Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
fj, thanks for your comments - good tarts are always appreciated Smile Thanks also for the tip about Le Refuge, I'm sure we'll make good use of them. Vallandry looks great and we came across one day 2 years ago when we were staying in Les Coches. Really looking forward to exploring the whole of the Les Arcs side.
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