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Where to Eat in Morzine
Discover the top Morzine places to eat
There are a wide range of restaurants in Morzine and Les Gets to suit all tastes and budgets. Below you'll find all the best places to eat in and where to find your favourite style of cuisine.
Worth noting is that at lunchtime most restaurants will offer a well-priced 'Plat du Jour' (dish of the day), normally consisting of locally-sourced meat, potatoes and a salad or seasonal vegetables - exactly what you need after a hard morning on the slopes!
If you're after a sizzling outdoor buffet BBQ experience there are a couple of spots up the mountain to fuel you up for the final run home at the end of the day.
Breakfast & Brunch
In resort you'll find coffee and croissants if you like an early start, or somewhere to simply grab a coffee. But if you're after a full English or a bacon sandwich there's a spot for that too.
Cafes & Bakeries
As in any French town you're never far from a bakery. Head to your nearest one for fantastic cakes, pastries or just a morning baguette and a coffee.
Most of the restaurants in Morzine are child friendly, with kid's menus and early sittings. Some won't have a children’s menu, so if this is important to you we’d advise you check when booking.
Throughout the resort you'll easily find a French restaurant to suit both your taste buds and your budget, whether it's homemade Savoyarde specials in a cosy rustic bolthole, or a light airy modern gourmet experience with a wine list and dessert menu to die for.
Italian & Pizza Restaurants
Like most places you don't have to look to hard to find a decent pizza. In resort there are a couple of great places that are well known for their pizzas and Italian dishes. Many of the local French restaurants also may have pizza and pasta on their menus.
Morzine has no Michelin starred restaurants but there are at least three in the resort that are recommended by the Guide Michelin.
Pubs & Gastropubs
Something that appears to be gaining in popularity in Morzine, is the pub or gastropub, which offers the après-ski experience alongside a chance to line the stomach. With large tables and cosy comfy alcoves, they are ideal for families or large groups aswell as just the two of you.
There is a wide choice of takeaway spots in Morzine, offering reasonably priced pizzas, chips. crepes and panini's.
Although French cuisine isn't well known for being particularly veggie-friendly, there are a number of restaurants in town that serve vegetarian options.
We visit a selection of restaurants in Morzine and the Portes du Soleil each year. You can read about our first-hand experience in our Restaurant Reviews.
Top vegetarian restaurants in Morzine
It’s not always easy to find good vegetarian food in France. However, each year more and more veggie friendly food becomes available. It’s especially clear that restaurants here in Morzine are starting to embrace alternative menus and...