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Wild Beets Kitchen Restaurant Review, Les Gets

A delicious alternative to the traditional offering in the area. Not to be missed

Featured in: | Alice Gregr, Morzine Reporter | Published

Just when you thought Morzine and Les Gets had it all, a new restaurant with an innovative concept pops up from nowhere and brings something new and exciting to the table.

Wild Beets Kitchen in Les Gets is something this part of the Portes du Soleil hasn’t seen before. Because of its name, you’d be forgiven in thinking it is for the vegetarians or vegans amongst us, perhaps serving mainly vegetables and pulses but you couldn’t be more wrong. The meat offering on the menu is just as exciting as the options for non-meat eaters.

The restaurant claims to “focus on a healthy way of eating” and it does just that. Its menu is filled with different salads, wraps and dishes that are packed full of fruit, vegetables and protein. In a world where people are becoming more conscious of what they’re putting into their bodies, this restaurant has popped up at just the right time.

Wide choice on the menu

We have been to Wild Beets a few times now and, having tried a wide selection of the menu, we have never been disappointed. As a vegetarian, I often find it difficult to find anything on a menu here in France that isn’t a goat's cheese salad or a plain omelette. So having this fantastic restaurant on our doorstep really is a refreshing change. I’ve tried the breakfast and lunch menu and can vouch that there really is plenty to choose from. At lunch, you can also build your own wraps and salads which give you the flexibility to choose just what suits your dietary requirements.

Protein Salad Bowl

On our latest visit, we headed to Les Gets at around 18:00 for an early dinner before the restaurant shut up at 19:00. I chose the Protein Salad Bowl. It was full of goodness, including homemade hummus, egg, pulses, fresh veg and a delicious dressing. It was a generous serving as well but I didn’t leave feeling overly full, which is good because you need to keep space for the restaurant’s amazing cakes!

Hoisin duck salad

My partner chose the Hoisin Duck Salad which was polished off in next to no time. He said it was full of taste and packed with delicious flavours. He also said the duck was cooked “just right”.

Wild Beets Kitchen Wrap

We have also tried the wraps which Wild Beets is quickly becoming renowned for. They are fresh and tasty and well worth trying. Jackfruit is growing in popularity in UK cities and I can see why. My top tip is to give the jackfruit wrap a whirl, you won’t be disappointed. A great veggie alternative to pulled pork!

Wild Beets Kitchen salad

The breakfast menu is just as exciting and refreshing. We ordered a biker's bap which is everything someone who has done a lot of exercise would want. A meaty eggy roll bursting with naughtiness! If you want to stick to a healthier way of eating, then give the overnight oats a bash, they are sweet but full of fruit and goodness as well and perfect alongside one of the restaurant's delicious coffees.

Another special feature of Wild Beets is its freshly made smoothie and juice menu. Perfect for people trying to cram in goodness around the cheesy, meaty menus found elsewhere in the Portes du Soleil. You’ll be pleased to know that there are also alcoholic beverages on offer, so there really is something for every holidaymaker. Expect to pay between €10 and €14 for a main course.

Wild Beets Kitchen Restaurant

The menu isn’t the only fantastic part of the Wild Beets experience. The location can’t be beaten. It sits directly at the bottom of the Chavannes piste in Les Gets and the views are incredible. We enjoyed lunch there whilst Crankworx was on and had a fantastic view of the riders. The decor of the restaurant is modern, clean and new and really different from anything else in the area. The team behind Wild Beets are obviously experienced chefs and know exactly what the area is missing. They’re also very welcoming and friendly and service is fast and efficient.

G&T cupcakes

Now, I can’t finish this review without giving a special mention to the cakes. We had a fantastic Gin & Tonic cupcake when we were there and I’ve been told that the other cakes on offer are equally as tasty. These are baked by local girl Sarah Peeling from a_peeling cakes. Ok, they’re not in line with the “healthy eating” usp of the restaurant but you can’t have a cafe without a cake and, after eating all that good stuff, you deserve a little treat. Right?

Wild Beets Kitchen Restaurant

Our verdict: don’t come to Morzine or Les Gets without visiting Wild Beets. It means you can feel less guilty about the fondues and raclettes that you also have to try when you’re here! Wild Beets is open this summer and will be open in the winter this year too.

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