Morzine Bars and Restaurants
Situated in the heart of the Portes Du Soleil region, Morzine is a picturesque Savoyard mountain town with charming unspoilt chalet-style buildings. Morzine has retained much of its character and charm and has excellent facilities for shopping, eating-out and après-ski.
With a vast range of restaurants to choose from, having a great meal out isn’t the difficult part, it’s choosing which restaurant to eat in. With many restaurants in Morzine specialising in traditional Savoyard cuisine, it is hard to go wrong with local delights such as fondue, tartiflette and with a trout farm located in Morzine its hard to find much fresher trout served anywhere!
To help you get started Ski-Lifts can recommend a few local restaurants that provide a consistently welcoming atmosphere and great food.
L’Etale – always popular, with friendly and efficient service. Great for groups and families. Situated in the town centre, just below the Pleney telecabine.
La Flamme – a family run favourite, situated next to the Super Morzine telecabine, specialising in Savoyard cuisine.
Le Clin D’Oeil – fantastic restaurant serving a mixture of local favourites, but also an entire range of dishes from the South West of France.
Much can be said about the bars in Morzine, anyone who has visited before will know their favourite and many of those who haven’t, will have heard of some of these bars already. A few to try are listed below, but there are many others that are well worth a visit.
The Cavern Bar – A lively bar, both for après ski and late into the night. Very popular with seasonaires.
The Tibetan Café – Eastern influenced décor, always busy and popular with holiday makers of all ages.
The Dixie Bar – Famous for its live Irish music, numerous big screens for live sport and pool tables. Made up of three separate bars, each with its own vibe and unique atmosphere.
Bar Robinson – hugely popular with holiday makers and seasonaires for après ski. The bar gets packed from about 5 till 8pm. Watch out for the beer of choice, Mutzig – you have been warned!