The hotel’s two restaurants offer two dining experiences and two different atmospheres. La Fondue serves traditional specialities from Savoy, while Le Val Thorens brasserie invites guests to savour a market-fresh menu that varies with the seasons. Guests at Le Val Thorens can choose between a hearty pre-ski or late breakfast, lunch, snacks, aperitifs, dinner, and cocktails served non-stop in its restaurants, bar and on the terrace.
Overlooking the mountains, at the centre of the ski runs, the Le Val Thorens terrace promises sunrise-to-sunset sun and stunning panoramic views. The relaxing views over the snowy peaks are an invitation to travel and enjoy authentic sporting experiences.
Le Val Thorens
Le Val Thorens serves inventive, hearty cuisine. The chef celebrates the taste of fresh produce in his simple, tasty and refined “brasserie” dishes. The menu changes according to the market selection and the seasons. Dishes can be enjoyed on the sunny terrace at midday or in the dining room for cosy meals with family and friends. The vegetarian menu is produced to the same demanding standards.
La Fondue serves traditional Savoyard fare. In the evening, this warm, friendly restaurant offers typical Alpine specialities and regional produce, including fondue, raclette and tartiflette.
A full, hearty breakfast is just what you need before a day on the slopes, served in the dining room from 7.30am to 10am. From 10am to 11.30am, “late risers” can start the day with breakfast in the hotel bar. A continental breakfast is served in guest rooms.
Whatever the season, the bar of Le Val Thorens is a wonderful place to meet up, chat, and bring an exhilarating day to a perfect close. The bookcase is a home to the “red collection” published by Guérin, a specialist in mountain stories. Here, you can share a platter of cheese and cured meats, drink house cocktails and listen to music for the perfect après-ski moment.