We generally like to do 50/50 on cooking and eating out. Mountains restaurants every day can get a bit much in terms of both food volume and cost and it means you can mix other things in with your meat and cheese. Wednesday is ‘eat out’ day for serviced chalets so we’d generally avoid that as tables are harder to get. Obviously you can look at tripadvisor for Morzine or Avoriaz here but here are a few suggestions. 

Les Prodains

If you don’t fancy going into Morzine, can eat out at a number of places in Les Prodains and walk home easily. 

Le Cable at Capfun

Casual, kid friendly classic savoie food and pizzas. It’s a weird combination of a ski instructors’ bar and budget accomodation, but that does mean they have a pool table and pinball machine.

Hotel Prodains

Upscale menu with good food. Not the cheapest but a good quality meal out. The local trout is good and the cafe gourmand is decent.

Neige Roc

Worth an aprés for their inviting log fire alone. The restaurant serves traditional local dishes in a cosy dining room. Watch out for their local take on an after dinner drink (for 8).



There are loads of amazing restaurants in Morzine. From huge burgers to Bao buns, slabs of meat to wheels of cheese and wood-fired pizzas to oyster bars. These are a few we like.


The total Savoie experience. Try and get a table downstairs for maximum effect. Order the ‘Potence’ meat special – it’s a flaming Whisky meat tree!

Bec Jaune

The local microbrewery that serves great alternative dishes and has a casual and trendy atmosphere.


If you want a burger, it’s the place to go. All manner of burgers, wraps and a variety of fries options. Casual and welcoming.


Welcoming mid-range place that shows sports, does decent burgers and one of the best buddha bowls if you’re looking for a healthy option.

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Kamado Kitchen

The great asian takeaway is eat-in for 2024 but space is limited, so arrive early and get a table or place at the bar. It’s cosy, but the asian-inspired menu is good quality and 

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Eating on the mountain.


Everywhere is pretty good and you can either eat during the day or stay on for the evening and get the Prodains cable car back down until 9pm on weekdays and midnight on Friday and Saturday nights. Here are just a few suggestions. 

Le Fournil de Cannelle

If you’re after a decent baked good, this is the place. Good coffee, a sunny spot and breads and cakes to satisfy kids and adults alike.

Le Fournil de Cannelle

Folie Douce

The Legendary Alps chain of ‘sweet madness’ arrived in Avoriaz in 2018 and has become the centrepiece for an afternoon party. Their menu upstairs is pretty decent too, and getting a table means you’re sorted for the ensuing party.


Upscale restaurant in Avoriaz with good view and proximity to the baby slope if you have little kids in ski school. It’s only open in winter. Also, a lot of French restaurants bring you a free Génipé shot after dinner. Watch out at this place, they ask you, but each will be 10 euros on the bill!


Near the top of the Prodains cable car. Good veggie bowl and al fresco area that being renovated for the ’23 season.


Next to the Folie Douce, but without the chaos. Good if you have bigger kids on the nursery slope/are having lessons



Lindarets / Goat Village

Lunch at the goat village, on the way down to Ardent is great in summer or winter. In the summer the place is quite literally covered in goats, wandering the streets and eating out of your hands. In the winter La Terasse serves up music for those on their way down to Apres at Happy Hours. 

 La Terasse 


The run down from Avoriaz to Ardent is a winding, pleasant blue and ends up at the ardent gondola. Happy Hours Bar is a good place for snacks and it’s the seasonaire’s favourite for apres, as it’s where people head to park for free. Seasonaires love free. It’s not a massive place but serves simple food and nachos. It also has a shuttle bus that runs from the town hall in Morzine and back just to service apres.


Le Croset

If you fancy a longer day, head over to the swiss side and run around Le Croset. It’s sunny there first in the spring so gets a bit slushy, but that does mean there are some great terraces for a lunch. Restaurant Coquoz has a nice vista and they take off for speedflying and paragliding close by so there’s somethimes entertainment in the sky.


Les Gets

If you’re skiing on the Morzine side, it’s worth the schlep over to the far reaches of Les Get to visit Paika, where they do a solid springtime outdoor barbeque and they do a great duck sheppard’s pie. You you be a duck sheppard? Not sure, but that’s what they call it, and it makes sense.

Eating in 

There isn’t a shop to buy things in Les Prodains so you;’ll need to jump on the bus, in the car or take a bag with you when you ski to grab supplies. There is a big Carrefour supermarket in the centre of Morzine and one just near the tourist information in Avoriaz for on-piste essentials to bring back down. We would recommend doing a big shop in Morzine as it’s slightly cheaper but it’s sometimes convenient to grab a few things in Avoriaz after a day on the slopes to bring down for dinner. They both do excellent rotisserie chickens. 

There are a few takeaways in morzine and Le Cable at Capfun just up the hill does takeaway pizza if you’re not able to drive or get the bust o pick up. Morzine Eats is a sort of Morzine Ubereats and does delivery for not only pizzas and burgers but also asian food from Kamado Kitchen.