Eat in or takeaway, these are some of the best burgers in town, located right in the middle of the high street! In addition to burgers they serve up great hot dogs, chili, and more. Open all day long their outdoor terrace gets loads of sunshine during the spring.
Located at the front of the Portillo (opposite the Spar petrol station). Serving freshly ground barista-style coffees, smoothies, yummy paninis, homemade cakes and soup. A selection of great beers and wines also available! Open daily, 8:30-19:00. Chilled, comfy and cosy!
This hotel/restaurant is a piece of Val d’Isere’s history, first opening in 1958. Now operated by a young, ambitious team for the second year running, its reputation is maintained by the quality of its Savoyard specialities and the fresh, local products used, but you can also enjoy a large variety of main dishes, including the Chef Tom’s famous hamburger! Located after the UCPA bus stop towards the Fornet. Reservations are strongly advised.
‘The Tree of Life’, one of Val’s newest restaurants located in the Galerie des Cimes opposite the Bus Station. Manu, Caro, and the rest of their ‘Fab’ team welcome you with a warm and friendly atmosphere. Open every evening, as well as at midday on the weekend, their chef uses fresh quality products to bring you Alpine specialities with a touch of world flavours.
Val’s newest restaurant in the end of the Gallerie des Cimes features a unique concept with a deocor that brings the countryside indoors (think massive trees and a starry sky), an upmarket sandwich shop (featuring the cheap and HUGE Hunger Breaker) and a chef who puts his own touch on mountain classics - not one to miss!
In the middle of town Bar Jacques is a great, cosy, family run restaurant with a menu focusing on food from south-western France and the Savoie. Fantastic Foie Gras and the best Cassoulet you’ve ever tasted.
Situated in L’Alexandra (next to the post office), this restaurant offers a great alternative menu, including Wraps, Curry, Thai, in a fresh relaxed atmosphere. Eat in and take away, it’s open for lunch midday till 2pm weekdays and open for dinner 6:30pm till 11pm 7 days.
Based on the slopes at Tignes Le Lac you can ski to their south facing terrace for fast and fun asian cuisine. They steam fry their dishes to ensure the fresh ingredients remain healthy and tasty. Look out for some super-tasty new menu items this year.
Right in the centre of town this is a great place to eat in a vibrant atmosphere. It’s always busy so book ahead. It’s fondue is pretty much the stuff of legend, and the bar downstairs has a great happy hour and chilled house music.
Located steps off the snowfront, Bananas is back in full-swing! A great little Tex-Mex influenced restaurant by day serving up Fajitas, Tacos, Steaks, Salads, Burgers and more. Now featuring Fish & Chip Fridays, Sunday Roasts, and affordable 3 course menus for seasonnaires on the weekends! At night it turns into a great little basement bar with an amazing ambiance famous for bringing in chalet girls by the truckload.