Restaurants in Morzine

A popular ski and mountain resort in the French Alps, Morzine is well-supplied with an excellent array of dining options from fine-dining restaurants to casual establishments. Whether it’s an all-day breakfast, a family-friendly menu or a big dinner with friends, here are some of the best restaurants in Morzine.


Restaurants in Morzine

Morzine has a great choice of dining options, from fine-dining restaurants to casual burger joints. Whether you’re after a family-friendly menu or a Michelin-rated dinner with friends, here is a handy list of the restaurants in Morzine.

Don’t forget that once you’ve booked your stay with us, you can use our complimentary concierge service to make your dinner reservations for you. The service is available throughout your stay.

Restaurants in Morzine

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Kamado Kitchen

Good for: Asian takeaway (and cakes)

Come out of the Pleney lift and start to walk down the hill and you’ll see Kamado Kitchen on your right, before you cross at the lights. The restaurant is tiny and only seats a few people, but the window onto the street is often open and taking orders for takeaways. The Pan-Asian cuisine is so tasty (and pretty), with a choice of Asian street food classics and Western favourites with a twist. Think ramen, Pad Thai, katsu curry and more. The menu is seasonal, so be sure to check out their social media for an up-to-date menu. Kamado Kitchen also serves speciality coffee and a delicious selection of cakes. If you want to eat in, we recommend making a reservation. Or order it as a takeaway and head back to your cosy chalet. Vegetarian and vegan options are available.

Find out more at Kamado Kitchen

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La Grange

Good for: an elegant dinner

While holidaying in the French Alps, it would be remiss not to sample the traditional French dishes of the region. La Grange has got you covered with its Savoyard menu and family-friendly atmosphere. Order a decadent fondue for your group and dunk chunks of bread into a heated pot of melted cheese. Or why not get a slice of melted raclette for the table? They also serve delicious steaks, seafood and a ‘plat du jour’ with an impressive French wine list. Save room for dessert as they are heavenly. On warmer days, you can sit outside on the terrace under a parasol and if you’re feeling chilly, you can book a table by the fire inside.

Find out more at La Grange

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Le Colibri

Good for: families and big groups

Le Colibri (meaning hummingbird in French) is a modern bistro cafe with a huge menu. It is a great place to go for a hearty breakfast and brunch before you hit the slopes or lunch and dinner afterwards. It’s a large venue so it’s suitable for families (there’s a play area in the corner) and big groups, although you can still make a reservation if you want a guaranteed table. Le Colibri’s menu features comfort food with a gourmet twist. Tuck into burgers and club sandwiches, eat healthily with Buddha bowls and salads and choose from a wide selection of drinks, coffees and cocktails.

Find out more at Le Colibri

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La Rotonde

Good for: steak lovers

Calling steak lovers! La Rotonde is a family-run traditional French restaurant serving up a delectable menu of regional specialities, including steak. There are salads, fish dishes and a dedicated gluten-free, vegan and vegetarian menu so everyone is taken care of here. It has a large wine list to match. Inside, the decor is modern with a rustic edge. There is a garden to enjoy the sunshine and an enclosed heated terrace which is ideal for big groups. The family also own L’Étale, a cosy restaurant with a gourmet menu just steps from the Pleney slopes.

Find out more at La Rotonde

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La Flamme

Good for: individual portions of French classics

If one person in your group wants fondue but the rest of you don’t feel like it, what do you do? La Flamme has solved that problem by serving up dishes in individual portions. The newly renovated restaurant has a varied menu packed with traditional French Alpine favourites including raclette, fondue and tartiflette, alongside a great pizza menu and burgers. Vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options are available. The restaurant is next to the Super Morzine bubble, so you can glide down the mountain and straight to dinner. We recommend booking a table to secure your spot.

Find out more at La Flamme

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La Ferme de la Fruitière

© La Ferme de la Fruitière


Good for: Asian street food

Need a break from cheese? Hideout is a hostel in town with an in-house restaurant specialising in Asian street food. Anyone can swing by and tuck into a menu inspired by the street food of Ho Chi Minh, Osaka, Jakarta and Seoul. Bites range from gyozas and fried chicken to pho and braised pork belly. Vegetarian options are available. Order a selection of sharing platters with your group to pair with a round or two of cocktails. The restaurant is open from 4pm to 10pm daily and we advise booking a table otherwise you may have to wait until one becomes available.

Find out more at Hideout

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Bec Jaune

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La Chaudanne

Good for: French cuisine

Tasty, indulgent French cuisine can be had at La Chaudanne. Located on the main high street close to the Super Morzine lift, the restaurant has a chalet-style exterior, large panel windows and cosy seating inside. Before you sit down to eat, take the steps down to the cellar where you’ll find an underground wine bar with over 350 wines to choose from as an aperitif. After your palate has been suitably warmed up, return to the restaurant for a mouthwatering collection of Savoyard specialities, including fondue and raclette. A small selection of vegetarian and vegan options are available. We recommend booking a table.

Find out more at La Chaudanne

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Le Tremplin

Good for: sunny terrace and DJ vibes

Tremplin is an iconic spot in Morzine for apres ski and curing rumbling stomachs. Located next to the Pleney ski lift and overlooking the Pleney slopes, you can ski right up to the hotel restaurant and be seated for a lunch in the sunshine. Le Tremplin has a large outdoor terrace with plenty of seating. It hosts regular apres ski parties with live DJ sets here from 4pm to 8pm. Dine on gourmet burgers, paninis and sharing platters. The brasserie inside serves an all-day breakfast, as well as Savoyard lunches.

Find out more at Le Tremplin

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Please note, we have created a comprehensive list of the bars in Morzine. These are not recommendations by, or affiliated with, Hunter Chalets SAS. This feature was published in January 2024, so opening times and information may not be current. Please check the bar’s website for full and up-to-date information.

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