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The Only Dining Guide You’ll Need in Morzine

Desiree Michels
 


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Morzine is the home of good food and drink, a key element to an unforgettable holiday. With our mini guide, you will never find yourself wandering the streets wasting time searching for somewhere to eat. We’ve put together a handful of restaurants perfect for any occasion – date night, quick lunch or a casual après ski bite.

L’Etale

Beware of the huge puddings at L’Etale! You’ll definitely want to leave room for one. This popular restaurant at the base of Pleney is run by Vincent and his friendly team. It’s a perfect spot for lunch or dinner but make a reservation because it gets busy. The varied menu offers salad, pizza or côte de boeuf. The fantastic food and lively atmosphere is what gives this restaurant its great reputation.

Le Clin d’Oeil

Another restaurant with helpful and friendly staff, Le Clin d’Oeil is located near the Mairie. The popular three-course menu and varied choices make for a special night out with your partner. And to top it off, they have a wonderful wine selection to give your evening that extra romantic touch.

La Grange

This traditional alpine restaurant in the centre of Morzine is perfect for a Savoyard speciality. With its rustic interior and log fireplace, this is the perfect place to spend an evening tasting authentic dishes! There are also fish and salad options if you need a break from the heavy cheese meals.

Mammas

Mamma’s is perfect for a quick lunch. This tasty restaurant offers takeaway noodles, pizzas, chips, burgers and wraps. You can grab and go with your food if you want to get back to the slopes!

The Bec Jaune

This microbrewery-style bar has different ales and beer every week – a surprise selection awaits you! This stress-free and affordable bar is perfect for après drinks. If you find yourself hungry, there is a great choice of food. Spicy rice bowls, noodle dishes or a casual burger are just a few of the options here.

The Coup de Coeur

Known for its wines, this is a lovely spot to spend the final hours of an exhilarating day. Wind down with a large glass of wine and some light nibbles from across the region. The heated terrace overlooks Pleney and Pointe de Nyon, a perfect place to watch the sunset over the mountain.

La Rotonde

On your last night, treat yourself to a date night at this upmarket restaurant, overcast by a blanket of stars when the sun sets. This restaurant has a popular pizza menu, a range of fish dishes and a fantastic choice of starters and desserts. At the top of the tourist office square, this lovely spot is the perfect way to end your trip.

How to Get There

I’m sure you’re hungry now, so why not book your flights? Getting from London to Geneva is quick and easy. In 1 hour and 35 minutes, British Airways, easyJet or Swiss can take fly you to your destination for as little as £62.

About Shuttle Direct

When looking for a transfer from Geneva to Morzine, Shuttle Direct is the company to choose. With years of experience and a friendly, attentive team, Shuttle Direct has established itself as the leading provider of airport transfers across North Africa and Europe.

If you book online in advance, a driver will be waiting for you at the airport, prepared to take you to your destination. During the booking, notify Shuttle Direct that you will be carrying ski equipment and they will carry it at no extra charge. A transfer from Geneva to Morzine with Shuttle Direct takes a short 1 hour and 15 minutes. We can guarantee a relaxed and friendly service from the airport to the place where your adventures begin.

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Lukas Johannes is a driver for Shuttle Direct, the number one provider of shared and private airport transfers all over Europe and northern Africa. If you’re looking for an affordable transfer from Geneva to Morzine , Lukas and his colleagues can make sure that you and your luggage get to and from the airport swiftly and safely.


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