The Chamonix Valley has many restaurants featuring Savoy specialties.
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« At the Matafan, I offer a cuisine that goes back to basics, both delicate and tasty, always with an allusion to local gastronomy. »
DescriptionUnder the glass roof, the “table d’hôte”. The eyes take you straight to the Mont-Blanc.In this spectacular site, no need for bluff. Just tame the wild, through finesse and seasonal products. Respect tradition, yes, but boredom, never! Mickey Bourdillat does not limit his inspiration to the products from the most beautiful French alpine valley. His cuisine is a journey through the Alps, the Aosta Valley and even the Mediterranean Basin. Each dish on the seasonal menu is an invitation to sharing and conviviality, values so dear to the mountain people and the Chef.
54 Number of covers inside 50 Number of covers terrace
All year round, daily.
Closed 3 weeks in November 2018.