Les Gets village restaurants cater for every market and for every price point. You can choose from quick grab and go pizzerias to high end luxury fair with all the trimmings. All of the Les Gets restaurants listed below are open during the ski season but some are closed or will have different opening hours during the rest of the year.
Situated in the old village, not far from the church, this delightful little restaurant only holds around 35 people — so be sure to reserve a table with plenty of notice! The chef prepares traditional dishes that are inspired by the local region as well as some more exotic, international dishes. You're sure to find something that will satisfy any palette. You will also find a selection of delicious wine, perfect for taking in the relaxed, mellow atmosphere.
Prices range from €12 for snack items and €14 for soups, to €28€ per person for a Raclette, €24 for a Thai duck dish with an array of sides. The restaurant is open everyday, throughout the ski season, from 12 noon to 2:30pm for lunch service and from 7pm to 9pm for dinner service.
For more information, visit their website
A staple of the restaurant scene in Les Gets village. Offering a late service, ideal for those looking to extent their time on the slopes, and a wide array or tasty & affordable dishes. Situated at the start of the main road heading towards the tourist office, a few metres from the Vieux Chene sledging zone. Dishes include delicious, freshly prepared pizzas (also available for take-away), meat dishes (the pork rib & steak are personal favourites) and local cheese dishes such as fondue and tartiflette.
Open everyday, throughout the ski season, from 6pm to 11:30pm. Offering great value pitchers of house wine in a relaxed atmosphere, warm and full of traditional knick-knacks, plus there's a games room for the children.
Featuring hand prepared dairy products from the farms of the surrounding area. Take a day trip to the on-site factory and see how the cheese is made and taste the delicious finished product. The restaurant is an old style cave with stone roof and walls, but with a cosy atmosphere thanks, in part, to its open fire.
Prices range from €24 per person (for classic cheese dishes), to €28 per person for 2 person (for goat based dishes).
A delicious, modern, small restaurant nestled between the Barbylone Bar and Irish Pub, serving hearty dishes with a strong emphasis on meat!
Prices range from €17 for fondue, burgers or fish & chips, to €24 for pan fried scallops. Open everyday, throughout the ski season, from 6:30pm to 10:30pm.
A warm and friendly café providing healthy lunches and snacks in the heart of the village. Located across from the main Chavannes slopes. The menu includes vegan, gluten free and dairy-free options such as wraps, salads, soups, breakfasts and homemade cakes. Also a great place to grab a quick coffee or freshly made smoothie to watch the world go by. A welcome atmosphere extends to everyone, including pets! Run by the same people as 'Chez Toi', providing in-chalet chefs and freshly prepared meals for self-catered chalets.
Open throughout the year at varying times. During the ski season, they are open from 9am to 6pm.
A small, hidden restaurant that packs a punch.Offering Creole style cuisine from Ile de Reunion, full of flavours at a reasonable price. The ideal spot for those looking to pick up a tasty, freshly made burger or enjoy a sit down at lunch. A recommendation, if it's your first time visiting their dish of the day, full of spices and flavours. Run by a young couple with Reonais roots and can be found sandwiched between other establishments on the way to the old village. As it’s a compact location, i recommend reserving before hand, the lady speaks some English.
Opening times can often vary, but they will put signs in the window when there are any changes. Normally closed on Tuesdays. Serves all day Monday from 12 noon to 9pm. Every other day, opens from 12 noon to 3pm and 6:30pm to 10pm
A high end restaurant with a relaxed atmosphere. Offering delicious food that's prepared to perfection and full of flavour. Highly recommended for those looking for something on the special side. Slightly more expensive in price range in comparison to the other village restaurants in Les Gets, but this is reflected in the quality of the food. Also featuring a great selection of tasty wines.
Prices range from €18 to €41, including dishes such as roasted veal, thyme roasted lamb rack and vegetarian dishes plus local cheese dishes. Open everyday from 12 noon to 1:30pm and from 6:45pm to 9:30pm.
Sister to L'As des Neiges, Le Comptoir is situated next door and offers a simpler experience. A great choice for those looking for a quick, tasty bite. Known for their fantastic pizzas (also available for take-away), they also offer pasta dishes, salads and, on occasion, host sushi nights.
Prices range from €16 for a salad or €9 for a basic pizza topping, to €17 for a pasta dish, dessert and drink menu option. Open everyday, lunch served from 12 noon to 2:30pm and dinner between 6pm to 10pm.
A centrally located restaurant & bar, situated opposite the ice-rink on the main street. Offering a selection of dishes aimed at on-the-go workers and relaxed tourists. You can even stop by in the morning for a coffee on the terrace before starting your day. To create their omelettes, burgers, salads, steak dishes, fish dishes and traditional cheese dishes, they use fresh produce from the surrounding region.
Prices range from €14 for omelettes, €16 for burgers, €25 for the Raclette and €24 for the 'filets de perche' (tiny fish dish), from the Geneva lake, cooked in butter and garlic, served with chips and vegetables. They are closed on Mondays but open every other day from 8:30am to 6:30pm.
One of three restaurants run by La Marmotte Hotel, located opposite the main slopes. The Biskatcha offers traditional dishes, local specialities and grilled meats cooked on an authentic wood-fired barbecue. Menus for both lunchtime and evening start from €17.50 for the menu of the day 'menu du jour'. The interior space is also available for business and social functions such as birthdays. There is also an exterior terrace, often a sun-trap around midday, perfect for sitting out and enjoying a meal or a wine from the extensive wine list.
Open every day, throughout the ski season, from 12 noon to 1:30pm for lunch and from 7pm to 10pm in the evenings.
The restaurant is situated to the rear of the Crychar Hotel, on the slopes — to the far right of the Chavannes area. Offering hearty homemade meals as well as Céline’s vintage and new wine selections. Also known for hosting events such as special wine tasting evenings and 'pink parties' (serving rosé wine and pink champagne). The menu includes fish dishes, an array of steak meals, cheese options and even dishes based around a truffle theme. Offering both lunch and evening menus.
Open everyday, throughout the ski season, from 9am to 11pm.
A new pop-up restaurant and snack bar that's proving popular throughout the year (in both winter and summer). A great option for healthy and organic produce. La Bécanerie offers burgers (made from organic beef), noodles, burritos, breakfasts and brunches... even cake. Catering for almost all special diets. Prices are reasonable and everything can be ordered to go.
Open everyday, throughout the ski season, from 9am to 11pm.
If you're looking for authentic, tasty pizza in Les Gets, then you can't go wrong this takeaway/sit-in pizzeria. Choose from a great selection of meat, crème, fish and vegetarian pizzas, at reasonable prices; starting from €9.00.
Open throughout the ski season, everyday from 5pm to 9:30pm.
A Scottish owned and run hotel & restaurant that offers delicious food, a selection of imported wines, craft gins and cocktails all in a relaxed, comfortable atmosphere. Adjoined by a fireside lounge to kick back in after your meal, the restaurant offers dining for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner. Situated on the far right of the Chavannes chairlifts, on the main road, you can’t miss it.
An ideal spot to sit and watch the world go by. The menu includes delicious fish and hearty meat dishes, along with delicious desserts and an exquisite French cheese board.
A family owned hotel and restaurant, joined to L’AprèsSki bar at the foot of the Chavannes slopes offering a variety of meal options and snack options throughout the day. From fish dishes, burgers, a wide selection of vegetarian options and local, traditional dishes to omelettes, croque monsieur and steak and chips. Open everyday throughout the season from 12 noon to 2:30pm for lunch service and from 7pm to 9pm for dinner service.
Prices: Range from 12€ for snack items and 14€ for soups, to 28€ per person for a Raclette, 24€ for a thai duck dish with an array of sides.
There is a very convenient night shuttle bus called the "Navette Nocturne" which runs around Les Gets dropping people off after a night in town. It is €3 per person (€1 for children under 12, must be accompanied by an adult). You can buy a ticket directly from the driver. This shuttle can be booked by calling the number below any time after 17:30 in the evening. It only operates during the winter season.
It runs from 19:30 to 23:30 each evening from mid December to mid April.
Night shuttle booking number: +33 (0)6 23 37 82 01 (18:30-22:30)
Last Updated: 07 July 2020