Us at team Treeline, we love a good a meal out. So we’ve complied a short list of our faves in Morzine to help you decide where to go!
For Breakfast & Coffee
It’s got to be Satellite – by far the best coffee in town (your trendy London coffee shops got nothing on this place). The bacon & sausage baps also need a mention, but they’re a great place for veggies and vegans too – the falafel is excellent!
Best Brunch in town
Colibri does a great brunch, come rain or shine (or snow – it’s got a beautiful interior for winter!) this terrace is always busy. Situated just down the Pleney bubble it’s a great place to start the day. The kids menu is a firm favourite with our youngest team members too! They also do top notch desserts, if you can’t choose, order the Café Gourmand and you get a selection of mini versions – what’s not to love?!
O’Chalet is famous in town for it’s burgers. there is something for everyone from local cheeses to those with a more international influence. It’s perfect for friends or family!
Last year, L’improviste opened just off the Marie roundabout in Morzine and it’s been a pizza game changer! Sophisticated toppings and delicious starters (who can resist burratta?!) but be sure to book in advance or you’ll struggle to get a table such is their popularity! They do too takeaway should you forget to book.
Best Classic French Food
Disclaimer: We can’t choose just one, there are so many good one’s in town!
First up La Rotonde – particularly in the summer as they have a lovely garden area that’s just perfect for a long lunch or an evening meal. The menu has something for everyone from fondue and raclette to tuna tataki, all cooked to perfection. It’s a big restaurant so perfect for bigger groups too.
Next up L’Etale – This is actually the sister restaurant to La Rotonde, but the original. It’s every bit as good as its younger sister and maybe a little more classic. In the heart of town, L’Etale is always a crowd pleaser.
La Chaudanne deserves a mention for it’s extensive wine list and beautiful wine bar downstairs. Just a short walk from the Super Morzine and well worth a visit.
And finally Le Clin d’Oeil, tucked away on the lead up to Carrefour Morzine this unassuming exterior is a hidden gem, a brilliant french menu with classics like cassoulet among the other alpine favourites.
Best Asian food
That’s right, you read that correctly, Hideout is the place to go if you’re looking to mix it up a bit. Think bao buns, gyoza and noodles, you won’t be disappointed!
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