Morzine is a small and beautiful French town, nestled into the mountains, boasting a nearby lake, fantastic mountain biking, hiking (& snowsport!) trails and bustling with life and adventure. There’s so much to do in our little corner of the world, and creative types flock here to enjoy the incredible nature, the laid back vibe and the wealth of fun activities on offer.
This creativity means that Morzine has been able to stay independent and unique, and you won’t find any chain restaurants, cafés or bars here.
Some fantastic new cafés/restaurants have recently opened up and alongside the well-established classics, they offer a fresh twist to the eating-out options.
We’ve tried and tested these vibrant new establishments. It’s hard, but someone has to do it…
Ibex- The Wood Yard
We went here on a sunny Friday early evening with 2 kids in tow, and the atmosphere was great, pre-weekend vibes & beers in the sun. The tapas were perfect for the children to share & the special hot dog & frites went down a treat, along with the tofu tacos as a great veggie option. The kids loved playing with the giant Connect 4 & generally running amok in the garden while we sampled the beers… Ibex has a brewery on site and serves a selection of delectable beers, including the famous Cabin Fever IPA.
Situated in Morzine centre, we headed to Solide for a light workday lunch. We ordered a delicious light salad, with fresh fruit & vegetables, perfectly accompanied by an ice latté. We had a warm welcome from Antony & his canine friend and relaxed instantly in the gorgeous and newly renovated space. Solide has a varied menu changing regularly using local produce and with independent beers and natural wine, you can easily while an evening away here with friends. Check out their instagram for updates on the menu.
This small but perfectly formed bistro is perfect for a small group of friends or family. The interior is well-thought out and cosy creating an intimate atmosphere within, further helped by the excellent service at this delightful family run spot.We perused a carefully curated wine menu, enjoying the wide and interesting range and found it hard to chose between the yummy sounding options on the small chalkboard menu, featuring fresh and rich local produce. Lamb and pork with delicious sauces was our eventual choice and it was one of the most memorable meals we’ve enjoyed this summer!
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