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La Fruitière Restaurant, Val d'Isère - Bellevarde

Contemporary cuisine in a trendy setting at the famous La Folie Douce

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Located at the top of the Daille bubble, within the celebrated La Folie Douce après-ski and gourmet hotspot, La Fruitière serves delicious modern dishes based on traditional flavours.

In the old days, “Fruitière” described a dairy co-operative, mainly producing cheese. This contemporary restaurant has been largely inspired by this traditional mountain way of life both in its menu and décor.

Ice-cool design and a fireside warm welcome go hand in hand here. Their menu features local and regional produce ingeniously brought to the table by head Chef Franck Mischler and his team. Some of the highlights on offer include homemade duck foie gras, special Monsieur Yves Papin's oysters, classic 100% beef steak tartar, roasted leg of lamb or the traditional Fruitière tiramisu. They also serve daily 'plat du jour' and roast specials, as well as a selection of vegetarian dishes. The restaurant is open daily from midday to 15:30.

This is not the only restaurant available at La Folie Douce. Just next door, La Petite Cuisine serves local favourites in a canteen-style space. At The Butcher, on the sun terrace, you can enjoy a quick but tasty lunch; choose from burgers, hot dogs, sandwiches, paninis, crepes, waffles and a lot more from 12:00 (take away available).

Alongside this generous and gourmet kitchen, they have an impressive cigar, cheese and wine cave, called "Les Trois Caves", where the best cheeses from the Savoie area rub shoulders with classic vintages and new wines selected by their head sommelier. Open from midday to 15:00, seven days a week.

After lunch, enjoy La Folie Douce's famous parties. Every day from 13:00, the best performers, dancers, musicians and DJs gather on the terrace of this clubbing hotspot for a cabaret show and, from 15:00, La Folie Douce turns into a club for the ultimate après-ski experience.


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