The Alpaga serves two versions of its authentic, seasonal alpine cuisine, in the La Table de l’Alpaga gastronomic restaurant and the Onyx bistro.
La Table de l'Alpaga
The Alpaga’s gastronomic restaurant, which was awarded one star in the Michelin Guide in 2014, is run by the hotel’s chef, Anthony Bisquerra. Drawing his inspiration from nature, he works with seasonal produce, such as seafood and lake-caught fish, Pattes Rouges prawns, Monts du Cantal pork, farm fresh eggs and a selection of Beaufort cheeses. He also serves a vegetarian menu that gives pride of place to tomatoes, artichokes and chanterelle mushrooms. Come springtime, the restaurant opens onto a vast terrace from where diners can admire Mont Blanc.
Balade Gourmande : €90 - 4 courses menu.
Menu Quintessence de la Table : €120 - 6 courses menu.
Menus served to thed entire table. Wine pairing at extra charge.
La Table de l'Alpaga will be closed until the 13th december 2017.
For a more informal dining experience, L’Onyx is open from 7am to 10pm for breakfast, from 12pm to 15pm for lunch and from 7am to 10pm for dinner
Reading, a game of chess, or an aperitif ? The Lobby is open from 4pm to 12:30am This is where the hamlet’s residents treat themselves to Anthony Bisquerra cuisine in its “ardoise” version: a lunch and dinner menu of Alpine classics that changes every day.
Starter, main course and dessert: €39 (excluding drinks).
Starter and main course or main course and dessert: €35 (excluding drinks).
L'Onyx will be closed until the 1th december 2017.
Request a chef to prepare a meal in your chalet for a unique dining experience with family or friends. Antony Tempesta arrives with a pared-down crew and sets to work in your kitchen, where he shares his recipes and secrets with guests.