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Guidebook for Saint-Martin-de-Belleville

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Guidebook for Saint-Martin-de-Belleville

Food Scene
La Voute has a wide ranging menu, from pizzas to pig’s trotters in garlic, via the usual Savoyarde options. It is also quite big, with a room at the back which is used when busy, so it’s a good option if other places are full. Recommended for its real-world French feel and reasonable-ish prices. With friendly waiters and long opening hours you can’t go too far wrong, even if it is arguably a jumped-up pizza restaurant.
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La Voute
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La Voute has a wide ranging menu, from pizzas to pig’s trotters in garlic, via the usual Savoyarde options. It is also quite big, with a room at the back which is used when busy, so it’s a good option if other places are full. Recommended for its real-world French feel and reasonable-ish prices. With friendly waiters and long opening hours you can’t go too far wrong, even if it is arguably a jumped-up pizza restaurant.
This place is something completely different. Ferme Auberge Chantacoucou is on the far side of Le Chatelard. You have to ring to book, it has a set menu, it’s a non-starter for veggies, and it does not take plastic. What you do get, however, is probably unique in the area. The farmer himself will serve you a traditional meal cooked by his wife, and made entirely from fresh local produce – much of it from the farm itself. His 37 cows will be under your feet, tucked up for the winter, and the attic area overhead crammed with drying saucisson. We paid for 120 euros for four, all in, a price you’d struggle to match anywhere else. Don’t expect a restaurant, just enjoy the taste of real food.
Chantacoucou
This place is something completely different. Ferme Auberge Chantacoucou is on the far side of Le Chatelard. You have to ring to book, it has a set menu, it’s a non-starter for veggies, and it does not take plastic. What you do get, however, is probably unique in the area. The farmer himself will serve you a traditional meal cooked by his wife, and made entirely from fresh local produce – much of it from the farm itself. His 37 cows will be under your feet, tucked up for the winter, and the attic area overhead crammed with drying saucisson. We paid for 120 euros for four, all in, a price you’d struggle to match anywhere else. Don’t expect a restaurant, just enjoy the taste of real food.
If you want an upmarket Savoie restaurant for adults, this is probably the one. Olde worlde mountain cabin atmosphere. It's not cheap, but very popular. Book in advance.
Le Montagnard
If you want an upmarket Savoie restaurant for adults, this is probably the one. Olde worlde mountain cabin atmosphere. It's not cheap, but very popular. Book in advance.
Drinks & Nightlife
A favourite apres-ski or early-evening bar. It’s over at the bottom of the bubble, near to the Dahlia Bar. It’s a nicer place to sit and chat than the Piano Bar, even if the comfy seats are too squishy. The friendly bar-staff do a mean mojito, and are even happy to pink-ify your lager, if that takes your fancy.
Alp Hotel
A favourite apres-ski or early-evening bar. It’s over at the bottom of the bubble, near to the Dahlia Bar. It’s a nicer place to sit and chat than the Piano Bar, even if the comfy seats are too squishy. The friendly bar-staff do a mean mojito, and are even happy to pink-ify your lager, if that takes your fancy.
Arts & Culture
This place is great - really! Downstairs they cover the history of hill farming. Upstairs they talk about the amazing Plan Neige that revolutionised skiing in France, and probably the world.
Musée de Saint Martin de Belleville
This place is great - really! Downstairs they cover the history of hill farming. Upstairs they talk about the amazing Plan Neige that revolutionised skiing in France, and probably the world.