Great offer of a wonderful galette and crepes for dessert and a boule of Normandy cider. Just loved it. Very friendly service. PS. There's a giant cow upstairs
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Big variety of crepes both savoury and sweet and they do an excellent racette the house wine very good also seems popular with locals as well as tourists
Nice friendly restaurant, loads of skiing paraphanalia up stairs, intersting. We sat downstairs, really lovely food and drinks, good service, just what we needed after a long walk around this lovely town.
Had late lunch here Friday - a welcome respite from all the rain. Both had gallettes which were big and quite tasty but the salad was a bit of a let down: just a load of leaves in balsamic vinegar dressing - perhaps a bit...More
We sat inside, a warm welcome from the host, hot chocolate went down well with the ladies. The croissant was what it was, fresh and tasty. The coffee was warm and tasted of coffee, it seemed a good place to become a regular haunt but...More
Visited today, with 3 teens and my wife. Wanted smallish lunch as big tea planned! 4 of the 5 had crepes, all very nice and authentic. I had a gourmand, two had sucre, and one had Nutella. Very tasty and value wise okay. Service very...More
Went there with my girlfriend and was a bit disappointed. Well got my dish and it wasn't that bad, a "galette complete" but was a little bit long to come. My girlfriend got a salad with salmon and aspergus and the salmon was first priced...More
In few places you can order crepes for lunch, but yes at the ladies of Les Marmottes. Tasty crepes and gallettes, shame that service is frankly unfriendly.
We have a 5 y/o and a 1 y/o so we're a tricky group. We had a lovely lunch at Les Marmottes. Charming kitsch ski lodge decor (the girls loved the funky little marmottes hiding around the place) Simple, quality food (crepes and galettes) done...More