Nice english speaking waiters. The cheese fondue was good, but expensive (like everything on Alle d'Huez).
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Super spot. Very well priced and the staff were very friendly and efficient. Introduced us to Genepi and some local dishes which was lovely. Returned for a second night and was just as good.
Au Montagnard is a small, discrete restaurant in a parade of bars, shops and other eateries. There is nothing to immediately grab your interest. However the food is excellent, the service attentive and thoughtful and the ambience perfect. As you may gather we really enjoyed...More
Ate here twice during our recent stay. French onion soup was excellent as was the steak. Service was exceptional. Had to book but highly recommended. Lots of menu choices with a set menu + steak on hot stones etc.
Traditional mountain food, executed well. Restaurant is located in a small shopping arcade which is not particularly characterful however once inside it feels like a cosy mountain restaurant. We had raclette and fondue. The table service was friendly and informative. If you are in the...More
Just got back from a end of week family meal. Hot Stones with meat selection went down well. Great service and good value for money
We had lunch at Au Montagnard for my daughter’s 11th birthday. We were booked for late in the service, but despite this we had a long leisurely lunch with friendly and attentive service. I can’t fault it
Fourth time to this lovely little restaurant ,excellent food warm welcome and friendly staff deliver amazing value quality 3 course meal highly recommended this restaurant
Eight of us had dinner here 13/02/18, lovely service very friendly and spoke good English, we had a fantastic Fondue, Hot plate and an amazing Steak Tartare, oh and the after eight dessert was wonderful. Lovely relaxed atmosphere and cosy restaurant. Need to pre book.
Returned having had a great experience last year. We were not disappointed. Food and service were great. Highlights were wine fondue and salted caramel cremated brûlée. Thank you’