This beautifully decorated restaurant offers a traditional brasserie-style menu based on simple timeless recipes.
The décor is evocative of the great literary explorers of the last century - Jules Verne, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, Blériot -, whilst retaining a few Alpine touches in the exposed stonework and large roaring fireplace. They serve gourmet French dishes inspired by travellers and created by Michelin-starred chef Laurent Azoulay, such as Chestnut velouté with Beaufort and walnut or the vacherin with vanilla from Madagascar.
The restaurant is situated within the La Chaudanne hotel. This is a popular restaurant in the centre of Meribel, booking is recommended and can be done by contacting them directly using the links on this page.
Open from 18:30 to 23:00.
- "I just loved the decor, it was like a fairy tale inside and to top it up after we were seated, it started to snow outside... it was unreal! The food and service were very good, the personnel knew what to recommend and what wine to pair your food with! We loved it so much so we had dinner twice here during our 4-night stay." - Trip Advisor
- "Warm welcoming Savoyard decor and atmosphere. Excellent, professional, friendly service. Superb choice of menu and vast wine list. The dishes were well presented and truly delicious. A must whilst in Meribel." - Trip Advisor
- "We had a stunning romantic dinner at Le 80. Have the slow cooked lamb- hands down the best lamb I have had in a long time. Desert is also a must- mmmmmm! Considering he standard of the food, the price was not overwhelming and we were beautifully attended to all evening. Would recommend to anyone looking for a special night out while in Meribel." - Trip Advisor
- Pedestrian access
- Route de la Montée