We were sad to see it go. Fortunately, every ending has a new beginning. In this case, that’s the grand reopening of the legendary L’Alpette in Megève.
Since the beginning of time - or 1936 to be precise - this must-go establishment has been synonymous with leisure. Skiers in search of food and water know it all to0 well. At 1,895 meters above sea level, facing the majestic Mont-Blanc, the chalet with the bright red shutters and magnificent terrace boasts a sublime 360-degree view. Born and bred Megevans, but also Megevans at heart, never get tired of meeting at L’Alpette, savoring its delicious cuisine, and enjoying its relaxed ambiance.
It’s the go-to restaurant of some of the village’s top athletes, as well as their furry four-legged friends. Take the Rochebrune cable car to get there, and after a little trek through the snow, a finely set table next to a breathtaking panorama will be waiting for you. The talented Chef Edouard Loubet oversees the menu to the delight of guests and their taste buds. He offers a variety of unbelievable flavors, combining simplicity with a touch of sophistication.
It’s no secret that tradition is sacred in Megève, and so the reconstruction and reopening of the famous L’Alpette caused quite the stir at many dinner tables in Paris, Geneva, and worldwide. Its chalets are dazzling, luxurious, modern, and perfectly in line with classic Alpine architecture and the elegance and refinement of Megève. Therefore you couldn’t imagine the joy of L’Alpette and Domaine de Rochebrune loyalists when they discovered the new L’Alpette, identical to the old and every bit the authentic, fabulous, and elevated dining experience.
As if nothing had happened, everything is as it was. L’oysters drive, the oyster bar, has resumed serving seafood. Meat roasts over an open fire once again. And truffle pizzas warm the air with the smell of savory delights. The ambiance is set with good humor, excellent music, and a magical view of the Aravis mountains, the Pointe Percée, and the Mont-Blanc - just for you.
We’ve said it all, now Schuss to L’Alpette!
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