We had lunch here. Even though it’s Michelin starred, we were able to go in with our ski boots on (and they had places to put our helmets too) so you can definitely go here for lunch between skiing and not feel out of place.
We had the 3 course meal (although, when you factor in amuse bouche and the like it was more like 6 courses). Each course was divine. The portions, while not large, were still not minimalist and more than satisfied our appetites after a hard morning’s skiing. They were beautifully presented and a delight to taste.
Between the four of us we shared a bottle of wine and we each had a house cocktail. Yet our bill came to only €75 per person - not much more than you’ll be charged for a far less satisfying meal half-way up the mountain.
If your going to La Tania (or anywhere in The Three Valleys) add this place to your itinerary and book before you go - you will not regret it!
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