There is plenty of choice in the centre of La Rosiere and up in the Village des Eucherts (there are actually 22 restaurants to choose from in La Rosiere,) and there will be something to suit everyone, whether it’s a romantic meal for two or something early evening with the kids. As with all French ski resorts there are an abundance of local speciality restaurants, so you can always pack in those calories that you’ve burnt off, by means of cheese and carbs.
Mountain restaurants in La Rosiere
Eating out on the mountain in La Rosiere is relatively well-priced for a ski resort, although prices are on the rise, so be careful not to blow €20 on a mountain meal that isn’t worth it. It is a fact that the Italian side of the resort will be easier on the wallet for lunch time meals.
There are definitely a couple of mountain restaurant stops to be recommended on the La Rosiere side, but if skiing capabilities allow, then drop down into La Thuile for an Italian lunch. Lo Reindet on the San Bernardo red run down to La Thuile is probably the first choice. Think pickled vegetables, pizza and very good pasta and Tiramisu.
Back on the French side, head to Les Petit Relais, which is located near the Roches Noire chair lift. Le Traversettes near the Fort Express chair is also worth a visit, those who don’t normally like the self-service aspect of some mountain restaurants may be pleasantly surprised.
Resort restaurants in La Rosiere
Many of the restaurants in La Rosiere have a truly French, Savoyard feel. Le Genepi is definitely one of the best in the village although it comes with a hefty price tag. La Turia is also highly recommended for Fondue. For something on the cheaper side, Le Comptoir often has live music and excellent burgers.
Apres-ski in La Rosiere
For a good night out there are plenty of bars to crawl in La Rosiere although it’s definitely not a resort that has a reputation for banging nightlife, perhaps nearby Val d’Isere would be better for that if partying is what you’re after? Le Moonbar within the Les Balcons de La Rosiere chalet complex is often the liveliest venue in town.