Whether staying in a catered chalet, a hotel, a bed and breakfast or a self catered chalet or apartment anyone coming to stay in Morzine has to feed themselves during their time in resort. Even those in catered chalets will have to fend for themselves during the day on the mountain or on the staff day off. There are a number of options to suit all budgets so no one has to worry about going hungry.

Restaurants In Morzine

The French are famous for their food, and this is especially true of the Alps, where the cuisine has a long history in the region. As a tourist hotspot Morzine offers plenty of choice for anyone wanting to try the local cuisine. There are a number of restaurants serving the local specialities, including all the cheese dishes for which the Savoie region is so famous such as Fondue, Tartiflette and Raclette. They also offer Pierrade, where the diner cooks their own meat on hot stones. The restaurants also offer a range of other meals for people who do not want to eat too much cheese!

There is also a selection of takeaways in town, offering pizzas, wraps, curries and noodles as well as a number of burger restaurants and restaurants with vegan and vegetarian specialities.

There is something to suit all budgets and all tastes amongst the restaurants of Morzine so that even the fussiest eater should find something to keep them happy when eating out in town.

Grocery Shopping

People who are staying in self catered accommodation will almost certainly need to stock up on groceries at some point during their stay, unless they are planning to visit a restaurant every single night of their visit! Those driving out to resort can bring food with them or stop off en route to buy food which is generally cheaper out of town.

In town there are two a couple of larger supermarkets as well as numerous stores selling some of the regional specialities, such as the local cheeses and meats. There is also a market every Wednesday offering fresh local produce including fruit and vegetables, cheeses, meats, jams and preserves. There are also a number of local bakeries in town to buy fresh bread and pastries from throughout your stay for breakfast or lunch. Itís important to be aware of the opening hours of the supermarkets, especially out of season, as during quieter months they often close for lunch or donít open at all on Sundays.