The mountain restaurant food thread
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Apr-2012
AllyG
Ian Wickham wrote:

Don't quite understand that one, but I'm sure it makes sense to you


Don't worry about it Ian

I seem to understand very little of anyone's posts these days

And - back on topic - the best food I ever had in a mountain restaurant was in Obergurl, at the top of the one man chair lift (which I think has been replaced now). It was a wooden platter covered in thick slices of grainy-looking bread with a wide selection of cheeses.
Apr-2012
NellyPS
My absolute favourites are Tiroler Grostl, goulash soup mit brot of course, something that isn't served over here but in the states is (not sure of the name) either soup or chilli served in a bread pot so you literally eat everything and the barbecue in the restaurant at the bottom of the madelaine lift in Val D.
Apr-2012
Bedrock barney
NellyPS wrote: restaurant at the bottom of the madelaine lift in Val D.


That was our regular eating stop in January. Great spot (especially when the sun was shining)
Apr-2012
Felthorpe
I have never found anything to beat Crepes a GoGo in L2A. Fab French restaurant in the village with freshly made thin crepes with a variety of fillings savoury or sweet OR a large dish of mountain ham OR a fondue OR a hot stone OR a raclette OR all of the above....... phew I feel quite exhausted after all that food.
Apr-2012
Tony_H
AllyG wrote:

And - back on topic - the best food I ever had in a mountain restaurant was in Obergurl, at the top of the one man chair lift (which I think has been replaced now). It was a wooden platter covered in thick slices of grainy-looking bread with a wide selection of cheeses.


Cheese and Biscuits Ally.
Apr-2012
NellyPS
TARTIFLETTE!
Apr-2012
Ian Wickham
NellyPS wrote:TARTIFLETTE!


Now your talking but a tad too heavy for lunch
Apr-2012
Andyhull

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