Best Places to Eat In and Around St Martin De Belleville

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Best Places to Eat In and Around St Martin De Belleville

Guest blog by SC Rentals: Best Places to Eat In and Around St Martin De Belleville


A lot has changed since the global pandemic started over two years ago now. We are really pleased to say that most of the restaurants in the local area have survived the struggles brought on by lockdowns. Businesses are very keen to keep their doors open for business for good. Some are under new management and others have used the time to renovate and improve their restaurants and bars ready to welcome you once again.


Best Places to Eat In and Around St Martin De Belleville


What’s new? 


Maya Altitude Restaurant- A cosy, Himalayan and Tibetan-inspired decorated restaurant designed by the Hong Kong architect, Sylvestre Murigneux. The restaurant focuses on Savoyard specialities, as part of the dining experience you get to choose the cooking method used for your dish. Pick between the charcoal grill and the tandoor oven. This is unheard of in most ski resorts, it’s definitely something you need to try when you visit.


L’Art B- Bar and restaurant found next to the drag lift. Previously known as the ‘L’Eterlou’ bar, this place has been totally renovated into a stylish and comfortable bar offering cocktails and a tasty selection of wines and craft beers. The bar works in partnership with the restaurant above it. This means you can order charcuterie and cheese boards from upstairs whilst you’re enjoying a glass of wine downstairs!


Best Places to Eat In and Around St Martin De Belleville:


Best Spots in Town for Breakfast


La Rissole- We recommend you check this bakery out when in St Martin. It’s a great little place for grabbing some coffee, and of course a delicious fresh croissant or a pain-au-chocolat in the morning… Nothing better to fuel you for a full day on the slopes. Sit in and enjoy your freshly prepared goods, or if you’re in rush, get your order to go.



Best Spots in Town for Lunch on The Slopes


Le Corbeleys- A lovely, traditional mountain restaurant next to the St Martin Express lift. Le Corbeleys offers a friendly service and tasty ‘Plats du Jour’. Perfect for a meal before or after carving up the slopes. The chalet is packed with family history, with the building previously used as a mountain pasture for over 100 years before being converted to the beautiful restaurant it is today. Relax on the terrace whilst enjoying a meal from their wide selection of local dishes.

Price Range: €€-€€€


Lay Loy- The best place for a last drink at the end of the day. La Loy can be found on the ‘Biolley Run’ which is halfway between the top of the gondola and the village. Offering hearty budget friendly meals as well as including your typical traditional dishes. Sit back and relax on one of the deck chairs from the south-facing terrace and enjoy the views.

Price Range: €€-€€€


La Ferme De Reberty- Located at the top of Les Menuires in Reberty 2000, this restaurant is a real all round pleaser. This places serves delicious food AND generous portions! The staff at La Ferme de Reberty are longstanding and professional offering great, friendly service. You can even ski to the restaurant if you’re coming from the blue slope. Enjoy your meal on the gorgeous terrace, or head inside to enjoy the cosy interior and huge central fireplace.

Price Range:  €€€



Love Tapas? Then You’ll Want To Check Out Le Simple & Meilleur


Le Simple & Meilleur- Le Simple & Meilleur has established itself as one of the best tapas spots in the village. It’s even well-known for its lovely charming décor. Highlights include the top floor bistro’s beautiful sun terrace which offers breath-taking mountain views. You can also buy fresh, home-made bread and pastries from 8am every day. The venue also offers convenient ski-in ski-out access and pedestrian access from the Grangerais area, near the St Martin de Belleville gondola. 

Price Range: €€€€



Best Spots In Town For Après Ski


Le Pourquoi Pas-  A favourite place to enjoy a drink in St Martin de Belleville. With a cosy atmosphere, live music three times a week, a fabulous log fire, and a great selection of wines and craft beers. This is a great watering hole to head to after a busy day on the slopes.


Best Places to Eat In and Around St Martin De Belleville


Best Spots in Town For Food


Le Montagnard- Probably the cosiest Savoyard restaurant in the village. Le Montagnard offers oodles of charm and incredible food. Located in a converted barn and with a unique decor of slate and mountain stone, pictures and family heirlooms, the restaurant reflects life in the village. Both past and present.

With numerous awards won for its fantastic service and equally impressive, traditional food, this restaurant is always sure to impress. Be sure to book as spaces are limited.

Price Range: €€€€


La Voute- Standing within old vaulted stables and centrally-located in the heart of St Martin de Belleville since 1985, this restaurant offers something for everyone. Discover a menu boasting a wide variety of dishes from pizzas to traditional meals and local Savoyard specialities. 

La Voute is open year-round and directly accessible from the village drag lift, conveniently situated in the village centre surrounded by shops. Their sun terrace will also offer great views of the Belleville Valley and Saint Martin’s church.

Price Range: €€-€€€



A Real Hidden Gem…


Le Grenier- Part of the 3 Star ‘Hotel Saint Martin’ but also open to the general public, Le Grenier is one of the hidden gems of Saint Martin de Belleville. Whether you visit for a delicious lunch whilst enjoying the sun on the large terrace or a cosy evening meal, you can enjoy friendly service and a great-value-for-money 3-star menu.  

Le Grenier offers convenient ski-in access direct from the slopes so a perfect stop for lunch. For evening meals, access is via the main hotel entrance.

Price Range: €€€



Fancy a fine dining spot?


La Bouitte: A fine dining experience in the 3 Michelin Star restaurant ‘La Bouitte’

A place for special occasions, this 3 Michelin Star restaurant can be found in neighbouring Saint Marcel. La Bouitte’s multiple awards mean food lovers visit from far and wide (sometimes via helicopter) to taste the fine dining menu and experience the breathtaking mountainside venue. There is also the added bonus of a free shuttle service included to and from the restaurant for guests. 

With innovative culinary creations, impeccable service and a vast selection of homemade cheeses wheeled out to you on a trolley, this restaurant offers a real special treat. 

Price Range: €€€€€


L’etoile Des Neige- Conveniently located just metres from the slopes and village, this authentic, family-run restaurant offers fine dining and great service.

With a reputation for quality, L’Etoile des Neige offers a delicious menu and has a huge terrace– perfect for enjoying the sun and panoramic mountain views during the day. As well as a traditional interior for eating a heart-warming meal in the evening.

Price Range: €€€



Best Spots in Town For A Unique Dining Experience


Le Trait D’Union- An unforgettable dining experience in the refuge “Le Trait d’Union”

For a unique experience, visit Le Trait d’Union. Set off the beaten track in a stunning location just after the St Martin 1 gondola arrival. This new refuge offers two different simple menu options. 

Expect a friendly welcome and heaps of rustic charm. Guests can also walk up in snowshoes, and enjoy a delicious Savoyard meal – either for lunch, dinner or for an overnight stay in one of their tasteful rooms. There is also the added bonus of stargazing from their outside hot tub, or exterior barrel sauna!

Price Range: €€


Chez Pepe Nicolas- A unique, family-run restaurant set in a stunning location between Les Menuires and Val Thorens, Chez Pépé Nicolas is another local gem. Open for lunch 7 days a week and dinner every evening except Sunday. 

Run by the grandchildren of its namesake, the restaurant offers a combination of contemporary cuisine mixed with traditional Savoyard dishes. All created using local produce and ingredients. As well as great food, the restaurant offers evening activities and entertainment for guests including bonfires, fireworks and the opportunity to view the farm’s cattle herds.

Price Range: €€€



We hope you enjoyed our guest blog about ‘Best Places to Eat In and Around St Martin De Belleville’.


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Best Places to Eat In and Around St Martin De Belleville





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