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Ristorante L'Alpage

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Typical Valle d’Aosta dishes at the foot of the Matterhorn

Restaurant L’Alpage is the go-to place if you want to combine culinary pleasure with enchanting views. Located in Breuil-Cervinia, at Lago Blu, it is the ideal place to enjoy the best recipes of Valle d’Aosta cuisine, while enjoying the beautiful landscape, ranging from the Grandes Murailles to the majestic Matterhorn.

Every dish at Restaurant L’Alpage is prepared with great respect for tradition and served in a rustic, cosy environment, furnished in wood and stone. Delicious dishes with Lard d’Arnad, chestnuts and motsetta meat are the perfect prelude to boudin ravioli or alpage soup. Then there is polenta and fontina fondue, fondue bourguignonne, raclette and platters of cured meats to enjoy with jam. At Restaurant L’Alpage, it is a continuous celebration of flavours, combined with a wine cellar offering renowned Aosta Valley and Italian labels.

An ideal stop-off point for trekking enthusiasts, who can enjoy amazing scenery along the paths around the Blue Lake, the restaurant welcomes customers in summer in the outdoor area on the large green lawn, amid deckchairs and tables, a true corner of paradise and relaxation.

Ristorante L'Alpage

Frazione Breuil-Cervinia Lago Blu, 4, 11028 Valtournenche AO, Italy

Call +390166949398 Website

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