Restaurant
in Demi-Quartier

La P'tite Ravine

Mountain restaurant located at the foot of TS La Ravine 800 meters from the top of the Jaillet gondola. Exceptional view of the Mont-Blanc chain. Ski, pedestrian and mountain bike access. Traditional and Savoyard cuisine with fresh, quality products.
– Children’s menu or 1/2 portion dish of the day
– Possibility of sledding with loan of shovel sleds.
- Board games
– Booster seats
– summer: sandbox, boules, swing.
We speak: English, French

Location details

  • In the mountains
  • Ski station
  • Accessible on skis

Restaurant

Culinary specialties

  • Traditional french cuisine
  • Savoyard cuisine

Opening

Opening hours from June 15 to September 15, 2024
MondayOpen
FridayOpen
SaturdayOpen
SundayOpen
Open at noon.
In the evening by reservation.
Further information) :
Dates to be confirmed

Prices

Payment methods

  • Bank / credit card
  • Cheque
  • Classic Holiday Vouchers
  • Cash

Services

Equipments

  • Playground
  • Bar
  • Terrace Area
  • Toilets
  • Boulodrome / Petanque ground / Fort bowling green
  • Sustainable development equipment
  • Management of waste
  • Baby chair
  • Board Games

Services

  • Pet Friendly

Activities on site

  • Evening entertainment

Home animals

Pets Accepted: Pets are accepted

Accessibility

  • Wheelchair accessible with assistance
  • Accessible entrance

Physical disability

Restaurant accessible ONLY in winter by gravity.
Be careful, to leave the restaurant: you have to push on +/-200m to reach the Ravine chairlift.
Do not go down the “7 dwarfs” slope below the restaurant because the Jaillet gondola is not accessible to people in ski chairs.

Direct access from the “Les 7 nains” slope to the restaurant terrace.
Level entrance to the restaurant.

Terrace :
Height under the tables: 71cm

Inside:
Height under the tables: 69cm
Width between feet: 110cm

Toilets not accessible, too narrow.

Reservations recommended in advance.

Address

743 ravine road
74120 Demi-Quartier
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