If you haven’t been able to go skiing this year, you can console yourself with a trip to this restaurant where the wood panelling, kitsch décor (old fashioned tools, wooden skis) and aroma of melted cheese is reminiscent of a mountain chalet. The premise is simple: you cook your meat yourself on grills set into the wooden tables. We liked the air-dried Grison-style beef, excellent Savoyard cheese fondue and bourguignon meat fondue. It's good value (€13 to €16) and you can also try the €21.80 fixed menu option which comes with a super raclette or super braserade (200g of meat), house salad and dessert.
|Venue name:||Les Fondus de la Raclette|
19 rue Joseph Dijon
|Opening hours:||Daily 12mid-2.30pm, 7pm-11pm|
|Transport:||Métro : Jules Joffrin ou Simplon|