Restaurants & Amenities in Sainte Foy Tarentaise
Details of local services available both on and off the mountain
Restaurants in Sainte Foy Resort
New opening this season!!! Restaurant, coffee house, and micro brewery. We’re excited to see some individual beers like ‘Powderhound’ & Slippery Slope, definitely worth a visit. The restaurant serves international dishes using local ingredients, with specialities like house smoked fish and meat. Or just stop by for a coffee (using delicious Brazilian beans) or choose from a variety of teas. Of course there’s biscuits & cakes to accompany if desired. See their website here.
A traditional restaurant in a charming XVIth century Savoyard chalet, serving raclette, fondue and a host of other local dishes by night and delicious hearty omelettes, pasta, salads and snacks by day. Open for lunch, dinner and drinks with a panoramic terrace. Reservations recommended for evenings (sittings at 7 and 9)
A great place for lunch and dinner with sophisticated French and classic Savoyard cooking – a real hub of the resort with a fantastic, varied menu. Cosy interior and seating on the terrace too.
Inside space and a large terrace for sunny Après-ski. Brasserie menu with pizzas to eat in or take away.
Lovely wine and tapas bar in central Sainte Foy, serving a fantastic selection of wines and ever-popular platters of local meats and cheeses. Each table has a built in burner, so you can sample Alpine specialities such as fondue and raclette. Fine wines and deli produce available to take away too
Near the ski schools. Great ambiance, regular live music and a terrace with views of the nursery slopes. Snacks and light lunches served from 11:00 – 20:00 every day.
Located right beside the Savonnette run, Eden’s Kitchen has a superb menu based on local, seasonal produce. Large terrace with great views of the valley and a light, open dining room. Open for lunch Sunday to Friday and for dinner every evening.
A fabulous contemporary restaurant, with the building split across 2 floors; snack bar on the first floor serving pizzas, burgers, salads and fresh local produce. On the second floor a cosy lounge for relaxing with a glass of your favourite tipple. Take-away pizzas available too.
La Bergerie is under new management, offering lunch, light dishes and delicious evening meals. Traditional pizzas are available to take out or eat in. The south-facing sun terrace is the perfect spot for a late relaxing lunch in the sun! The team will be delighted to welcome you in an authentic setting and offer you their tasty mountain fare.
Restaurants on the Ski Slopes of Ste Foy
At the top of the first chairlift. A delicious plat du jour, homemade ravioli, omelettes and hot & cold drinks. Watch skiers and snowboarders on the slopes from the sunny terrace or share a table in the cosy interior.
At the top of the first chairlift. Open during winter and summer. Specialising in Savoyard cuisine. Reservations recommended. Please note, you can only make reservations in person, ie our Concierge cannot do so on your behalf.
Accessed from Grand Solliet blue ski run (close to La Marquise chairlift). A ski-in mountain restaurant on the piste… Enjoy beautiful lunches, drinks & spectacular mountain views. There is also a snack bar at the same location, serving a selection of hot and cold choices.
Nearby Village Restaurants
Located in Sainte Foy Village – a 10-minute drive from resort. Open all year for breakfast, lunch, drinks and dinner. Choose from the brasserie menu in the bar, fine dining in the first-floor restaurant, or the Caveau with its focus on excellent cuts of meat. With log fire inside and spectacular views across the valley from the terrace. There is an extensive list of fine wines and these can also be purchased to enjoy elsewhere.
There is one supermarket on each side of the resort, selling all essentials including toiletries, fresh meat, fruit and veg.
The tourist office is centrally located and has full details of local events, activities, services and attractions.
Une Marmotte Au Soleil: Selling newspapers and magazines (including English-language), souvenirs, postcards, stamps & local produce. No tobacco.
Located very close to the resort centre on the top of the public car park
The yellow box opposite the door of the supermarket beside our Concierge Office and another outside Une Marmotte au Soleil (newsagent)
There are various free public car parks throughout the resort. Do make sure that you comply with parking signage and restrictions
Save time and benefit from discounts of 20% off the in-resort rates by booking your ski & snowboard hire in advance of arrival using the SkiSet link here. Guests can also book online via their dedicated Première Neige client portal, login details to which are sent upon booking.
Medical & Emergency Services
The nearest hospital is in Bourg Saint Maurice, a drive of just under 18km (25 mins) from Sainte Foy Resort. Accident and Emergency unit.
- Médival, Medical Centre in Val d’Isère (25-min drive) with a British doctor: Tel: +33 (0) 4 79 40 26 80
The nearest pharmacies to Sainte Foy are located in Séez, just 15 minutes away on the way down to Bourg-Saint-Maurice, or in Val d’Isère (25 minutes) or Tignes Le Lac (25 minutes)
Emergency Services Phone Numbers
General Emergency Services – English-speaking: Dial 112
Ambulance Service: Dial 15
Police: Dial 17 or Tel: +33 (0) 4 79 07 04 25
Fire: Dial 18 or Tel: +33 (0) 4 79 06 91 03