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Nostalgic. It’s what I’m feeling today. I’m missing the little slice of the French Alps I called home not too long ago.
I miss the cobbled streets. The cold air. The smell of mulled wine wafting through the streets.
I miss spending the days on the mountain and the nights in our little mountain home. Although small and hideously decorated, it was cosy none the less.
Chamonix for me, was a place that felt like home from the moment we arrived.
We spent the cold winter months getting air on a snowboard, getting to know ourselves and eachother, learning French and warming up with raclette and chocolate chaud.
I never expected to love it so much. Or miss it so much.
For the most part I did two things, snowboarded and ate. From scouring the fresh produce at the farmers markets or spending hours at the fromagerie choosing my cheese of the day, I took in every smell, every experience. I was dedicated to tasting the best Chamonix had to offer. Everything Chamonix had to offer.
I tried my hand at French cooking and often let others do it for me. It was a culinary adventure that I will not soon forget.
Today, I wanted to share a snippet of my experience with you and have put together a little hit list for when you find yourself in this slice of alp heaven.
I hope to be back very soon but until then, let me live vicariously through you.
~ Produce ~
Farmers Market (every Saturday of the year)
Organic Epicerie (organic grocery)
Le Refuge Payot (delicatessen & wine shop)
~ Breakfast & Coffee ~
La Petite Kitchen (decent coffee, it’s France, don’t expect much)
~ Lunch ~
Poco Loco (best burgers in town, definitely try the Chamonard)
Moo (pulled pork burger that is to die for)
Chambre Neuf (excellent plat du jour)
Auberge du Bois Prin (something special)
~ Dinner ~
Casa Valerio (best Italian outside Italy)
L’Atmosphere (French fine dining)
Moo (Swedish fare)
Moustache et ses Filles (French fare in a quirky environment)
Munchie (Asian fusion, order the sticky asian ribs)
Caphorn (Japanese & seafood) – also try the bar downstairs
~ For A Tipple ~
Cha Cha Cha (wine bar & wine shop)
Les Caves (cocktails & champagne)
Munster (Irish pub)
Chambre Neuf (THE place for apres ski)
~ Patisseries ~
Pie (best rum hot chocolates in town)
Chalet 4810 (beautiful chocolates)
~ Spa ~
~ To Do ~
~ To See ~
~ Snow ~
Anisa – The Macadames. xx
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