Megeve City Guide

L'Alpage des Fermes in Megève

Perched at an altitude of 1,800 meters on the Rochebrune massif, L'Alpage des Fermes de Marie offers a delicious table d'hôte with a view.

Table d'hôtes with a view, Megève

Once you've taken the Caboche or Rochebrune cable cars, then travelled by 4x4 or on foot along the alpine paths, you'll discover an authentic refuge with wooden floors and walls covered in ancelles, those weathered wooden tiles, with its fireplace, old chests, hay racks and credenzas. The enchanting view takes in the Col du Véry cirque, Mont Charvin and the Aravis mountains. Here, you can sip a raspberry wine aperitif imagined by Jocelyne Sibuet for lunch or dinner on a full-moon evening , before being delighted by a copious buffet followed by a barbecue featuring homemade pies, "au caillou" soup, polenta sticks, knife-cut mountain ham, Alpine salt trout and local herbs. Sweet treats include red fruit soup, blueberry and rhubarb tarts, wild berry soup and homemade clafoutis... And for diners, a babysitter accompanies the children to the table. For contemplative epicureans.