Guest travel review: Restaurant L’Outa, Les Gets

It’s Patchy Bear and Ski Bear here, guest reviewing about our ski trip to Les Gets with dad and his sister

With the exception of celebrity hangouts like Aspen and Vail, ski resorts aren’t usually blessed with gourmet dining. In France, the dining scene in ski resorts is dominated by traditional French cuisine

As dad and sis wandered around Les Gets on their first evening there, quite a few restaurants serving standard fare were full but they stumbled upon a real gem in Restaurant L’Outa

The ambience felt more classy, which was confirmed when they were served an amuse-bouche of soup topped with whipped cream

 Sis had a seafood risotto, which was generous with the seafood and a good seafood stock base

 Dad got the honey lamb shank. Tender and falling off the bone, the lamb shank was delightful

 Dad and sis got a recommendation for dessert from their waiter and they weren’t disappointed. He said the apple tart would take 30 minutes to cook but worth it. He was right. The lightest layer of puff pastry was topped with thin slices of apple. Superb way to end the meal

As teddy bears, we have to give them a bonus point for this painting in their restaurant

 Restaurant L’Outa
46 Rue de Chêne, Les Gets, France


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