Restaurateurs in “green” mode
All the Village’s stakeholders want to contribute to preserving the unique environment of the ski area by committing to sustainable development.
After replacing all the lightbulbs in the car park with LED bulbs to reduce electricity consumption, it is now the turn of the restaurateurs to highlight ecological issues.
In the 8 à Huit, there is a deli counter with hot homemade dishes to take away in biodegradable containers, with bamboo cutlery. There is also a range of organic items with some produce sold loose.
The Wood Bear Café proposes generous gourmet cuisine with a selection of homemade dishes, local specialities and a range of organic, vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free choices. As part of its commitment to the anti-plastic campaign, plastic straws are being replaced by stainless steel ones. The restaurant will also be selling its own new coffee mugs with the Wood Bear Café logo to replace takeaway coffee cups.
For a rapid savoury snack, Cascade Sucrée is proposing several types of pasta with homemade sauces and a typical Savoyard speciality: the Hot Diot. Adapted from the famous hot dog, the Hot Diot consists of crusty bread and a diot sausage cooked in white wine.
Le Mazot and Brasserie 1950 have vegan / veggie options on their lunch and dinner menus.
Le Perce Neige restaurant receives fresh local produce daily so that it can offer balanced seasonal dishes.