Meribel has a wide range of restaurants to suit most tastes. For dinner many now try to stagger arrivals so have 2 sittings. Normally around 7/7.30pm and then again about 9/9.30pm. Families usually choose the earlier sittings so for other single adults I would normally advise the later time especially in school holidays. Below with have a great selection of the best in town and around plus their own pages have menu samples with prices too so you can get a good idea before you arrive. Note that Wednesday evenings are the busiest as this is the most popular day off for chalet girls. Always book very early if you really need to eat out on this day. Don’t worry too much if the restaurant is not right near your accommodation. The free bus service in Meribel is excellent and stops outside or very near most restaurants in and around Meribel and Mottaret.
La Galette is a lovely family run restaurant on the Galerie De Cimes, 100 yards up from the tourist office. It is a very popular busy establishment so always reserve. Well known for Fondues, both meat and cheese.
Le Bistro De L’Oree is now in it’s 3rd season and very well known for superb food from the owner and chief chef Sylvan Chardonnet. It is very convenient if you are staying in the Rond Point area but the free bus stops right outside if not.
This village is the original going back centuries and is well worth a visit. Here is the first of 4 super restaurants. The L’Arbe is to be found right opposite the free bus from Meribel so very easy to reach.
Just past Meribel Village is Le Plantin. This is a renowned restaurant serving maybe the best food in all of Meribel! Very upmarket but worth the extra if you can afford it. Fabulous interior decor and 1st class service.