Restaurant at Hotel Les Gentianettes, The Originals Relais
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Fine Dining at Hotel Les Gentianettes, The Originals Relais
Group of Friends Dining at Hotel Les Gentianettes, The Originals
Barman Picking a Bottle of Wine at Hotel Les Gentianettes, The O
Dried Hams at Hotel Les Gentianettes, The Originals Relais
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Visit our restaurants in Chapelle-d’Abondance

And enjoy some gourmet experiences

Gastronomy and mealtime delights have always been an integral part of the Haute-Savoie culture, especially in La Chapelle d’Abondance. So it’s the most natural thing in the world for the Chalet-Hôtel Les Gentianettes, The Originals Relais to serve up the best of the French and local culinary art in our two hotel restaurants. You can enjoy the subtle flavours by booking your table at Les Gentianettes, our main restaurant, or at La Baratte, a friendly option with Savoie specialities aplenty. Two restaurants, two styles, equal enjoyment!

Fresh Ingredients in Restaurant at Hotel Les Gentianettes, The O
Original Cocktail at Hotel Les Gentianettes, The Originals Relai
Wine Glasses in Restaurant Hotel Les Gentianettes, The Originals

LES GENTIANETTES

Artfully handled by Claude Trincaz, the chef and owner invites you to rediscover the delicious flavours of French cuisine.

LA BARATTE

In a warm and authentic atmosphere, the restaurant La Baratte is located in the area around the Chalet Hotel Les Gentianettes. You will enjoy the best Savoyard specialities.

Restaurant at Hotel Les Gentianettes, The Originals Relais
Raspberries Cake at Hotel Les Gentianettes, The Originals Relais
Group of Friends Dining at Hotel Les Gentianettes, The Originals
Restaurant Le Jolla Terrace near Hotel Les Gentianettes, The Ori
Night View of Restaurant Le Jolla in Lake Geneva near Hotel Les
View of Lake Geneva from Le Jolla Restaurant near Hotel Les Gent

LA JOLLA

The La Jolla restaurant on the shores of Lake Geneva 35 km from Les Gentianettes is run by Sandrine and Léo, the offspring of Claude Trincaz (owner of Les Gentianettes).



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