Several new eating and drinking venues in Les Gets
Category: > Les Gets | 29th Nov, 2011
JM and Rhona from the very popular fish and chip, wrap, pizza and noodle restaurant Mamma's in Morzine have taken over the Boomerang in Les Gets. They are going to open a restaurant much like Mammas there as well as a tapas cum wine bar. We have high hopes for the wine bar, as the Boomerang is well placed and has been an incredibly popular place for locals and holidaymakers alike in past years. There will be another new wine bar a few steps down the road from the supermarkets, in the space previously occupied by a t-shirts and sweets shop. This shop was once run by a local as a very successful restaurant. The restaurant La Remize is under new management, as is the Flambeau. Both of these have been perennial favourites with the Getoise and look like they will continue to provide a mix of the Savoyard specialities we all love and some slightly more haute cuisine dishes. Just a few steps away from the foot of the slopes and the centre of town is a new all-glass, circular bar. This is called Ba Bar, owned by the Belle Alpe hotel and will surely prove a hot spot for après ski drinks. The Dublin Inn, no doubt annoyed by several years of confusion with the Irish Bar, is going to change its name to JC's Sports Bar. The kitchen is to be run by the chaps behind A&D, a popular fast food restaurant in Morzine. The Bar Bush, a fab little bar with a great atmosphere, and a real favourite of the Brits happily remains unchanged. Some great restaurants remain unchanged too, and provide superb food: the Tyrol, the Choucas and the Tourbillon. The stand-out winner for us however is L'Outa, which provides great atmosphere in its high-end wine bar, and the zenith of Les Gets food in its modern-French restaurant. .