With Ski Verbier Exclusive’s catered chalet service, you’ll have your own in-chalet chef who will prepare delicious meals on five out of the seven nights of your stay. Wednesday and Friday nights are the chef’s nights off and a perfect opportunity for you to experience the best mountain restaurants and nightlife that Verbier has to offer.
Whether you’re after some traditional Swiss cuisine, a hearty meal on a cold Winter’s night or a fine dining experience, Verbier has it all. We’ve put together some of our favourite evening spots around town as well as the best mountain restaurants and the most picturesque mountain terraces for the sun-filled days.
Evening Verbier Restaurants
Fer a Cheval
This central spot is a favourite with both locals and visitors alike. With a lively apres-ski atmosphere and sun-trap terrace, this is a great option for continuing your post-ski drinks into a casual evening meal. You can choose from an excellent range of pizzas and pasta dishes, including their famous lasagne.
Verbier’s Michelin-star restaurant, La Table d’Adrien sits within the Chalet d’Adrien hotel, adjacent to the Savoleyres lift. Head Chef Sebastiano Lombardi serves imaginative and delicate Italian cuisine, paired with carefully chosen wines. The creative and inspiring menu is as much about experience as it is about taste, so this is a perfect way to spend an evening; enjoying the cuisine and service.
If you’re looking for a beautiful mountain restaurant surrounded by nature, then this is the place for you. La Marlenaz combines stunning views across Verbier and excellent food. On the menu are traditional Swiss dishes such as fondu, rosti and Croûte au fromage made with locally sourced ingredients, as well as a selection of mouth-watering desserts.
If you’re wanting a chance to let your hair down, enjoy some delicious cocktails, live music and have a care-free dance, then Farinet is the place to go. Voted the ‘Best Apres Ski Bar Worldwide’, Farinet guarantees a party every night of the week! They can quite literally raise the roof and let in the sun and/or snow by opening up the bar’s retractable roof, keeping you cool whilst the party heats up. If you want to continue the night, you can move across to The Lounge for some cool DJ sets and soak up the ambiance with a cocktail and some Asian Fusion dishes.
If a classic unctuous burger is a favourite of yours, then Le Shed will not disappoint. The menu features a range of delicious fillings, sauces and sides, including their incredible spicy wild wings. Booking a table here isn’t possible, but you can enjoy a cocktail at the bar and soak up the vibrant atmosphere whilst you wait. The perfect option for a more relaxed evening and a favourite amongst the teenagers.
Located at the bottom of Le Rouge piste and easily accessible by skis, sledge, foot or car, the Le Rouge restaurant is always popular. The atmosphere post-skiing is forever vibrant, with live bands and DJs out on the terrace. Not only does the menu offer a fantastic range of drinks, but they also have a varied food menu with steak tartar, burgers, ribs and signature salads. On a Friday (and Saturday) night they also host a ‘Funky Fondu’ night, combining delicious cheeses and wines with a DJ providing the tunes so you can ‘eat to the beat’. It’s a unique experience you’re unlikely to find elsewhere!
Located at the top of the La Rouge piste, Le Carrefour is the longest running restaurant in Verbier, and it’s clear why! The menu includes Swiss specialities superbly executed, such as fondu, rosti, and their house speciality, L’Avalanche; a trio of exceptional cheeses. The location and the view across the town is reason enough to visit Le Carrefour, with the excellent food is the cherry on the top!
The Best Mountain Terraces in the 4 Valleys
Le Dahu quite possible the best mountain restaurant in all of the Val de Bagnes. Popular with locals and visitors alike, Le Dahu not only offers great food, refreshing drinks and a relaxed atmosphere, but it also offers one of the most picturesque mountain terraces with its stunning views across the valley and mountains beyond. An ideal location to enjoy your afternoon tipple whilst your little ones practise their snow ploughs.
Up on the sunny slopes of Savoleyres, the terrace at La Marmotte has an incredible view of Verbier town and across the valley to Bruson. Savoleyres itself has much to offer in terms of skiing opportunities and is somewhat undiscovered by many visitors to Verbier, making it’s slopes quieter than other parts of the 4 valleys. La Marmotte offer a traditional menu, with Swiss favourites such as fondu and raclette, making it a gorgeous lunch stop on a crisp winters day.
Hidden away amonst the trees, you can get to this magical mountain terrace by skiing down the inierary ‘Clambin’ or on foot via a woodland footpath that brings you out to this authentic setting. With panoramic views, this is a popular hideaway to discover the seasonal menu with friends.
Le Mouton Noir
With a sun-soaked terrace larger than the restaurant itself, this is the perfect place to even out your goggle tan and rest your ski legs. Located next to the Ruinettes lift up from Verbier town and with easy access from various runs, it’s the perfect place for non-skiers and skiers of all levels to meet for lunch. It is also perfectly placed to watch the parapenters take off and soar across the valley, or perhaps take a flight down yourself, with our friends Mike and Stu at Verbier Summits.
(and finally…!) Chalet Pierre Avoi
In Winter or Summer, the terrace at Ski Verbier Exclusive’s Chalet Pierre Avoi is an incredible spot to relax after a physical day of skiing or hiking in the mountains. The huge south and west facing terrace has jaw-dropping views of Combins and the Mont Blanc Massif and its outdoor hot tub is the perfect place to unwind.
Experience these fabulous restaurants and mountain terraces in Verbier during your stay with us. You can view our latest availability here for your ski holiday.