For decadent fondue in a cozy atmosphere, La Savoie is the place. Located right in the heart of Mont Tremblant, La Savoie is an authentic French experience. After you are greeted with a small glass of complimentary white wine, enjoy great service and an authentic menu. Try a raclette, where is a block of cheese is placed next to a heat lamp, and it melts right at your table. Cook your own meat in oil fondue, or try a spicy broth fondue. Red wine fondue compliments the beef filet mignon it’s served with. Sides like rice pilaf and green salad complete the meal. Make sure to save room for dessert- the chocolate fondue is served with a variety of fruits, and is complemented by coffee or tea. RestaurantLaSavoie.com.
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