They can be standard, all-pork, smoked or served with cabbage but these traditional sauusages from Savoie, cooked with white wine, are a true genuine local specialty from the Alps. Prepared using various preservation techniques such as drying or salting, the diots are served with a "crozets gratin" (local pasta), potatoes or polenta and always with a good glass of white wine.

Don't miss a chance to taste them, as this is undoubtedly one of the most favoured Savoie specials!

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To bring you the best of Savoie culinary specialties within a cozy, warm and family-like environment, well-suited for enjoying a relaxing moment after a long day of sporting events, in winter or during summertime.


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Despite the fact that we did not book a table, a very nice lady warmly welcomed us.A beautiful atmosphere emerges from the place, largely due to the different members of the team The food was excellent from appetizer to dessert. I absolutely recommend it (and especially the pierrade and its gratin which was really very good)

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