Worship at the altar of cheese when you visit L’Art du Fromage, which sets about transforming traditional support acts such as Roquefort, Comté & Brie into the stars of the show. The bijou interiors are kitted out to resemble a generic Swiss restaurant, with beige & brown colour schemes & unfussy lighting, while the menu summons up memories of ski-trips gone by – expect a sackful of Alpine staples such as Bleu d’Auvergne fondue, tartiflette & raclette (melted cheese with potato, charcuterie & pickles). Aside from dairy delights, you can also partake of less calorific French evergreens such as escargots, foie gras parfait or duck à l’orange, followed by crêpes Suzette. The wine list sees Gallic mainland producers sitting next to some exciting ‘mountain’ names such as Roussette de Savoie.
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