Within the walls of the former Flocons de Sel restaurant, Emmanuel Renaut plays with his notion of relaxed gastronomy. Unpretentious décor (white tones, blonde wood, big photos of the mountains) and perfect, generous cuisine that packs an incredible bang for your buck in Megève! On the incredibly bistro-inspired menu, the day we went for lunch: slightly creamy orzo risotto (a rice-shaped pasta) served nice and hot with asparagus tips, morel and black trumpet mushrooms, under a beautiful layer of melted Beaufort; a radiant fillet of fera from the lake, in a golden flour breading, served with half an endive braised in orange juice, a beurre blanc emulsion and pretty cubes of winter vegetables wrapped up in the butter; before a clever and comforting dessert of light hazelnut cream surrounding a praliné, over a crunchy cookie surfing on a coffee cream. For something fresh to drink: a Roussette-de-Savoie from Blard (€16 for a half bottle), a very beautiful Argile cuvée from Les Ardoisières in Savoie (€44), Grand P de Mann, a rare Alsatian red to change things up (€70), or Brane-Cantenac if you feel like showing off (€115). Menu €35, à la carte €44-55, kids €18. // A.S.