Les Enfants Terribles Restaurant
The Hotel Mont-Blanc is also famous for its mastery of the culinary art, with its restaurant named Les Enfants Terrible. Named by its creator Georges Boisson, a friend of Jean Cocteau, the restaurant has gone far beyond any trends or fads to become one of Megève’s local legends. Its walls preserve the memory of the real "enfants terribles" and the nights still ring the echo of memorable parties with famous politicians and authors, stars of the theatre and cinema and chiefs of industry. The so aptly named restaurant has been redecorated with passion and taste and now offers a dual pleasure.
Pleasure for the taste buds
This chic bistrot subtly blends the great classics of French cuisine with the signature dishes that have made the place such a success: le lobster roll, the beef fillet in Les Enfants Terribles distinctive style or the legendary rum baba.
Pleasure for the spirit
Diners can enjoy all this while admiring a magnificent mural by Cocteau. Jean Cocteau’s original works and pottery from Jean Marais’ workshop are enhanced by the modern, quirky yet refined décor to create a novel atmosphere in this "terribly inspiring" location.