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Each room has its own atmosphere
Several rooms welcome you to the restaurant Chez Pépé Nicolas in Val Thorens, with a mountain atmosphere always welcoming. Magali SUCHET, atmosphericist, manages the entire staging: flowering terraces and interior, theatration of the rise of parking from the Chasse to the cottage, staging the restaurant and its rooms. His keen eye cares for detail to provide a successful experience for the 5 senses of visitors. Every season, she takes advantage of her free time to survey the flea markets, establishments outside France and reference establishments in terms of atmosphere to adapt them for her restaurant in Val Thorens.
Three interior spaces with a different style, warmth and design set the tone.
- La Dairy: many objects from the world of the dairy have been diverted from their first use to create a warm and original atmosphere in the Dairy space: the chandeliers are made from milk bottles, milk jars serve as stools or coat rack pedestals. The room overlooks the terrace of the Alpages, by a large bright bay window.
- La Grange: more rustic atmosphere with haystacks transformed into clever and comfortable benches, for the Grange space. The bar trone in the middle of the room, master piece for happy hours, and sas essential to join the other rooms and terraces.
- The Cave: this last extension was the subject of substantial work, because it was necessary to dig in the rock of the pastures to create this space, entirely vaulted, and to give the full sensation of being in a cellar of refinement of tradionnel Savoy goat cheese. Cozy and intimate atmosphere with a wood stove and soft lights. Not to be missed: a wink in honor of the "Suchet tribe" with a life-size painting hanging at the back of the room, featuring the Suchet brothers and cousins around grandpa Nicolas and grandma Séraphine.