Small and quirky restaurant. Love the rustic decore but rather pricey. Thai chicken was delicious and owner very friendly.
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Had dinner in the interseason here, it was very good. Small menu (which is a good thing) extremely endearing host/chef, great wine choices, very flavourful food, lovely ambience. Not a lot else to say really, this restaurant has got it right in a sea of...More
This restaurant offers everything and more. The menu has something for everyone and the dishes are reliably fresh and tasty. Pam, the owner chef is a charming hostess and shows great attention to detail to make your experience at Le Petit Coq memorable. There is...More
My wife and I always find time to dine at this restaurant in the evening. Great food, great atmosphere and a really great host who has the best background music in town. An added bonus is the price, great value for money.
We ate at Le Petit Coq twice - once for dinner and once for lunch. The dinner was excellent, we had scallops in a delicious spicy broth then Thai chicken curry and a selection of deserts - all were well cooked and presented and very...More
Having done DIY all day, and as it was the last evening that we had with my sister, we went out for dinner. We said that we would try the village and if nothing took our fancy that we would go into town. We happily...More
This restaurant is a tea room during the day and a restaurant at night. We started with the tapas starter for two which was excellent value at 10E. There is a limited menu, the food was well presented and beautifully cooked. There is a good...More
I have eaten here a number of times and I have really enjoyed every visit. The owner is very accomodating as we often book a table for 15 plus people including very young children. During the winter the restraunt is very warm and cosy as...More
In a gorgeous location, set back from the main road in St Jean d'Aulps, this restaurant is a short drive down the valley from Morzine. Wonderful charm and ambience, quite unlike some of the larger establishments in the main resort. Although the eclectic menu may...More
We have recently eaten at a great little restaurant in a small town near Morzine. The restaurant is called le petit cq and is tucked away off the main road in st jean d'aulps. The place was recommended and we weren't disappointed. The internal decor...More