Owning the most popular Savoyarde restaurant in the Gateway to the Alps is a bold claim but “Dédé” is able to make it with confidence. The central location and Alpine-inspired design (the cash till is situated on a traditional wooden wagon), not to mention the brilliant fondues, raclettes, enormous charcuterie platters, and good choice of local craft beer ensure this place fills up fast even on weekdays. Try to book ahead, but if it’s full try your luck at the door, as the staff—always rushed off their feet but unfalteringly happy to help—will try to squeeze you in if your group is four or less; if you’re really stuck, a sister venue near the train station.