Restaurant Le Chamois, tucked away on the road to Médran, is worth seeking out for unquestionably the best steak in town.
For a casual bite to eat, Fer à Cheval is always packed; this bar and pizzeria serves reasonable food at reasonable prices. And then you can party on into the night!
Le Sonalon restaurant is perched high up above the town of Verbier (accessible by road) that over looks the pistes and the resort. It's specialities include regional produce, cheeses and locally reared beef and veal.
L'Ecurie is a family run restaurant linked to a hotel and they describe themselves as rustic. Head here for a good atmosphere in the evening and to sample traditional fare.
Le Carrefour is a long standing favourite in Verbier and recently renovated to make it bigger and funnily enough, safer - it is situated on the ski slopes in an avalanche zone, but the commune have put some protection in place so there is no need to worry! Good selection of fondue, rösti, soups, salads and food served on the hot stone. You can access the restaurant on skis or by road, and we recommend booking in advance to be sure of a table.
Au Vieux Verbier serves traditional fare, with a professional and speedy service, situated at the Medran lift station, this restaurant is great for lunch and evening meals. The 'Potence' is the speciality here and comes highly recommended (meat served on a hot metal spike with a wonderful selection of sauces and accompaniments).
Le Caveau is situated on Place Centrale; it is hard to miss this restaurant and is always a favourite. Go here to try a fondue!
Relais des Neiges has a traditional décor, mountain cuisine (fondue!) and a nice terrace for sunnier days. The food is warm and filling and there are varied 'Menus de Jour' for lunchtime.
In addition to restaurants in resort, there are plenty of mountain restaurants you can access from the ski slopes.
La Marlenaz isn't top rated on Tripadvisor for nothing! The best view, the best food, the best service. And you have to walk or snowshoe here - so you work up an appetite on your way. Alternatively you can book the snow taxi to take you and your luge up to the restaurant for some hearty and delicious tucker, lots of wine and Williamine and then attempt to sledge back down - head torches are highly recommended, together with a sense of adventure, and good accident insurance!
Namasté has a fabulous view over the Combins from the wonderful terrace here perched in between Savoleyres and the Médran above Verbier. Despite the exotic name, the menu features many local dishes such as croute and fondue in a rustic chalet setting.
Cabane de Mont Fort is an unbeatable high mountain refuge. The views are understandably exceptional and you can eat true traditional mountain food.
The Mouton Noir is at the top of the Medran gondola. It has a huge sun terrace and live entertainment / cabaret acts to keep you entertained, as well as serving a range of mountain food, either from the menu or self service.