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Le Chalet Savoyard

Traditional raclette cheese melting in Paris restaurant

Le Chalet Savoyard

The Place in Paris for Authentic Alpine Cuisine

58 Rue de Charonne, 75011 Paris

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Right on Rue de Charonne, Le Chalet Savoyard is a simple restaurant that doesn’t fuss too much about décor but gets straight to the point: Savoyard specialties. Sometimes all you want is delicious flowing cheese, and you can get it here.

Scrape the melted cheese onto your bread and ham, then wash it down with wine in a cozy space meant for memorable food experiences. However, be aware that Le Chalet Savoyard requires that at least two people order the raclette, so be sure to take a friend with you.

Although it’s 26€ per person, it’ll be the best money you’ve ever spent on raclette! In fact, it makes our Top 3 Best Restaurants for Raclette in Paris. On the bright side, the menu is endless with tempting options like fondue Bourguignonne, tartiflette, gratiné au brézain, and on and on.

traditional raclette cheese dripping onto plate in Paris restaurant
Traditional raclette at Le Chalet Savoyard. Photo courtesy of Le Chalet Savoyard.

Fondue lovers? Try their four-cheese fondue with Comté, Emmental de Savoie, Beaufort, and Abondance. The fondue comes with grilled potatoes and bread to dip in and enjoy. You also have the option to add in other cheeses as well, including Roquefort, or chèvre et miel (goat cheese and honey). So much fromage, so little time! It’s tough to talk about cheese without drooling a little…

Do yourself a favor and visit this place if you’re in Paris in winter. Head to the 11th Arrondissement and indulge!

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58 Rue de Charonne, 75011 Paris
Opening Hours
Mon-Sun: 12:00-14:30; 19:00-23:00

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