French in Grenoble

La Fondue

Faced with slightly kitsch wood panelling and serving 17 kinds of cheese and meat fondue, this is a great place to warm your insides on a cold Grenoble evening. Raclette and tartiflette round out the Savoyard offeri…
Italian in Grenoble

Ciao a Te

Emilian and Pugliese dishes jostle with the food of Naples and Sicily in this perennially popular trattoria. Enter through the kitchen and loosen your belt for freshly made pasta, crispy panzerotti (deep-fried calzo…
French in Grenoble

La Petite Idée

At this convivial restaurant, the traditional French menu changes two or three times a year but always features market-fresh, seasonal dishes such as rosemary-rubbed lamb with creamy gratin dauphinois. The €10 lunch…
Bistro in Grenoble

Le Petit Bouche

Festooned with vintage bric-a-brac, with time-scuffed floors and a narrow open bar-kitchen, Le Petit Bouche enjoys a loyal following. Its classic bistro fare, such as boudin noir with apple, is great value.
Market in Grenoble

Halles Ste-Claire

Pick up picnic fixin's or fresh meat, vegetables and pasta at this covered food market, built in 1874.
Moroccan in Grenoble

Le Tajine de l'Atlas

This impeccably kept Moroccan restaurant has been going strong for 30 years, dishing out mutton tajine and couscous royale to homesick Maghrebis and grateful locals alike. It's also popular with Grenoble's students.
French in Grenoble

La Ferme à Dédé

One of three 'farms' Dédé keeps in Grenoble and nearby Sassenage, this is a good place to get up to speed on what eating in the Dauphiné is all about. Grilled hanger steak with morel mushrooms and gratin dauphinois …
French in Grenoble

La Cuisine des Tontons

One for those with a 'meat tooth', this whimsically decorated bistro – decked out in homage to the 1963 French caper flick Les Tontons Flingeurs – does no fewer than eight different versions of tartare: alongside th…