The wood- and stone-clad interior of Le Caveau oozes ski style, and as one of the tastiest places to eat in Tignes, hedonists will not be disappointed. Dine from a mouthwatering menu that includes fricassee of frogs legs and snails, pan-fried quail breast or sea perch in spicy sauce. It’s certainly not cheap, but those on a budget can opt for reasonable set menus. Sit back and enjoy listening to the live entertainment every night – often a blues band – with a full stomach. The show starts at around 10.30pm. Indeed, a late-night choice in Val Claret; second-sitting diners can hang on to their table until closing time.