Recommended by our chalet owner, we visited this lovely restaurant set in a small village part way up a valley for dinner. We were welcomed onto their patio which overlooks the mountains and their pool - we did not try it!
Our pre-dinner gin based cocktails were delightfully presented. The starters were a little on the expensive side, but again were well presented and tasty. The mains were good value - we had Magret de Canard and Tartare de Boeuf. The local Mondeuse grape wine we selected was okay, but we probably would not go with that again as this grape works best blended. After all the lovely earlier dishes, our desert, Meringue Glacee, was a little disappointing. However the overall food experience was excellent.
The restaurant itself is quite large and in the winter would be cosy with it's fires.
My daughter and son in law visited two nights later and similarly enjoyed a great meal. During our stay in the Region we also enjoyed a great walk over the Col de Montiseti. This starts a short drive up the road from La Mazure which is just across the valley from Le Miroir. The drive up to the Italian border at Col de petit St Bernard is also very pretty and worthwhile, and very accessible from le Miroir.
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