The Edge Catered Ski Chalet Morzine


Here at The Edge we really do pride ourselves on the quality of our meals and after several years feeding hungry skiers and snowboarders, we know what makes a great menu.

At the heart of our menu you’ll find fresh, wholesome meals created using local produce. Here’s some sample menus to whet your appetite.


Served between 8am and 9am daily

Continental Breakfast – available every day
Porridge and cereals
Croissants and toast
Fresh fruit
Selection of fresh juices, tea and coffee

Cooked Breakfast – available on 6 days of your holiday with different options each day

Scrambled eggs
Bacon and tomatoes
Beans on toast
Boiled eggs
Poached eggs


Freshly baked and ready for your arrival from the slopes at around 4.30pm, 6 days a week

Lemon drizzle cake
Coffee and walnut cake
Banana loaf
Victoria sponge
Chocolate fudge cake
Apple and cinnamon cake
Ultimate carrot cake

A selection of teas and coffees to accompany


We serve 4 courses on 6 evenings of your stay with us, at around 7pm. Dinner begins with a freshly prepared starter followed by a hearty main course, dessert and then cheese course, accompanied by wines and then coffee. Here are some examples of our imaginative yet tasty evening menus.

Tuna Mousse
Beef Bourguignon, Parsnip Mash, Glazed Carrots
Tarte Tatin

Cauliflower & Roquefort Soup
Roast Belly Pork, Roast Potatoes, Braised Red Cabbage
Bread & Butter Pudding

Piedmont Peppers
Grilled Salmon, Dauphinoise Potatoes and Stir Fried Vegetables
Lemon Cheesecake

Pea & Ham Soup
Pigs Cheeks & Prunes, Pasta & Parsnips
Eton Mess

Smoked Salmon
Chicken Tarragon, Rice & Courgette Ribbons
Chocolate Fondant

Lardon & Crouton Salad
Lamb Tagine, Cous-Cous & Cucumber Raita
Crème Brulee


We specially select all of our wines each year to compliment our menus. All wines are included during dinner.

Rare Vineyards Malbec 2009
The Argentines have made the Malbec grape a world star, producing soft, supple, velvety wines – a world away from the old-fashioned reds of France’s Cahors where the grape traditionally hails from. This Malbec wine is very much in the New World style – lashings of juicy berry fruit with a lovely enveloping smoothness.

Monastier Shiraz 2009
A lightly oaked Syrah/Shiraz from the Languedoc. It has a lovely vanilla-like point from the oak, marrying beautifully with the soft dark fruit in the wine.

Domaine Preignes le Vieux Alleutier 2009
A superb middle-weight Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot blend from the Languedoc. It’s got real charm – the typical plumminess of Merlot combined with the Cabernet backbone to give it bite.

Domaine Perillieres AOP Cotes du Rhone Villages 2008
Made from 70% Syrah and 30% Grenache in the Gard region between Avignon and Nimes, this is surely a wine that encapsulates why the Rhone Valley is one of the best sources in the world of accessible, interesting, charming red wines. It’s got body and substance, but it doesn’t knock you off your perch. It’s got flavours of delicious dark candied fruits and sweet cinnamon. Very difficult indeed to resist finishing the bottle… nicely pairing up with some lovely rosemary-scented lamb chops.

Our guests say…

“The menu has been well designed, and the food was beautifully prepared. It was delicious, fresh and the portions were generous. The Beef Bourguignon was the best we have had in any chalet!”
Roartreloar on TripAdvisor, 23rd April 2015

“The food was delicious and very well presented. My wife is gluten and dairy free and this was not a problem for Tom and Sarah, the chalet hosts”
Bigj0hn on TripAdvisor, 22nd February 2015

“Food was great, they also prepared a special kids menu for us, with the older kids alternating between kids and adults menus depending on what was being served. Plenty of wine with the meals, always more than we could manage!”
Gillybilly71 on TripAdvisor, 5th January 2015