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Nice-ish (not fancy) dinner in Chamonix, France?

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My DH and I are hiking the Mont Blanc Circuit at the end of June/early July. We will be starting & ending in Chamonix. I'm looking for a recommendation or two for a nice(-ish) restaurant in Chamonix. It was the dying wish of one of my dearest lifetime friends and an inveterate traveler, who passed away last month, that she would treat us to dinner while on the trip because she wouldn't be around to hear how it went when we returned. So, we will have hiking clothes and a pair of jeans, and I will bring a nice top for this special occasion, but that's about it. Also, I am a vegetarian; my DH eats everything.

I guess I'm looking for a place where we can raise a glass of wine and toast the memory of this special person in my life. And chocolate. Must have chocolate :-) As for budget, 100 euros before tip/tax would be great; 150 euros before tip/tax would also be great.

oh, as for us, my DH is in his mid-40s, and this trip is my 50th birthday present.

thanks for any and all suggestions.

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