Welcome to Lo Riondet

A unique spot surrounded by rugged countryside

Traditions and rurals simplicity in the heart of the Alps.
For over 40 years and 3 generations, our cuisine has reflected the simple beauty of the Aosta Valley and Mont Blanc Valleys.

In summer

Whether you are a cyclist, motorcyclist, trekking lover or passing by car on the Piccolo San Bernardo road, stop for a food and wine stop.

Good food awaits you!

Lo Riondet - La Thuile

PRINCIPALITY OF RIONDET

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For 40 years we’ve passionately been running this family concern.
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Our Riondet begins in the summer of 1978 with our father Ivano, who, in his twenties, embarks on his adventure as a bar / restaurant helped by his grandmother Maria, who supports him by working in the kitchen.

Lo Riondet - La Thuile

OUR SPECIALTY

La raclette

With its distinctive flavour and unique serving method, raclette is a high-calorie dish essential to combat the rigours of winter; it adds conviviality to a party supper and delights the palate.

La selvaggina

Come and discover our traditional cuisine. Rich meat dishes made according to local recipes from the Aosta Valley plus a wide choice of gam

HOW TO REACH LO RIONDET

During the summer

You can reach us by car, motorbike or bicycle following trunk road no.26 to the Little St Bernard Pass, alternatively on foot. Discover the ancient Roman Road to Gaul that departs from La Thuile.

During the winter

It’s only possible to reach Lo Riondet on skis from slope no. 7 and no.4 – on the Little St Bernard Pass side – or by walking uphill from the village of Pont Serrand along the signed footpaths.
If the slopes are closed due to bad weather, check first that the restaurant is open.
Book a magical “Mountain Chalet Evening” experience, a snowcat will take you up to the restaurant for a set menu meal (drinks not included).
It’s not possible to reach the restaurant by car.

During the summer

You can reach us by car, motorbike or bicycle following trunk road no.26 to the Little St Bernard Pass, alternatively on foot. Discover the ancient Roman Road to Gaul that departs from La Thuile.

Lo Riondet

S.S. Piccolo San Bernardo, 4 – La Thuile (Ao) – Valle d’Aosta