It was simultaneously contrived, primal, and deliriously good.

And yes, even the sweets can be an amusement. Along with various cream and chocolate-filled crêpes, there's dessert fondue that should not be missed. I went with salted butter caramel — an old family recipe — served with mounds of strawberries, apples, brownie cubes, and cream puffs. After eating all that meat, the rush of warm, silky, sugary caramel gave me a satiated buzz. Mmm.

Executive chef/owner Anthony Ferré prepares La Potence, a Le Chalet specialty.
Jackie Mercandetti
Executive chef/owner Anthony Ferré prepares La Potence, a Le Chalet specialty.

Location Info

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Le Chalet

5626 W. Bell Road
Glendale, AZ 85308

Category: Restaurant > French

Region: Glendale

Details

Le Chalet
5626 West Bell Road, Glendale
602-337-8760
www.lechalet-llc.com
Hours: 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Thursday; 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday; 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday

Pate..............................................$7.50
Tartiflette.....................................$9.50
La Potence......................................$25
Caramel fondue...............................$16

I have a feeling I won't have trouble getting friends to join me the next time I want some.

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dr.reynolds
dr.reynolds

I tried this restaurant last week and while the food was very good as well as the service, the tempurature of the place was too hot. I asked my server if they could turn the air on, I was told they are not allowed to change it. It's too bad because most people in Arizona go out to eat, in part, to spend some time indoors somewhere nice, to cool down. Unfortunately, I will not be returning because of the tempurature. Yes, it was that hot.

moxie
moxie

LOVE LE CHALET!! The crepes are very authentic which is fun. Also fun to watch them make them on the TV. The raclette and tartiflette are to die for. Going back for La Potence, Croque Monsieur, and cheese fondue.

 
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