The gastronomic options provided by the resort range from a hearty breakfast, passing by an energetic lunch, to a comforting hot chocolate after a hard day of extreme exercise.
The La Base [web] restaurant, with a capacity for 240 people and modern facilities, offers self-service fast food. Two fireplaces restore the necessary temperature to the body after exposure to the inclemency of the weather.
At the base of Mount Chapelco in the facilities of Club Lácar, the legendary Refugio Villa Mahuida offers a large room, the possibility of being delighted by varied mountain gastronomy, ranging from typical stews to snacks, coffee, cades and delicious hot chocolate.
La Casita del Bosque is the typical mountain shelter surrounded by the snow-covered forest, where visitors can taste the most exquisite delicacies.
The Antulauquen Restaurant (located 1,600 meters high, right outside the gondola platform), summons skiers to give them the widest variety of gastronomic choices. From its terrace, they can appreciate the runs and the surrounding landscape.
At Rancho de Manolo (height 1,420) La Brava and Run 3 converge.
It is the best option for a good barbecue at midday or cakes and pastry specialties in the afternoon.
The Refugio Graeff (height 1,720), very close to the shelter built by the first pioneers in the area, offers very good pizzas, fast food, cakes and pastries and the possibility of enjoying comfortable deck-chairs when permitted by the weather.
In the Pradera del Puma , skiers may indulge themselves with a good pizza with champagne or the typical hot chocolate cup with a piece of cake.