The main advantage of El Tupi is its location at the bottom of the slopes at Eyne, which is part of the Cambre d'Aze skiing area. It also has a very pleasant, sunny terrace. You can book tables inside the restaurant if you don't want to queue at lunch time or if you want to warm up.
Food is average : decent pizzas and omelettes, so-so salads (I tried the warm goat cheese salad 3 times, the bread croutons were burnt every time), disgusting chicken nuggets for kids (made of reconstituted meat). Crêpes for dessert were fine. Service was friendly enough.
The issue is Eyne is such a tiny place, there are only two restaurants to chose from, and El Tupi is the better one of the two. The other restaurant is a cafeteria underneath the hotel Roc Blanc which serves food on sticky trays and which is best avoided.
Price-wise, El Tupi is a bit on the expensive side considering the quality of the food. But again, there is no alternative locally, unless you want to bring your own sandwich and eat on the slopes.
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