With 10 Michelin-starred restaurants and plenty of humbler – yet equally delicious – options on the table, it’s not difficult to dine well in Courchevel. Here are a few of our favourites…
Just 22 guests can enjoy this three-starred restaurant at any one time and the intimacy is a beautiful complement to chef Yannick Alléno’s menu, featuring traditional French cuisine with a creative twist.
La Table Des Airelles
La Table Des Airelles is famous for its lunch buffet, which includes a fresh seafood station and all of the Italian charcuterie and cheeses you could imagine. Lucky skiing builds a solid appetite.
Located in the chic L’Apogée Hotel, Koori offers refined Japanese cuisine and, fittingly, an extensive selection of sakés. The lively dining room is buoyed by the open sushi station, where the chefs’ sharp skills are on display.
Proud holder of two Michelin stars since 1984, Le Chabichou is as impressive as it is consistent. Chefs Michel Rochedy and Stéphane Buron employ modern techniques to deliver both trusted classics and innovative dishes in an elegant setting.
La Petite Bergerie
Small and cosy, complete with a crackling wood fire, La Petite Bergerie is a favourite with locals, which is the ultimate stamp of approval. The fondue is a must.
Sarkara is the world’s first Michelin-starred restaurant to offer only desserts, although the creations of chief pastry chef Sébastien Vauxion appear more like works of art. Too good to eat? Not quite.