Our expert guide to culinary delights.
Courchevel fine dining restaurants hold an incredible 14 stars between them. For such a small town Courchevel offers a quite miraculous spread of world-class gastronomic experiences.
In each edition of the Michelin guide, you’ll find a diverse selection of Michelin star Courchevel restaurants serving traditional local food with a twist, inventive international recipes and even the first-ever Michelin star gourmet dessert restaurant.
Le 1947 holds the highest award for superlative cooking which elevates to an art form.
The mythical Cheval Blanc houses 1947 and that’s should be enough to place the 3-star Michelin restaurant on your bucket list.
Amazing contemporary cuisine.
On the slopes the style and quality continies.
Dazzling views, a sunny deck and a delicious meal right on Courchevel’s ski slopes.
That’s what we picture when I think ‘ski holiday’. You’ve skied the best of the conditions in the morning and now it’s time to relax with friends and enjoy the blissful surroundings with a mountain lunch.
A firm favourite is Cap Horn: the oldest mountain restaurant in Courchevel 1850 opening its doors way back in 1954. A sprawling south-facing terrace catches all-day sun while its interior warms you up on a cold day. This is one of the places to be seen in Courchevel and is a must for those who love gastronomy and good wines. Its blend of great marine explorers with mountain farming makes for a unique space to enjoy welcoming relaxing lunch.