Known as the St Tropez of the mountains Courchevel 1850 caters for the world’s elite in 2 Palace hotels, 11 five star hotels, 7 Michelin starred restaurants, dozens of chic bars and lounges and transfers to Courchevel via luxury helicopter.
For an evening meal out Courchevel is hard to beat with no other ski resort able to compete and few, far larger destinations providing better than these award-winning restaurants –
1 Michelin star :
Simply decorated in order not to detract from the food the Azimut is an un-stuffy, friendly restaurant that prides itself on using only the freshest of ingredients creatively.
Il Vino –
A restaurant where the wine is clearly the centre piece to your meal. Not that this means the food is in any way below par, on the contrary it is considered integral to releasing the full delights of the wine. Where as in most restaurants the wine is chosen to match the dish in Il Vino the food is chosen to best match the wine. A unique and fascinating dining experience.
Head chef Nicholas Sale brings an artistic flair to La Table’s menu. Both conscious of fine ingredients and their season La Table’s menu is always adapting with diners benefiting from a selection of dishes almost unrivalled in freshness and seasonality. Elegance, simplicity and freshness are La Table’s mantra.
Lead by the talented Julian Machet Le Farçon is a truly French restaurant taking inspiration from locals who have passed on recipes for generations and combining them with a modern twist.
2 Michelin star :
Set within the magnificent Palace Les Airelles, the restaurant offers you a dining experience like no other. Diners may be forgiven for thinking they were dining in an 18th century châteaux, however it is all the work of the exceptionally talented Pierre Gagnaire, a man who has created this culinary marvel with food that surpasses all expectation.
Located on the 6th floor of the hotel Pomme de Pins, Le Bateau Ivre has spectacular views across the valley to distract the diners. However this will not last long once your order has been placed before you. Not only is the setting incredible but the cuisine a delight, rich in flavour and inventiveness.
An institution on the Courchevel restaurant scene, Le Chabichou offers a menu lovingly compiled and expertly executed by two award winning chefs, Michel Rochedy and Stephane Buron. Choose to dine on the large, sun drenched terrace (ideal for lunch time fares), or in the elegant dining salon. A superb wine list accompanies this fine menu.
The 1947 –
Situated in one of the resorts most exclusive hotels, Le Cheval Blanc, The 1947 is a refined and leather-clad sanctuary that envelops diners in style and comfort whilst providing exceptional French cuisine that merges traditional ingredients with a modern twist and creativity.
For those arriving to the resort on a Courchevel helicopter these restaurants are easily accessible with transfers direct to and from your accommodation. Transfers to Courchevel can be made from your chalet inn resort or from anywhere in France.
For further information on a Courchevel helicopter transfer please contect Heli Securite THE Courchevel helicopter Company. Not restricted to just Courchevel, helicopter transfers can be made for guests all along the 3 Vallées or to any resort in the French Alpes.