When you picture your perfect luxury ski holiday, do you imagine dining on a delicious meal, with incredible mountainous views surrounding you, right on the slopes? If so, you’ve come to the right place!
We have put together a list of our favourite restaurants that are right on Courchevel’s ski slopes.
From fine dining, to incredible aprés, to authentic brasseries to Italian dishes on the mountain, Courchevel’s dining scene has everything covered. You just need to decide which one to try first.
Cap Horn – This is the oldest mountain restaurant in Courchevel 1850, dating back to 1954. It is the ultimate sun trap thanks to its magnificent south-facing terrace. This is one of the places to be seen in Courchevel and is a must for those who love gastronomy. Experience refined gastronomy with a clever mix of dishes inspired by the land and sea.
La Cave Des Creux – Perched at 2100 meters, in an old shepherd’s hut, this lunch spot is hard to beat with its panoramic view of Mont Blanc. We love the authentic chalet décor, as well as the exquisite mountain food. La Cave des Creux serves a refined brasserie menu with regional specialities and high-quality produce.
La Chalet De Pierres – Something of an institution, La Chalet De Pierres is found right on the Verdons slopes. Offering a large range of fine seafood, meat and Savoyard dishes, this historic chalet-style restaurant boasts incredible views of The Three Valleys from its terrace area. We recommend getting cosy by the fire inside on a snowy day – bliss!
La Soucoupe – Discover the perfect place to enjoy the most delicious gastronomy while taking in the most impressive views of Courchevel. Located at the top of La Loze, this romantically rustic restaurant serves up quality cuisine with meats cooked on the open fire. And with good wines and quality champagne, what more could you want?
Bagatelle – New in 2020, Bagatelle has already earned a great reputation thanks to its panoramic deck. Experience a contemporary restaurant that brings the flavours of the French Riviera to your plate. And the best part? When you finish your meal, grab another glass of white wine and join in as the party gets started for the afternoon.
La Casserole – Situated in Courchevel Moriond, La Casserole’s dark interior is moody and inviting at the same time. This restaurant celebrates farming in a totally luxurious way, with dishes that will sharpen the palate of the most distinguished diner. Imagine fire-grilled meat, 7-hour slow-cooked lamb and a homemade dessert buffet.
Le Mille Sabords – This is the only Italian restaurant on the slopes. It’s entirely unique with delicious Italian dishes that will be sure to fuel you for the rest of the day. Owned by the luxurious Maison Tournier brand, the interior celebrates life under the ocean. Plus the terrace is a beautiful spot for a long lunch in the sun.
Le Bel Air – Le Bel Air is the hidden gem of lunch spots in Courchevel. Found in the quieter Courchevel Moriond, it is accessible to non-skiers at the top of the Arionondaz gondola which leaves from the heart of the village below. There is always an excellent plat du jour, and the terrace is a great place for a few glasses of rose.
Pomme de Pin – Looking for something a little different? Le Pomme de Pin Hotel offers a welcoming sunny deck at the bottom of the Stade. You can expect traditional local specialities, as well as seafood, all served on a large terrace with views of the mountains and the slopes.