Restaurants in resort
Here are our recommendations for lunchtime restaurants and also places to dine on our staff's night off.
Your chalet will also have a Resort Information Folder which will contain other recommendations, as well as a guidebook produced by the tourist board on all the restaurants in the resort.
Please ask your chalet host or guest services manager if you have any questions or if you'd like help booking a table.
Courchevel & La Tania Village
COURCHEVEL 1650 (MORIOND)
This atmospheric and friendly restaurant serves all the classic Savoyard dishes.
Tel +33 4 79 08 27 44
This is run by Jacques and Francoise who have been great friends with Le Ski for over 20 years. This newish venture features good fresh food at reasonable prices and there is a good wine list too.
Tel +33 4 79 08 25 45
This is a popular bar with our guests looking for a quiet drink in an attractive setting - next door to Intersport. Also worth a visit at lunchtime as they have a sunny terrace.
As it sounds, this is a cabin in the centre of the village. There's an interesting cocktail lsit, decent music and Belgian beers. Good for pre dinner drinks.
Great lunchtime food in a comfortable atmosphere. Katie also makes our favourite coffee in town, and a cracking vin chaud at apres-ski time.
A Michelin starred restaurant. Expect high prices and top quality cuisine!
Tel +33 4 79 08 00 55
Just below its big brother, Le Chabichou, in every sense Le Chabotte is a different kettle of fish. Firstly it's much cheaper, secondly it's a different feel altogether and lastly it's very good food at reasonable prices (for Courchevel 1850!)
L’Oeuil de Boeuf
This cosy cow-themed place serves huge slabs of meat cooked on an open fire. Not recommended for veggies.
Tel +33 4 79 08 22 10
COURCHEVEL 1300 (Le Praz)
Very tasty and innovative food, an excellent wine list and a warm friendly welcome. Highly recommended. There’s a nice outdoor area so it’s also ideal for a leisurely lunch in the sun.
Tel +33 4 79 08 41 47
Great little restaurant, Michelin star without pretensions. Or many tables…so book early.
Tel +33 4 79 06 25 90
This British-owned restaurant, just below the centre of the village, is generally busy but it’s for a good reason – good food at decent prices in a nice setting.
Tel +33 4 79 08 80 33
Michelin starred restaurant, centrally located in the middle of La Tania. Excellent food. Book in advance
Tel +33 4 79 08 80 34
The Rest of the Trois Vallées
Le Bel Air (Courchevel 1650)
Located at the top of the Ariondaz bubble lift, this mountain restaurant has a famous sun terrace and not unreasonable prices for the tasty fare. Christophe makes a wonderful patron and the vin chaud is reputedly the best in the valley!
Tel + 33 4 79 08 00 93
Courchneige (Courchevel 1850)
Located on the Bellecote piste, this hotel is offering a well-priced and apparently delicious buffet lunch at 11-12. Sit by the log fire inside, or on the sunny terrace outside. Tel + 33 4 79 08 02 59
Le Bouc Blanc (La Tania)
Handily placed at the top of the La Tania bubble, this is the best value on the mountain. There’s a warm welcome from friendly staff and delicious, hearty food.
Tel +33 4 79 08 80 26
Le Blanchot (Méribel)
Fabulous food and wine in this relaxed restaurant next to Méribel’s altiport.
Tel +33 4 79 00 55 78
La Ferme de Reberty (Les Menuires)
Excellent food at decent prices – dessert fans will be spoilt for choice! The house wine is great value.
Tel +33 4 79 00 77 01
L’Oxalys (Val Thorens)
Innovative food and impressive service at this well positioned restaurant on the pistes in Val Thorens.
Tel +33 4 79 00 12 00
Val d'Isère restaurants
La Grande Ourse
Right at the foot of the slopes in Val d'Isere. Great food, lovely atmosphere, excellent wine list. Friendly service. Very good fresh fish too. Tel +33479 060019
Good food and wine and a great ambience in this typically Savoyard restaurant by the church in Val d’Isère.
Tel +33 4 79 06 18 75
La Vieille Maison (La Daille)
Cosy, rustic restaurant sitting handily between Angelique and Kanjiroba. Great atmosphere and service. French rather than Savoyard food.
Tel +33 4 79 06 11 76
On the main street. Great food, lively atmosphere, live music. Booking is essential. Can be noisy, but it's a good noise!
+33 4 79 06 18 19
La Taverne d’Alsace
Excellent and varied menu in this comfortable restaurant with a great buzz about it. Situated right on the main street. Tel: +33 4 79 06 48 49
If you want good, simple food and excellent value look no further than Le Lodge. Book ahead as it’s always busy. Tel: +33 4 79 06 02 01
La Folie Douce (Val d’Isère)
Probably the best self service food in the French Alps. Funky new décor and massive granite tables indoors, huge sun terrace with live music outdoors. Handily placed at the top of the La Daille bubble – in case you overdo the vino!
Tel +33 4 79 06 01 47
Fine dining restaurant serving French cuisine and desserts. The best Vin Chaud on the mountain.
Tel +33 4 79 06 03 38