Dining in Courchevel
There are a number of excellent restaurants throughout Courchevel. Below is just a selection:
The restaurant at Hotel Annapurna offers gourmet home-style French cuisine including many seafood specialities and its slopeside terrace is a popular lunch spot on sunny days.
This is a famous restaurant in Courchevel, not to mention expensive! At lunch time you can ski there and sit in on the large terrace or inside on one of the many levels. In the evening, you can be picked up by a snowcat and then taken up to the restaurant. The Cap Horn specialises in seafood, and although pricy, it is recommended.
Authentic Savoyard restaurant with a cosy atmosphere and a lovely south-facing terrace. L'Anerie is located on the floor above L'Aventure so you don't have far to walk if you fancy a lively drink after dinner!
L’Aventure is a great gourmet bistro, specialising in traditional recipes as well as meat and fish grilled on a rôtisserie. As you dine, there is live music until 2am.
This Italian restaurant first opened its doors in Courchevel 30 years ago and prides itself on being THE Italian restaurant in Courchevel. It also boasts a great wine cellar.
This is a favourite amongst many Courchevel locals. It is situated near the entrance of 1850 and specialises in traditional cuisine with numerous specialities.
This is a great bistro with live musical entertainment each evening.
Over the years, La Saulire has attracted the rich and famous of France ... and beyond. It has a warm Savoyard chalet atmosphere and arguably one of the best wine cellars in Courchevel.
One of the best mountain restaurants in Courchevel with spectacular views over the altiport and the valley. If the sun is shining make sure you bag a table on one of the two terraces but it's also superb inside in inclement weather with a roaring fire for warmth.
This restaurant in the Hotel Tournier offers an affordably priced brasserie-style menu serving pasta, burgers, local specialities and kids dishes with a dish of the day priced at €9.99 (hence the restaurant's name).
This is a true gastronomic restaurant. It boasts 2 Michelin stars and also has a table d’hôte which is a wonderful way to truly see the kitchen at work. Recognised by all gastronomic guides, Michel Rochedy’s top class cuisine is an astonishing delight. Traditional flavours and authentic local products mingle with dishes with an avant-garde exotic inspiration.
This great bistrot, popular with skiers for lunch, is part of Hotel Le Chabichou and offers fine dining in a more relaxed setting with good value set menus and live music most evenings.
Le Comptoir de L'Apogée/Koori
This gourmet restaurant at the Hotel L'Apogée showcases the best of French cuisine, whilst making the most of local produce and pastry chef Eve Moncorger's talents. Its sister sushi restaurant Koori, also located in the hotel, offers fresh, inventive, refined and authentic Japanese cuisine in warm and elegant surroundings.
Le Genepi is a very popular and cosy restaurant with great gourmet food and traditional specialities. For an aperitif, you can enjoy a glass of champagne next to the large fireplace and then move onto an authentic Savoyard dinner.
Le Grand Cafe
Le Grand Café is located in the centre of Courchevel within the Hotel St Joseph. If specialises in Asian food, so if you fancy something different to the traditional Savoyard fare, this is somewhere to try.
Le Black Pyramid
This traditional restaurant at the Hotel K2 Palace offers a selection of gourmet meat and seafood dishes as well as pizza, pasta and risotto dishes.
One of Courchevel's most pretigious restaurants, the two Michelin-starred Le Kintessence offers exquisite cuisine in the Hotel K2 Palace and is a true gastronomic delight.
Le Tremplin is situated just by the Forum Centre and Croisette and has a lovely big sun terrace. It’s specialities include fresh oysters, shellfish, lobster and crayfish.
Courchevel Moriond (1650)
In the Hotel Portetta, Angela Hartnett offers Italian-influenced mountain food, combining Italian specialities with a nod to local Savoyard cuisine. Much of their produce is sourced locally.