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Restaurants in Courchevel

Restaurants in 1850.

Restaurants up in 1850 offer a more up market cuisine, boasting a staggering 12 Michelin stars! (denoted by *).

Le Chabichou** – A very exclusive and more expensive restaurant with an award-winning French chef.

Table Du Kilimandjaro** – Run by Chef Nicholas Sale. A French-Modern restaurant boasting one of the best wine selections in the Alps.

Les Airelles** – Situated above 1850 next to the first stage of the Jardin Alpin, this magnificent restaurant is held within the grounds of the magnificent Les Airelles Hotel- described as an “Alpine Fairytale come true”!. 

Le Kintessence* – A newer restaurant located in the Hotel Le K2. Chef Nicholas Sale’s second venture in 1850. 

La Saulire – Also known as Jacques’ Bar. Superb French cuisine, great  service and an extensive wine cellar. 

La Cloche – A slightly cheaper but equally good Savoyarde restaurant next door to La Saulire. 

Le Tremplin – located in the heart of 1850 with a wide ranging menu but specialising in seafood. 

Restaurants in 1650

Le Petit Savoyard – Just up from the Bubble Bar, this is a popular restaurant with good food. Pizzas are the specialty, cooked on an open wood fire. Excellent raclette and other traditional food are also on the menu.  

La Table de Marie – Offers a great range of traditional dishes and pizzas to eat in or take away. Their portions are large and the restaurant has a lovely wine list.. They also have a lunchtime snack menu with sandwiches, paninis and hamburgers.  

Le Schuss – A traditional wine bar with a nice atmosphere; offers tapas and an extensive wine list. 

L’Arc-en-Ciel – A traditional Savoyarde restaurant with an emphasis on quality specialty dishes. Open for food non-stop from 12-22h, lunch is served from 12-15h and dinner from 18-22h.  Situated opposite the Bubble Bar. 

L’Alambic Bar/Brasserie – A great restaurant with a nice atmosphere and good value. Good for lunch or dinner, with quick snacks also available.  

Funky Fox Pub – A more relaxed bar with pizzas, burgers, salads and tapas. The pub also has widescreen TVs that show French and English sporting events, along with traditional pool tables and a darts board.

Restaurants in 1550

La Cortona – Popular, inexpensive and lively. Great for pizza.

L'Oeil de Boeuf – Great steaks, cooked on an open fire in a very cosy Savoyard setting. The restaurant also offers a very reasonable lunchtime menu.

Le Caveau – Friendly, lively and popular with locals.

Restaurants in la Praz 1300

Le Bistrot du Praz – Well known and a bit more expensive, but renowned as being one of the best restaurants in the French Alps. Booking is advised.

Les Peupliers – 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. 

Azimut* – a lovely restaurant in La Praz with one Michelin star. Excellent food and wine. Booking is essential!