Looking for the best Courchevel restaurants this season?
We know how important refuelling is on a ski holiday or season and Courchevel does not disappoint on the gastronomy front.
Courchevel isn’t all about the skiing they (even though is absolutely amazing!) have some fantastic restaurants serving a variety of dishes; from traditional Savoyard classics through pizzas, there is something to suit most tastes.
We have taken the time to list a selection of restaurants both on and off the mountain that we think are worth paying a visit, many of which we have had the pleasure of eating in.
+33 4 79 08 00 55
This restaurant is among the best and priciest in Courchevel 1850, partly due to the fact that it has two prestigious Michelin stars.
The décor is warm with a traditional alpine feel.
The elegant dining area overlooks the open kitchen so you can watch the chefs at work.
There’s an outstanding wine list and the chef Michel Rochedy provides both traditional and international cooking.
There’s an outdoor terrace if you want to have lunch in the sun and also a dining area and private lounge inside for dinners.
+33 4 79 08 27 47
Quite simply this is the best fondue and raclette in 1850. With its cosy log fire in the middle, the atmosphere surrounds you in this welcoming restaurant.
Tartiflette is one of the main dishes served here along with raclette and fondue and this mountain-style restaurant found at the entrance to the resort is reasonably priced with a fondue ranging from €24-36.
Ku de ta
+33 4 79 08 20 28
Ku de ta is one of the most affordable places to eat in 1850.
Perfect for children and adults alike this Tex Mex and pizza restaurant is centrally located on the lower floor of the Forum building just near La Croisette lift.
Serving gourmet burgers, pizzas, enormous salads and their newly added safari burger; this comes with tender slices of ostrich or kangaroo meat.
The atmosphere is casual with chilled out music playing in the background.
+33 4 79 08 31 30
This is a great restaurant in 1850 for couples.
With wooden panelling and a leather bar, all lit by candlelight La Cloche is one of the warmest and inviting restaurants in 1850.
This gourmet bistro is reasonably priced and serves food both in the dining room or on the terrace.
This is a great restaurant for all you hopeless romantics…
+33 4 79 08 00 55
This is a lively and bustling restaurant, with an open kitchen and live music there’s always a great atmosphere in Le Chabotte.
The restaurant overlooked by a mezzanine is contemporary but Savoyard at the same time and plays hosts to a variety of events such as magic shows and cabaret nights.
The owner Nicolas Rochedy makes you feel very welcome, he is more than happy to talk to you about the hotel and the restaurant, this personal touch is what makes it stand out.
+33 4 79 08 27 44
The Petit Savoyard is hugely popular in 1650, not only with holiday makers but with locals alike so a reservation is a must.
The food here is local Savoyard and pizzas all at affordable prices served in a traditional mountain atmosphere.
Found just a few yards from the bottom of the ski slopes through the archway and to the right the Petit Savoyard is a charming restaurant and a well-kept secret.
The owner Pascal is always welcoming and makes you feel completely relaxed.
This is a great place for children and if you aren’t looking to break the bank.
We hope you found The Best Courchevel Restaurants post helpful & this will help you when speaking to guests when you are on your season!
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