On the slopes you will find a great host of restaurants serving both traditional Savoyarde food and more familiar cuisine for those not willing to brave anything else; all dished up in the most breathtaking of surroundings.
Enjoy spectacular views of the valleys from sun drenched terraces, or wonderfully snuggled up to an open fire on a cold winter day.
Mountain restaurants are the perfect place for skiers and non-skiers alike (as they tend to be accessible by the lift system) to meet for lunch or a drink, especially after an exhausting morning skiing in The Three Valleys!
There are several good table-service mountain restaurants in the Courchevel valley, and one of our favourites is Cap Horn, above the Altiport. With a nautical theme and immaculate staff, the restaurant boasts fabulous food and a dessert table to die for, all polished off with a stunning wine list and a huge selection of fine vintages. There is a large south-facing sun-terrace, heated by gas umbrellas if the weather is chilly but you cannot contemplate moving indoors! Over in 1650, Bel Air is worth a visit. The Menu du Jour that is definitely worth a try and it’s not quite as damaging to the wallet as Cap Horn! Another of our personal favourites is Les Chenus which offers spectacular mountain views from its large terraces. It is a self-service restaurant offering a wonderful selection of local and traditional dishes at quite reasonable prices. La Soucoupe, at the top of the Loze lift is another of the better self-service restaurants with great views and friendly service.