Our Favourite Restaurants in Courchevel

Courchevel has earned a reputation as a world-class ski resort. But its restaurant scene is as renowned. With a huge variety and quality of eateries available in the resort centre and on the mountain, you will never tire of trying something new.  From Michelin-starred meals to international flavours, Courchevel has restaurants to suit everyone.

Below are Ultima's favourite restaurants in Courchevel. You can thank us later…

Le 1947 *** - This is Courchevel’s only 3 Michelin-starred restaurant, so you can expire the bes. Yannick Alléno is a Michelin Star Chef that delivers exceptional cuisine in Le 1947. There are only five tables available in this intimate and highly desired setting. And there open kitchen, so you can watch the talented team in action.

La Fromagerie Courchevel - Rediscover the pleasures of traditional mountain cuisine in an authentic setting dressed in wood and stone. While the fire crackles, share a convivial moment with family or friends around a raclette, croziflette, fondue or tartiflette.

Cap Horn - This is the oldest mountain restaurant in Courchevel 1850, with a magnificent south-facing terrace. Experience refined gastronomy with a clever mix of dishes inspired by the land and sea. There is also an exceptional wine cellar and a great musical ambience.

Le Montgomerie ** - With a breathtaking view over the alpine summits, this restaurant offers immaculately presented dishes. An unfaltering service will add to your enjoyment. Fascinated by the Alps, chef Pieter Riedijk uses regional produce and producers to create breathtaking and precise cuisine.

Le San Marco - The San Marco restaurant is where you can enjoy friendly Italian cuisine in the absolute comfort of a wooden living room setting. It’s a charming establishment that invites each guest to a journey of Mediterranean flavours.

La Table de Mon Grand-Père - Located next to the beautiful lake Le Praz, Le Table de Mon Grand-Père is known for its cosy atmosphere. Try traditional or mushroom fondue, plus a variety of local and European dishes. It is named after the grandfather of Norbert Gacon who founded Les Peupliers in 1938.

La Saulire - Beautifully decorated with old mountain objects in a pale wood setting, La Saulire is an institution to Courchevel. Chef Benoît Redondo’s signature dishes include roasted squab with truffle, Savoyard fondue and risotto truffle. Featured in the Michelin guide, La Saulire is known for its speciality of using black truffles in its creations.

La Cave Des Creux - With authentic chalet décor, La Cave des Creux serves a refined brasserie menu with regional specialities and high-quality produce. It also has a terrace with panoramic views over The Three Valleys, and unmissable Savoyard dishes and homemade desserts.

Mille Sabords - This is the only Italian restaurant on the slopes. Enjoy a cosy ambience and a terrace that overlooks the mountains, and a wide variety of Italian cuisine. Specialities include Cognac flambéed pasta inside a huge Parmesan cheese, a show and a delicious bite at the same time!