The best restaurants in Courchevel to suit all budgets…
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If you’re after a proper ‘French’ experience then this friendly local restaurant offers all your traditional alpine fare (plus pizzas) at a reasonable price.
If you’ve had your fill of French food then the Ski Lodge offers a few options from further afield. Reasonable prices and a huge sun terrace make it popular throughout the season. Also does a happy hour apres-ski session and often has live bands.
Courchevel le Praz
If it’s a burger you’re after, these are recommended! Canteen-style dining and yummy burgers at a reasonable price mean it’s a good option for a quick lunch.
Good value pizzas and classic fondues in a traditional mountain restaurant, just up from the Office de Tourisme in Courchevel Moriond (1650). Get there using the free shuttle buses.
Burgers, hearty soup and English breakfast baps are on the menu at this spot which is popular with locals, especially on a snowy day. The vin chaud is especially good… Veggies should try the falafel wrap.
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Most of our regular guests visit here at least twice during their ski holiday! Good value food, friendly service and a big sun terrace make it very popular so do book ahead if you’re a large group. The snack bar is also good for a quick pit-stop.
+334 79 08 80 26
Again, this is a very popular spot with our guests. Famed throughout the Alps for the fabulous dance shows, DJs and wild atmosphere, you might want to fill up before you start partying – the self-service restaurant offers daily specials at good value. Ask your host for details on the Ski Magic discount.
Otherwise known as ‘The Ronnie’, this Brit-run apres-ski venue has a snack menu or sit-down lunches at a not-too-shocking price in Meribel. Live music and DJs make it famous for its party vibe as the sun sets over the mountains, but don’t miss the last lift back to Courchevel as taxis aren’t cheap!
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The chef from La Tania’s michelin-starred Le Farcon – Julien Machet – has opened a bistro-style restaurant in La Tania in what used to be the Chrome Bar. It will serve tasty French fare at lunchtime between 12-2pm, and from 7pm in the evenings. The children’s menu is reasonable at €12 and a daily special casserole ‘La Cocotte du Jour’ is €14.
Popular venue for our guests’ chalet night off, the Taiga (pronounced tiger) has classic French food and a couple of veggie option. The children’s menu also has some different options from the usual ‘burger and chips/ham and chips’.
If it’s a candlelit table and a cosy atmosphere you’re after, look no further. This stone-built village restaurant previously known as Le Darbeilo has recently been refurbished. The speciality is meat cooked on the log fire, so sadly it’s not a great option for veggies…
Le Cave des Lys
If you’ve had your fill of hearty alpine food, then this wine bar with original vaulted ceilings is a nice spot to perch on a stool and sip a glass or two with some tapas. It’s not very large so do book in advance for a group reservation.
+334 79 00 34 29
A fun and friendly place to grab a drink or a bite to eat in Le Praz, with top pizzas and tasty bar classics. In the evenings it turns into a buzzy venue with locals and holiday makers dancing to live covers bands.
Courchevel Moriond (1650)
There are two dining options at the Portetta Hotel at the bottom of the slopes into Moriond (1650) – outside on the sun terrace is Fire and Ice which has bar snacks and pizza for a late lunch, and in the lovely interior restaurant you can sample top chef Angela Harnett’s Italian fare. If you accidentally end up making the most of happy hour, there are free buses back down to Le Praz and La Tania!
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Just under the Jardin Alpin bubble lift in Courchevel 1850 (or accessed on foot via the Croisette building), this café offers a reasonably priced lunch, coffee and cake treats and a relaxed atmosphere. It’s bustling around midday, so aim to arrive either earlier or later!
Courchevel Moriond (1650)
There’s always a warm welcome at this ever popular lunch spot at the top of the Ariondaz bubble. Dine on salads, pasta and meats and soak up the stunning views from the terrace or next to enormous windows. Leave a space for a slice of tart and a vin chaud!
A friendly spot between the two St Martin lifts, La Loy has a quirky vibe and a classic mountain food menu.
A pleasant spot over in the Belleville valley, with a set menu or good value burgers and soup. Leave room for dessert!
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With a Michelin star for this long-standing La Tania restaurant, you can expect a suitably indulgent menu and wine list to match. If you’re celebrating then it’s a great place to while away a few hours. The lunchtime menu offers respectable value for money, given the reputation.
Another Michelin star option – the unfussy setting makes for a relaxing meal, and the service is usually excellent. Expect little treats between courses! Again, the lunchtime menu is a good way to experience without blowing the week’s budget in one go.
Gourmet cuisine and a refined setting make this a good bet for a special lunch during your stay in Courchevel. The restaurant is one of Courchevel’s originals and has enjoyed a long reputation for fine dining in this picturesque village.
With new owners, we’re yet to experience the new restaurant in this smart Courchevel 1850 Hotel, but are assured it’s very nice (especially the dessert trolley!)
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Swanky décor and a gorgeous sun terrace with fire pit mean prices to match, but we defy you to resist ordering dessert from the display on offer… The menu strays a little from the classic fare to include stir fry and fish dishes.
Perched on the edge of the mountain, this restaurant has been around for years and is a classic Courchevel restaurant, draped in fur and with an impressive wine list. If you can get a seat by the fire on a snowy day then you’ll never want to leave…
A new addition to the mountain restaurant scene, the secluded setting makes Le Clos Bernard a bit trick to access for less confident skiers, but it’s a fun ride for strong intermediates and the restaurant offers hearty classic alpine food with an emphasis on quality ingredients.
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