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’.
Courchevel Village (1550)
When you look North towards Mont Blanc from Courchevel, you’re actually looking at the Italian side. So if that inspires you to indulge in a little pasta during your trip, head over to this friendly spot in Courchevel 1550 and you won’t be disappointed.
La Petite Bergerie
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)
Cucina Angelina/Fire & Ice
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!