Courchevel 1850

Skiing and luxury
intertwine seamlessly

It is the resort’s culinary landscape that truly sets it apart on the global stage. Boasting a constellation of Michelin-starred restaurants, Courchevel invites gastronomes to embark on a journey of unparalleled epicurean delight.

Cape Horn

The oldest mountain restaurant on the slopes of Courchevel. Cape Horn is a must for epicureans who love gastronomy, celebrations and good wines. Close to the altiport, the large sunny terrace is the real “place to be” for skiers, but also for those on foot looking for a moment of happiness in the middle of the mountains. Cape Horn offers a clever mix of land and sea dishes and an exceptional wine cellar that will delight all guests and ensure you want to return season after season.

Folie Douce – Meribel

Offers great food, unbeatable views, and a legendary party with live performances. The best sitting for lunch is at 2:30pm. Getting there you will need to ski into Meribel from Courchevel. If you are not sure on how to get here, it is probably best to book an instructor to accompany you for peace of mind.

Maya Altitude

Situated at the top of the Tougnete chairlift at 2300m, has a vast terrace offering a 360-degree view of the Belleville Valley and Mont Blanc. This high-end brasserie focuses on Savoyard specialities and allows you to choose the cooking method for your dishes between the charcoal grill or the tandoor oven. With beautiful views and incredible food, it is not one to miss out on!

Le Chalet De Pierres

On foot, by ski or by car, access to the restaurant is very easy so an ideal place to meet for lunch if not all your group are skiing. Located on Piste des Verdons, Le Jardin Alpin, Chalet de Pierres has a beautiful terrace facing the slopes and offers a wide choice of seafood and shellfish dishes, and if you are a meat eater they have a fantastic tomahawk steak cooked on the fire.

La Cave Des Creux
A restaurant perched at an altitude of 2112m. Run by local and young former ski instructors, this alpine restaurant serves a refined brasserie menu with regional specialities made from quality products, including fish and Asian fusion recipes. The authentic decor brings together mountain and industrial styles. Make the most of the panoramic views of the 3 Valleys ski resort and Mont Blanc from its lovely terrace with outdoor fire.

The world-famous Bagatelle is located in Courchevel 1850 sommet de la loze and offers everything you would expect from this high-end dining offering. For non-skiers, you can access the restaurant by the Chenus cable car. Bagatelle offers French Mediterranean dining with breath taking views and a fun party!!

La Casserole

Located in the Courchevel 1650 domain, accessible from the Signal chairlift. This alpine restaurant offers a simple and refined menu which you can enjoy in front of their cosy fireplace or in the sun on their south-facing terrace. On the menu you will find meat on the grill, 7-hour slow cooked lamb, whole farm chicken and a sumptuous homemade dessert buffet, to name just a few of the highlights on their menu!

Courchevel après

Courchevel doesn’t specialise in après ski in the same way that other ski resorts do, the main entertainment comes later on at the restaurants that turn into clubs. If you are looking for some après ski before you head off for dinner, opposite the ski lodge, you will find Le Planet de Baton, also known as the Lodge Courchevel. This is an outside bar at the bottom of the mountain, with live DJ’s, fire pits and small gondoliers to sit in if you are cold and offers a fun party after a day on the slopes!

Courchevel nightlife

Courchevel’s allure doesn’t set with the sun; instead, it sparkles and thrives in the shimmering lights and lively beats of its elite nightlife. As the moon rises over the majestic Alps, the resort transforms into a playground for the world’s glitterati. From ultra-exclusive lounges where champagne flows freely, to intimate jazz clubs echoing with soulful tunes, and vibrant nightclubs pulsating with world-class DJs, Courchevel offers a nocturnal experience as varied and exquisite as its slopes.

La Ferme Saint Amour

At la Ferme Saint- Amour, Eric Frechon creates contemporary and creative winter cuisine with multiple influences. This beautiful restaurant offers a selection of caviars from Courchevel and creative desserts which are far from the expected, all with the ethos that everything is possible to rediscover with delight the joy of being surprised.


This unforgettable French Bistrot combines chic style and destruction with the appearance of an old factory boasting beautiful finishes throughout. Open for lunch and dinner, L’Aventure offers meat and fish grilled over a wood fire, accompanied by an exceptional wine cellar. At night, the rhythm becomes wild when the DJ sets up on the turntables and the dancers come on to do their show. A night to remember so definitely worth a visit during your time in Courchevel.

Le Bar Sauvage

“When Indochinese languor rubs shoulders with the uninhibited panache of winter nights”

This restaurant offers a contemporary approach to pan-Asian cuisine. Like a modern izakaya, Bar Sauvage offers a menu that is combines a range of Asian and contemporary flavours. The counter features chef’s preparing food, with steamed and grilled dim sum alongside sea bass tartar with yuzu and yellow pepper, spicy bass and an ultra- premium selection of sushi and California rolls.


Cocktail club:

In an intimate and electrifying atmosphere, Bar Sauvage offers a refined cocktail menu with a Japanese touch, such as the “Geisha Sauvage” an awakening to jubilation around the subtlety of shies and yuzu, as well as a wide selection of sakes served hot and cold, presented by a professional and mischievous team, deserving a few surprises for its guests.

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