Michelin guide


Those who like the finer things in life often head upwards, and this is the case with Courchevel. Not only is Courchevel home to enviable skiing and designer boutiques that attract famous faces and royalty, but it also boasts the finest tables in the Alps. It is home to no fewer than 12 Michelin-star restaurants and two of those have three stars. Coupled with its famous altiport, it’s possible to take a Courchevel helicopter trip just to sample the resort’s unparalleled gourmet offerings on a short break. Despite this incredible concentration of Michelin-recognised cuisine, Courchevel also has some exceptional low-key restaurants. We’ve selected seven of the best restaurants in Courchevel. Le 1947 The exclusive Le 1947 has earned three Michelin stars for Parisian chef Yannick Alléno’s superlative Savoie mountain delicacies. He runs an open kitchen, which can be glimpsed from the five tables in this intimate venue at the Cheval…