Courchevel has a slew of dining options with four ski villages to choose from, but upscale experiences tend to be more dominant. At the top of Ski.com’s dining picks are Black Peark for the best pizza in the Three Valleys region, located in La Praz-Courchevel 1300 area, for fine-dining head to Azimut, a Michelin-star rated establishment located in La Praz and for an unforgettable lunch, pop in at Le Chabichou on Rues des Chenue, which serves up an interesting contemporary European menu and offers a great wine list.
Your in France after all, so dining on the mountain is a must during your Courchevel ski vacation. To get the full Courchevel experience, a nice sit-down meal at one of the resort’s exceptional on-mountain restaurants is in order. Much like everything else in Courchevel you’ll find that most of the on-mountain restaurants are pricey, but offer exceptional quality and breathtaking views. One of the best—and most convenient—places to grab a lunch is at Les Verdons at the top of the gondola. Les Verdons does cater to a more well-heeled crowd, but Chenus cafeteria provides affordable food options In Courchevel 1650 don’t miss Bel Air or Bouc Blanc, and in the 1550 neck of the woods, check out Oeil Boeuf and the Tovets.
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