90, route des Chenus - 73120 Courchevel 1850, France
As the elders will gladly tell you, the name Courchevel comes from the local dialect “ecortzevé”, which means “skinned”. Michel Rochedy, whose family can claim more than half a century of presence in this village at an altitude of 1850 metres, is well aware of its rich history and that the chabichou is one of the most delicious goat cheeses from Poitou. Here, where the view is lost on snowy peaks, you will appreciate a traditional restaurant on the grounds with welcoming grandeur. You’ll also be in good hands with Stéphane Buron, an authentic Meilleur Ouvrier de France; a chef who can transform even the simplest dishes into a joyful dining experience.
Annual closing: from mid-April to the beginning of July and from the end of August to the beginning of December.
from this restaurant
Between beautifully staged courses and the alpine peaks surrounding you, the visual magic here is one that simply cannot be matched.
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