The official Insider’s Guide to dining in Courchevel & Les Trois Vallees.
By Robin Kinnaird, of Snow Limits Ski School.
Located almost in the center of Courchevel 1850 this is the sister restaurant of the iconic 3 Michelin star Chabichou. On skis, it can be accessed via the Courchevel FIS World Cup race piste or for those not feeling as daring there is a lovely run called the Boulevard Chabichou. Serving Bistronomique food this high-end eatery won’t break the budget. It has a great atmosphere with an open kitchen and impeccable service. The best thing on the Menu………… The Serrano ham!!! However there are also always vegetarian options and great fish dishes too. Lunch and evening dining
Set in the beautiful village of Le Praz this family-run hotel has been a firm favourite with visitors for generations. The restaurant- La Table de Mon Grand Pere is relaxed in its surroundings. The service whether lunch or dinner is always exceptional and the friendly staff make every meal an occasion whether it be an intimate dinner or lunch with friends. The food is elegant and simple, for the wine lovers, the Sommlier Lionel is always on hand to help you chose wine to enhance any meal. Lunch and evening dining.
If you would like to know more about dining in Courchevel, or booking with Snow Limits Ski School, let your BC Concierge arrange everything for you. From ski lessons to fine dining, and everything in between. BC’s Concierge has got you covered.
You can read the original Snow Limits article by Robin, here.
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Author – Robin Kinnaird
Robin is a passionate, talented and energetic ski instructor. He has worked across the alps and excels teaching all levels from 4 years olds taking their first hesitant steps on snow right up to aspirant instructors and young athletes. He has spent a large part of his career working in the Three Valleys and holds a lot of unique local knowledge which allows him to find those quiet areas that few know especially off-piste.
Robin started skiing as a toddler in the highlands of Scotland, he spent several years racing and then moved into freestyle representing the national team. His love affair with teaching started during his mid-teens when he started instructing on a local dry slope. He did his first season teaching at the tender age of 19 in the French system.
He lives in the Three Valley during the winter months.