PLACES FOR LUNCH
Courchevel Moriond (1650) boasts a good choice of places to eat and drink which suits all tastes. The main ski lift takes you straight to the entrance of one of the most renowned mountain restaurants, Le Bel Air. It’s essential to reserve here as it’s hugely popular but definitely worth it. It’s ski in/ski out and can be reached on foot, so a perfect choice for lunch or dinner for both skiers and non-skiers.
For a good value lunch stop, La Casserole is a great spot, especially when the sun is shining as it has a south-facing terrace. Alternatively, a few yards from the bottom of the ski runs is a cosy restaurant called Petit Savoyard. Here you will enjoy the affordable local cuisine and wood-fired pizzas. It’s always very welcoming and is one of the better value restaurants in Courchevel 1650.
Serving hearty home-cooked meals at reasonable prices is La Boulotte. One of the best restaurants to grab some lunch, look forward to delicious falafel wraps, burgers and home-made soups. Just be aware that during peak times there can be a bit of wait but it’s well worth it.
PLACES FOR DINNER
Funky Fox is a popular late-night restaurant. Serving some amazing sharing platters and huge homemade burgers from 7 pm till midnight. 1650 also has La Table de Marie which offers a wide variety of dishes including traditional meals, pasta, crepes, homemade pizza and Savoyard specialities. It’s reasonably priced and you can choose whether to eat in or take away.
For a spot in the sun on a terrace in the centre of the village, head over to Le Schuss. They serve a good mix of pizza, pasta, burgers and salads, as well as daily specials that won’t break the bank.
If you are looking for a traditional French mountain feeling restaurant with reasonably priced, good food then head over to L’arc en Ciel. It’s a cosy and delicious place to eat near the slopes.
To find out more about Courchevel Moriond feel free to contact one of our friendly Ski Experts on 023 8020 6971 or email firstname.lastname@example.org