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Where to eat in Courchevel

Discover the top Courchevel places to eat


There are a wide range of restaurants in Courchevel to suit all tastes and budgets. Read our guide on all the best places to eat and where to find your favourite style of cuisine.

Worth noting is that at lunchtime most restaurants will offer a well-priced 'Plat du Jour' (dish of the day), normally consisting of locally sourced meat, potatoes and a salad or seasonal vegetables.

La Boulotte Bar & Restaurant, Courchevel Moriond 1650 restaurant terrasse

Breakfast and brunch

Whether it's an all day breakfast and bacon butties, or a continental breakfast, there is a vast array of choice for a breakfast spot. Or you can immerse yourself in the French culture with a visit to the local boulangerie and pick up fresh croissants and pain au chocolat.

A restaurant with a sign that says la normandise

Cafes and bakeries

If you're looking for a quick snack or a crêpe, you'll find many cafés with a wide selection of cakes, snacks and delicacies.

Le Ski Lodge Pub, Courchevel La Tania interior

Child friendly restaurants

Most of the restaurants are child friendly, and will have children's menus. Some restaurants are open all day and into the evening, so you can have early dinner if that suits your family.

Check out the ground floor of Le Forum shopping centre, right next to the ten-pin bowling alley and amusement arcade which is great for children. You can also pick up omelettes, burgers and pizzas.

La Soucoupe Restaurant, Courchevel restaurant terrasse

French restaurants

French restaurants in the Alps tend to specialise in cheese based dishes (fondue, raclette, tartiflette) and grilled meats. Throughout the resort you'll easily find a French restaurant to suit both your taste buds and your budget, whether it's homemade Savoyarde specials in a cosy rustic bolthole, or a light airy modern gourmet experience with a wine list and dessert menu to die for.

Cucina Angelina sign

Italian and pizza restaurants

Whether it's eat in gourmet Italian menu from a celebrity chef or simply a take away pizza you're looking for, there is a place for you here, it just depends on your budget.

Koori Restaurant, Courchevel 1850 style of cuisine

Japanese restaurants

Sushi in resort is available in some very exclusive hotels and restaurants. You can find inventive Japanese menus offering sushi, sashimi, spring rolls, dim sum, curries and much more.

Choosing a restaurant in Courchevel

Michelin starred restaurants

If fine dining is part of your ski holiday, then you are spoilt for choice. There is a varied selection of Michelin starred restaurants in Courchevel. The chefs at these restaurants are stars in their own right, having won numerous prestigious awards within the food industry.

Carlina Hotel, Belle Plagne hotel restaurant

Modern European and international restaurants

Fashionable modern airy interiors that offer international à la carte and set menus for lunch or dinner are not in short supply here, so take your pick.

La Taiga Restaurant & Bar, Courchevel La Tania exterior

Pubs and gastropubs

There are a number of bar restaurants in town offering a mix of pub grub, Savoyard cuisine, French classics and seafood. Whether it's a quick bite to eat during après, live music, live sports or a hearty meal, these spots will provide all you can need.

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Takeaway restaurants

From a takeaway hatch in La Tania serving up hot sandwiches, pizzas and fries to little spots selling filled baguettes and soft drinks, or crêpes you'll find all that you need in resort.

La Taiga restaurant review style of cuisine

Vegetarian restaurants

The restaurants around Courchevel are finally catching up with vegetarianism and most will include at least one meat free option on the menu. If in doubt, just remember to ask for ‘sans viandes!’

More inspiration...

We visit a selection of restaurants in Courchevel each year. You can read about our first-hand experience in our Restaurant Reviews.