Great tastes and gorgeous views
Smoothies, teas and blueberry tarts: our favourite spots for delicious breaks and breathtaking panoramas!
At the CamCake patisserie and tea room in Brides-les-Bains, pastry chef Camille invites you to discover her different creations, including brioche, raspberry macarons and hazelnut cupcakes, accompanied by an excellent tea or homemade hot chocolate.
Perched at 6,300 feet of elevation, Le 1928 at the top of the col de la Loze between Courchevel-La Tania and Méribel offers the chance to enjoy sophisticated cuisine while taking in the impressive panoramic views.
Chez Pépé Nicolas in Les Menuires is headed up by a family who revamped the mountain refuge owned by Nicolas Jay, an alpine farmer and former mayor of Saint-Martin. The view over the vallon du Lou is breathtaking, and the meals are fresh, local, and packed with flavour. Accessible by road and via the pistes.
In Saint-Martin-de-Belleville, the “La Rissole” patisserie is now serving Le Bellevillois, a house specialty made with blueberries and frangipane. Perfect with a tea or a coffee, to eat in or take away!
At the foot of the pistes in Méribel, indulge in an exceptional culinary experience with a blueberry tart from La Cantine d’Alvar.