Soups: gourmet list of our best addresses in Les 3 Vallées!
In Courchevel, Méribel, Saint-Martin-de-Belleville or Orelle
In a warm and cosy setting, at the edge of the Praz lake opposite the gondola, Antoine the chef of the Bistrot du Praz (Courchevel Le Praz) invites you to discover one of his emblematic dishes: the clam broth with coconut milk.
+33 (0)4 79 08 41 33
The Cantine d’Alvar in Méribel is the ideal place to take a break between two descents.
The Scandinavian decoration and the fresh produce created by the Chef make it an essential address at the foot of Méribel’s slopes. For a gourmet and authentic après-ski, enjoy their home-made pastries.
+33 (0)4 79 06 60 89
On the heights of Val Thorens, stop at the Self Service Bistro or the Tradition Restaurant (awarded a fork in the famous Michelin guide in 2013). The Chalet de la Marine invites you to discover an exquisite cuisine and its traditional onion soup during a beautiful day of skiing.
+33 (0)4 79 00 11 90
A 100% home-made cuisine, a tea room and a wine cellar, in a stylish setting, it’s all at the Alpen Art in Val Thorens! Food that favours balance without conceding flavour, such as the famous winter soup with spices, burnt muffin and cheese chips.
Whether it is for an intimate dinner or a convivial table, the Le 80 brasserie in Méribel welcomes you in a setting that evokes the travels of the great explorers of the last century. Come and enjoy one of the soups freshly made from the best of that day’s market.
The Grenier (Saint-Martin-de- Belleville) kitchen team, trained at star-studded restaurants, offer you their chic and tasty bistro-style menu, based on fresh products, including delicious casseroles and soups and new gourmet sweets.
+33 (0)4 79 00 88 00
Sk’e-bike: Les 3 Vallées, all year round!
To discover what lies at the end of the road, of course! Whether breathtaking views, an unmissable picnic spot, or a jacuzzi (really!), the mountain has more than a few tricks in its hiking backpack to entice you onto its paths!