Gastronomic restaurant and private chef in Courchevel
Your own private chef
How would you like to get together with friends or family for an enjoyable evening after a busy day in Courchevel? At the Chalet de Courchevel Hotel, our chef will be only too happy to create a bespoke menu for you.
Whatever takes your fancy, he will use his expertise to create a menu that is sure to delight each guest, for a friendly meal shared in the large dining room.
Take advantage of our chef, with his gourmet, generous and surprising talent, and discover his sumptuous cuisine.
Our chef offers guests his bespoke cuisine, according to your tastes and whims. Using products from the local market for inspiration, this service will allow you to organise a range of evening events during your stay in Courchevel.
Whether you are looking to organise a sit-down meal or buffet, the epicureans among you will be delighted to discover and rediscover new or forgotten flavours.
The chef will customise your meal based on a full menu comprising the soup of the day, starter, main dish, cheese and desserts.
Breakfast and afternoon tea
To get your day off to a great start, the Chalet de Courchevel offers guests a delicious full breakfast every day. Dairy products, fruit, cold meats, smoked fish, cheeses, pastries, fresh fruit juices, hot drinks and more… You can take your pick and create your own European or American breakfast.
Take your seat in the Chalet de Courchevel Hotel’s comfortable dining room, and get your day off on the right foot before you go hurtling down Courchevel’s ski slopes.
After you come back from your action-packed day, you are sure to appreciate the afternoon tea prepared for you by our chef, which you can enjoy beside the fireplace.
The terrace at the Chalet de Courchevel Hotel allows guests to make the most of the sunshine and take a relaxing break in complete tranquillity. It is also the ideal place to unwind at the end of the day in the warmth of the terrace heater.
Enjoy the stunning view of the Courchevel mountain ranges and the snowy pine trees in the Bellecôte district.