Culinary delights in Courchevel
While a skiing holiday in Courchevel is the perfect way to get plenty of exercise and take in some fresh alpine air, the French resort's reputation as one of the best ski venues to eat at could undo all your good work.
A Courchevel ski holidaycould see you fine dining at not just one, but two wonderful restaurants - Le Chabichou and Le Bateau Ivre - both of which boast two Michelin stars.
Le Bateau Ivre is stunningly located at the top of the Pomme de Pin hotel overlooking Courchevel's 1,850m centre and would be the perfect way to finish off a day on the slopes during your Courchevel ski holiday.
Or if it is a lunchtime break you want to rest your feet, then the terrace at Le Chabichou is a marvellous location to sample some of Michel Rochedy's delicious creations.
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