More Fine Dining in Savoie Ski Resorts


More Fine Dining in Savoie Ski Resorts

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More Fine Dining in Savoie Ski Resorts

Admin posted Feb-2015

If you like to sample the very best of the local cuisine when not on the slopes, this press release from Savoie Mont Blanc should, er, whet your appetite...

More stars for Savoie Mont Blanc

The 2015 Michelin guide is out and more stars have been awarded to restaurants in Savoie Mont Blanc. There are now 36 Michelin starred restaurants in the area: 2 x 3-star, 12 x 2-star and 22 x 1-star, so a total of 52 stars.

La Bouitte in Saint Martin de Belleville got a third star, l'Atelier d'Edmond in Val d'Isère got a second star and three restaurants were awarded their first stars: Le Bois Prin in Chamonix, L'Ekrin in Méribel and L'Epicurien in Val Thorens.

Photo courtesy of Flocons de Sel, Megeve

Here is the full listing of Savoie Mont Blanc's starred restaurants:

3 stars

Flocons de Sel (Megève) – Chef Emmanuel Renaut

La Bouitte (Saint-Martin-de-Belleville) – Chef René et Maxime Meilleur

2 stars

Le Clos des Sens (Annecy-le-Vieux) – Chef Laurent Petit
Yoann Conte (Annecy/Veyrier-du-Lac) – Chef Yoann Conte
Le Bateau Ivre (Le Bourget-du-Lac) – Chef Jean-Pierre Jacob
Albert 1er (Chamonix Mont-Blanc) – Chef Pierre Maillet
Le Chabichou (Courchevel) – Chef Michel Rochedy
Pierre Gagnaire pour Les Airelles (Courchevel) – Chef Pierre Gagnaire
Cheval Blanc (Courchevel) – Chef Yannick Alléno
La Table du Kilimandjaro (Courchevel) – Chef Nicolas Sale
Auberge Les Morainières (Jongieux) – Chef Mickaël Arnoult
Jean Sulpice (Val Thorens) – Chef Jean Sulpice
Le Kintessence (Courchevel) – Chef Nicolas Sale
L'Atelier d'Edmond (Val d'Isère) – Chef Benoît Vidal

1 star

Million (Albertville) – Chef José de Anacleto
Le Belvédère (Annecy) – Chef Vincent Lugrin
La Ciboulette (Annecy) – Chef Georges Paccard
Auberge Lamartine (Le Bourget-du-Lac) – Chef Pierre Marin
Atmosphères (Le Bourget-du-Lac) – Chef Alain Perrillat-Mercerot
La Grange à Sel (Le Bourget-du-Lac) – Chef Gilles Blonay
Côté Marché (Chambéry) – Chef Alexandre Ongaro
Le Bistrot (Chamonix Mont-Blanc) – Chef Mickaël Bourdillat
Azimut (Courchevel) – Chef François Moureaux
Ô Flaveurs (Douvaine) – Chef Jérôme Mamet
La Ferme de l'Hôspital (Saint Julien en Genevois/Bossey) – Chef Jean-Jacques Noguier
L'Auberge du Père Bise (Talloires) – Chef Sophie Bise
Le Farçon (La Tania) – Chef Julien Machet
Le Prieuré (Thonon-les-Bains) – Chef Charles Plumex
La Table de l'Ours (Val d'Isère) – Chef Alain Lamaison
1920 (Megève) – Chef Julien Gatillon
La Table de l'Alpaga (Megève) - Chef Christophe Schuffenecker
Le Sérac (St-Gervais-les-Bains) - Chef Raphaël Le Mancq
Le Bois Prin - (Chamonix) Chef Denis Carrier
L'Ekrin – (Méribel) Chef Laurent Azoulay
L'Epicurien – Val Thorens Chef Jéremy Gillon
Le Strato (Courchevel) – Chef Sylvestre Wahid

Savoie Mont Blanc Tourisme is the Tourist Board for the Savoie and Haute-Savoie departments. Savoie Mont Blanc covers two thirds of the French Alps and boasts 110 ski resorts.

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Edited 1 time. Last update at 03-Feb-2015

reply to 'More Fine Dining in Savoie Ski Resorts'
posted Feb-2015

I once read that Courchvel has more stars than any other place in France, bar Paris!

In some ways this is ammo to the "France is expensive" brigade - however you don't have to eat in Michelin starred places!

Shows though that there must be a demand for haute cuisine in these places or they wouldn't bother - interesting to see if the collapsing Rouble has an effect on this over the next few years...
Do not put piste map reading in the hands of the bloke who can't tell the difference between a drag lift and a Black run!

reply to 'More Fine Dining in Savoie Ski Resorts'
posted Feb-2015

Agree with andyoneill - in Courchevel it is vital to look at the menu and price list outside before going into a restaurant up the hill or in town.
Outward appearance doesn't really link to what may be the price.
www  Snow dance !!! my snow dance on youtube

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