Whether you're looking for a cheap bite on the mountain, a proper mountain restaurant experience or a restaurant for chalet night off, here are a few of our best suggestions:
This kiosk in Mottaret centre is the home of the infamous Mountain burger and is not to be missed. For just 7 euros you get a huge burger in a gigantic french bread bun topped with melting raclette cheese, salads and sauce. You won't be hungry after one of these.
The bakery in Meribel village, a 25m walk from the end of the piste is a fantastic pit stop for a sandwich, slice of pizza, quiche lorraine and numerous sweet treats. They also serve hot drinks and on some afternoons, freshly made crepes and waffles.
In Meribel centre just a short walk from the Chaudanne, you can eat in or take-away your crepe to order. With a huge menu of fillings, no one will be disappointed and for the adults, you can douse your crepe in as much Grand Marnier as you can handle!
Located in the Forum shopping centre just behind the ski lifts in Courchevel 1850 this bakery is jam packed with savoury and sweet treats including freshly made sandwiches, tarts and fougasses (a cross between a foccacia and a pizza). There is a reasonable amount of indoor seating so it's good for a snowy day although does get very busy.
With new owners and recently refurbished, La Terrasse is a great choice for lunch. Located right next to the Lapins piste it has a large sunny terrace, delicious daily specials, rotisserie cooked meats, home-made burgers and savoyard specialities.
A reasonably priced restaurant with speedy service and large portions.
A little gem in St. Martin de Belleville half way down the beginners' slope serving excellent food that won't break the bank.
Local Savoyarde restaurant just a short walk from our chaelts offering great value fondue, raclette, steak dishes and more.
The local bar is a great option if you're after pizza and a beer/glass of wine. Pizzas are made freshly to order in their pizza oven.
As the name suggests, this place is all about the cheese! Located in Meribel centre, book early to avoid disappointment.
An established restaurant in Meribel centre serving pizzas to order and a variety of Savoyarde specialities.
A steaming pan of melted cheese served with a basket of cubed bread and usually a plate of salad and charcuterie meats.
A big wedge of raclette cheese brought to your table in a contraption that heats it little by little. As the cheese melts you scrape it onto your plate to enjoy with potatoes, cured meats and salad.
You are served a 'hot stone' on which to cook a variety of fresh meat. Usually served with potatoes and salad.
A steaming hot potato, bacon, onion and reblochon cheese gratin - yum!
Cured (very meaty) pork sausages usually cooked in white wine and served with crozets.
Little squares of buckwheat pasta cooked al dente in a yummy cheesy sauce.