You burn a lot of energy skiing, and it's important to refuel. Meribel mountain restaurants are here to help with this. So embrace the time-honoured art of maximising your calories per Euro. You will never feel more justified in eating a burger that's bigger than your face.
Known fondly as "The Ronnie", Le Rond Point is probably one of Meribel most famous après bars. Situated right in the sun in the afternoon on Saulire side of the mountain. Le Rond Point is also a great option as a Mountain Restaurant.
New! Formerly Le Coeur de Cristal, discover the restaurant Le Monchu on the ski slopes of Méribel. During the day, rest and enjoy our south-facing terrace. In the evening, book your evening in a mountain chalet for an unforgettable experience.
Le Blanchot is found just off the slopes on route to Altiport. On the menu you can expect to a find modern cooking style mixed with some Savoyard favourites. During the peak season it is advisable to book before arriving.
The Adret Telebar is found just off the slope beside the Adret Chair. With a terrasse bathed in sunshine with the best mountain views and a traditional interior it is one not to miss. Open only during the day time expect a traditional French menu with some great old dishes.
Located in La Chaudanne, Les Castors is often an overlooked restaurant but that doesn’t stop it from being busy. A large terrasse and great indoor roaring fire, expect a traditional menu and warm atmosphere.
Located at the foot of Mont Vallon, Le Plain des Mains restaurant has an incredible terrace, a large area of deckchairs in the snow and also a fast food bar downstairs. Serving French and European cuisine
Le Clos Bernard is open every day for lunch and from Tuesday to Saturday for dinner. Whatever time of the year the terrace, on the edge of the forest, has a magical ambience to it. They specialise in wood-fire grilled meats and Savoie favourites.
Technically Le Bouche a L'Oreille is based in Les Menuires but is at the top of the mountain that borders with the Meribel Valley. The interior is sharp and modern with a friendly atmosphere. A wide range of continental cuisine.
New to Meribel Village, La Terrasse du Village is proving to be a hugely popular spot during the peak season. They are also open from 11am during the summer and winter season. Free bus to Meribel and Les Allues every 20 mins.
Loosen your ski boots and pull up a deck chair. Meribel is well known for its nightlife and aprés ski scene. Meribel nightlife features top-quality live music that has become a real draw in recent years. Solo acts, DJs and full live bands. Listen out for the live music guide on R'Meribel radio station for the latest band listings. See our select list of Meribel bars below.
Perhaps better know for a party atmosphere than a sit-down meal, La Folie Douce nonetheless serves great food in an incredible setting. Save the dancing 'til after dessert!
Food is served at La Taverne all day and night. Pop in for a pre-ski breakfast, a lunch or an Apres-Ski snack. Enjoy live music and major sporting events on the big screen.
If you're staying in a hotel or self-catered chalet, then dining out is likely to be a feature of your stay. In fact, that's true for everyone else, too, usually. If you're staying in a catered chalet, then your evening meals are provided except on Wednesday which is staff night off. Your chalet company might be able to help you book a restaurant that suits your location. But here's a list to get you started.
Great for something completely different! A contemporary Indian restaurant. Located up at Meribel 1600 opened to great reviews in 2017. We LOVE it! Approx €45.00 a head.
Great for favourites like pizzas, salads, steak in a modern setting. Approx €25.00 a head.
Great for cheesy goodness, raclette and fondue in a traditional setting. Run by the same people as L'Igloo. Approx €25.00 a head.
Great for, well can you guess?! Great fondue, raclette and delicious charcuterie in a traditional setting. Approx €30.00 a head.
Great for high-end bistro-style French food in a modern chalet style setting. Allow time for delicious cocktails in the bar downstairs before you dine. Approx €50.00 a head.
Great for grilled meats cooked on an open fire in the middle of the upstairs restaurant. Chez Kiki is a Meribel institution and although Monseir Kiki finally retired in 2015, his legacy lives on. Approx €40.00 a head.
Great for mushroom lovers! A mushroomy themed menu served at this lovely restaurant up at Meribel plateau, just below Rond Point. They gather a lot of the mushrooms themselves and preserve them to serve on the winter menu. Approx €55.00 a head.
One of the best restaurants in Courchevel with the most amazing dessert selection. Access via Lac Creux run or by ski taxi from Altiport. A wide menu offers exquisite cuisine mixed with a great atmosphere. Booking Advised.
A perfect place to enjoy delicious gastronomy and relax in the sunshine. An upmarket menu selects some of the best french dishes and selections of wine and champagne. Located just below the Chenus gondola.
A cosy and top rated restaurant in the heart of Courchevel 1650. A great sun terrasse, warm interior and traditional menu. Booking advised all winter.
Located above La Tania, with great piste and lift access, this reasonably priced restaurant offers a range of foods with great customer service.
Located slightly off the piste this lunch time restaurant is a great quiet spot to enjoy traditional savoyard dishes and excellent views. During peak weeks it is advised to book.
Situated alongside the largest lake in the valley, a cosy warm atmosphere welcomes you with organic drinks and traditional savoyard dishes.
A great reasonably priced piste side restaurant, and great with children too. A wide varied menu makes easy lunches on the mountain.
A quiet spot in a busy valley, Chalet Hilary is a traditional French restaurant and great for vegetarian food too. Located just above La Crossiete in Les Menuires, it makes for an easy commute back to Meribel.
One of the top rated restaurants in Les Menuires, it’s very reasonably priced food of european cuisine mixed with its large sun terrace and pub atmosphere makes it a hit with holiday makers. Definitely one you need to book!
A high end, perfectly located restaurant in the heart of Val Thorens. La Maison allows you to enjoy exquisite cuisine whilst remaining in your ski boots.
An on the piste apres bar, with excellent atmosphere and snack food, including a noodle bar. It’s definitely one for a quick affordable pit stop lunch. Expect music, dancing and partying.
A very traditional savoyard restaurant with heaps of atmosphere, a popular amongst locals and excellent customer service. Booking advised especially peak weeks.
Perhaps better know for a party atmosphere than a sit-down meal, La Folie Douce nonetheless serves great food in an incredible setting. Save the dancing 'til after dessert!.
If you are staying in a luxury chalet, then you may have a private chef or a luxury catering service may be provided as part of your accommodation package. But if you are venturing out and want to make a splash, then here are some of the region's very finest restaurants.
L’Ekrin, Meribel's only Michelin Star restaurant, is proudly run by head chef Laurent Azoulay. The restaurant is decorated with rich dark velvet textures and wooden, earthy tones which project a warm and comforting ambience. The cuisine is delicate and innovative. Every dish is as ambitious and well presented as the next. Laurent Azoulay has taken his love of classic dishes from the past and reworked them into modern, luxury masterpieces.
Le 1947 is a 3 Michelin Star restaurant. Taking it's name from Château Cheval Blanc's most sought after vintage. World renowned chef Yannick Alléno is the current culinary master of this high-end establishment. Sybille de Margerie, an interior designer involved with the creation of some of the most luxurious properties in the world, was behind the sleek and almost futuristic look of Le 1947. A once in a lifetime culinary experience.
Located near Saint Martin de Belleville, La Bouitte is a gourmet restaurant that prides itself in the Savoie style, large and delicious dishes without the fanfare. This Savoie style mixed with some creative cuisine from throughout the restaurant's evolution has ensured La Bouitte's place as one of the most respected and adored culinary treats in the 3 Valleys. Run by the father and son team of René and Maxime Meilleur. La Bouitte is a Three Michelin Star restaurant, the Michelin Guide's highest award.
Based in the glamorous hotel Palace Les Airelles in Courchevel, Le Coin Savoyard is a restaurant dedicated to showing off the local delicacies of the Savoie Region. Three star Michelin Chef Pierre Gagnaire oversees the kitchen. With warm and homely meals such as elegant cheese raclette, fondue and divine pasta, Le Coin Savoyard allows you to enjoy the tastes and history of the Savoie Region in a truly sophisticated backdrop.
Having previously learned the art of cooking under the tutelage of Marc Veyrat, where after 4 years of training Jean was promoted to sous-chef at Marc's "Ferme de mon Pere" in Megève. Jean's love of mountain climbing brought him to Val Thorens in 2002, where he opened his own restaurant. At the age of 26 Jean received his first Michelin star at the age of just 31 he received his second. Come and enjoy the work of a true prodigy of the culinary world in the 3 Valleys highest restaurant.
Head chef at Le Farcon is Julien Machet. Julien, having grown up in the region, has an affinity with the area, it's people and it's food. At Le Farcon the aim is to showcase creative, luxury dishes to their audience without any air of elitism. Julien infuses traditional produce with exciting processes and presentations. Some of Juliens dishes are his Grandmother's recipes with his own personal twist added. Julien was awarded a Michelin star in 2006.
Last Updated: 01 May 2020