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Fine cuisine in ski resorts

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Posted by , 9th February, 2017

Luxury ski holidays are synonymous for sun, snow and picturesque scenery. In popular resorts you won’t be short of places to eat, but if you fancy something a little more adventurous then fondue, there are a few hidden gems not to be missed by those of us who enjoy fine food.

La Grange, Verbier

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La Grange is a rustic, traditional style restaurant in the mountains of Verbier. The restaurant is run by head chef Thierry Corthay and his family, who serve the regional specialities of game and fish, as well as a wide selection of French and Italian wines.

Le Bistrot, Chamonix

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Le Bistrot in Chamonix offers original and skilfully prepared cuisine. The restaurant uses locally sourced seasonal ingredients to produce creative combinations, including red tuna with beetroot, watermelon, and avocado. The innovative cooking style is an attractive proposition for foodies.

Restaurant Jean Sulpice, Val Thorens

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Restaurant Jean Sulpice is located in the heart of the Three Valleys Ski Resort in Val Thorens, and offers a laid-back fine dining experience accompanied by panoramic views of the mountains.  Michelin star chef Jean Sulpice was born in Savoy, and his cooking celebrates the richness and diversity of the region. Each dish on the restaurant is inspired by a story, such as a childhood memory or a walk in the wild.

l’Atelier d’Edmond, Val d’Isère

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l’Atelier d’Edmond is an authentic, regional restaurant situated in one of the highest traditional villages in France. The restaurant serves delicious dishes inspired by the seasons, with a menu including lamb, duck and pigeon served two ways. l’Atelier d’Edmond has an elegant interior and rustic charm not to be missed.

Restaurant St. Hubertus, San Cassiano

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St. Hubertus has an elegant, majestic interior, with a name inspired by the patron of the hunters. The restaurant serves the finest seasonal alpine ingredients including wild game and mountain herbs, to guarantee each customer a unique and surprising culinary experience.

Dal Mulin, St. Moritz, Switzerland

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Dal Mulin’s menu is a selection of alpine cuisine, including homemade pasta and a range of meat and fish. Customers praise the restaurant for its fresh produce and impressive wine list. The restaurant has a rustic, wooden interior and maintains a cosy charm – perfect for evening meal after a day on the slopes.

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