There’s plenty of new restaurants for ‘foodies’ to enjoy this winter. Whether in full gastronomic mode, on the go, on the slopes or simply shopping locally, there is always somewhere to delight you...
- the 10 November 2021
The Michelin Guide France 2018 has recently released its latest additions: the French mountains are home to an amazing 21 Michelin-starred restaurants in resorts from the Vosges to the Southern A...
- the 7 March 2018
These classics of French mountain gastronomy are easy to make in resort, or when you get back home as a heady reminder of the culinary heights! Bon appétit!
- the 12 January 2016
Benoît Vidal – l'Atelier d'Edmond
Julien Gatillon – Chalet du Mont d’Arbois
Le nouveau panoramic – Jean-Michel Bouvier
- the 8 January 2013
There is no greater pleasure after a long day of hiking than sitting down to a traditional raclette or tartiflette. Numerous cheeses which carry the Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée (AOC) or Proté...
- the 12 September 2012
This viticulture, which is carried out at altitudes of more than 500m or on steep slopes of 30% or more, can only be described as heroic.It requires a much greater involvement from the winegrower t...
- the 23 July 2012
A real mountain cuisine.
The slopes are very busy all year long.Once the skiers have left - with the snow - the vegetation returns and prepares…to be eaten!
- the 3 July 2012
The autumn rains have begun in the mountains…and it is the opportunity for celebration! The cool, humid weather provides perfect growing conditions for berries and mushrooms.The secret to a good ...
- the 19 September 2011
The 2011 edition of the Michelin Guide once again honours the gastronomic excellence of the French ski resorts and the savoir-faire of the chefs. This year, over 40 restaurants were noted in the...
- the 21 March 2011
When it comes to mountain cuisine, we all know the classics: gratin, tartiflette, fondue…but mountain cuisine is not limited to these dishes, delicious as they may be. There are many other specia...
- the 9 March 2011