Have you ever combined skiing in the mountains with gastronomy?
– It’s a perfect exclusive combination that any skier should try one day.
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Alta Badia is the place to go if you really want to combine skiing with gastronomy and gourmet food.
From Thursday 16 November 2017 Alta Badia have in total 6 Michelin stars divided on 4 restaurants.
“High-quality catering and cuisine represent one of the key points of our area’s tourist offer; the six Michelin stars now present in Alta Badia are a great source of pride and merit for us all. Those who choose Alta Badia as their holiday destination will be able to enjoy unique culinary experiences, aspired to even on an international level. Heartfelt congratulations go out to these three Michelin star restaurants for the excellent results they have achieved”, says Roberto Huber, Director of the Tourist Board Alta Badia, at the end of the Michelin Guide 2018 presentation.
The ski resort makes a great effort to attract gourmet skiers from all over the world.
For example, “Gourmet ski safari” is held. On the ski safari seven Michelin star chefs will welcome the skiers. The event is taking place on the snow in Alta Badia, in the heart of the Dolomites, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, which opens its ski slopes for the gourmet safari.
At La Bouitte in St. Marcel near St. Matin De Belleville in les 3 Vallées you find 3-star Michelin restaurant. A beutiful french chalet for the real skiing gourmets. The signature foie gras is an classic and have been on the menu since the beginning of the restaurent.
As an gourmet skier you have to visit La Bouitte!
Among others the 2-star michilin restaurant Ecco St. Moritz. Here you will get dishes such as truffle pizza or beef carpaccio with truffles Robespierre followed by pine tree ice cream with caramelized walnuts and red currant compote.
In Courchevel you fin 8 Michelin-starred restaurants!
One of the best is Le 1947 at Cheval Blanc.
Some of the others michilin starred restaurant, you have to visit is Pierre Gagnaire pour Les Airelles, Le Kintessence, and Le Montgomerie.
You have to try L’Atelier d’Edmond, a cosy chalet created from an old farm building. With a newly won second Michelin star is it a visit worthily.
Zermatt is a mecca for good restaurants for starving skiers. With more than 50 restaurants on the mountain and 100 more in town, foodies are in paradise.
Most famous is Chez Vrony, which is a whole institution in finer cooking.