Dishing it up
It’s no secret that Val d’Isère spoils us with restaurant choices. By day, an array of mountain restaurants keep both palates and dance moves entertained, as long lunches spill over into an infamous après ski scene. By night, Val d’Isère dishes up one of the hottest dining scenes in the Alps, whisking you from Japan to Peru, with a few beautiful stops along the way.
This winter, dine at new heights as Val d’Isère’s Solaise gondola re-opens from 1900 on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings, allowing refined revelries to continue at Gigi’s restaurant. Italian is always best served with a perfectly poured negroni and a side of live music.
Taking your palate further afield, Le K2 Chogori’s L’Altiplano 2.0 brings you the finest ceviche and Pisco Sours this side of Peru. We recommend settling in and dining out with their extensive tasting menu.
Last but by no means least, bringing it home with La Poya. From intimate and cosy tables to privatised nights, local ingredients are served and celebrated with an acclaimed twist.
As always, we will introduce you to all the right places and the most interesting faces.