The Best Restaurants in Val d’Isère for Fine Dining; the Hip Hideouts’ Way

Whether you're staying in one of our luxury catered ski chalets with a private chef, joining us in a luxury bed & breakfast chalet or prefer the self sufficiency a self catered apartment, there are a few evenings that you’re likely to find yourselves eating out. Let us introduce you to some of the best restaurants in Val d’Isère. We’ve highlighted four of our favourite spaces and most sublime places to excite those all important post-ski taste buds.

Matsuhisa Val d’Isère: For those not in the know already, Nobu arrived with great acclaim to Val d’Isère for Winter 2022/23. Located in arguably one of the best hotel in Val d’Isère, Airelles, relax and enjoy cosy intimate dinners in elegant surroundings and all in a central location. What’s more, after dinner the hotel chauffeurs will drop you wherever you need to go so you can stress less when it comes to getting home. The wagyu tacos were divine and who doesn’t love Nobu’s black cod!

La Table de l’Ours: Having regained their Michelin star this year under chef Antoine Gras, this is a must for winter 2023/24. Located in another of the best hotels in Val d’Isère, Les Barmes de l’Ours, the restaurant was renovated in 2020 offering a tasteful space with elegant food to match. The plates are delicate, well thought out and beautifully crafted with creativity flowing through every mouthful. Expect to be surprised, delighted and excited when you dine here.

L’Altiplano 2.0: Exquisite best describes what you will experience from Riccardo Berto in the beautiful surroundings of Le K2 Chogori, Val d’Isère. If you’ve visited their Courchevel establishment you’ll know that you’re in for a real treat! Transport yourself to the Andes and be guided through a host of sophisticated and fresh Peruvian dishes with one of their elegant tasting menus. We loved the trio of ceviche and the Bao de Cerdo. 1954 bar is the ideal spot for a pre dinner aperitif.

La Luge: Whilst not necessarily ‘fine dining’,La Luge would be our finest dining recommendation for those after a more traditional Savoyard menu in luxury surroundings. Located in the oldest and most popular hotel in Val d’Isère, Le Blizzard, La Luge oozes sophistication and elegance and is the perfect location for a cosy fondue or raclette. Pick from one of their four different fondues or three raclettes and if you’re not too full afterwards be sure to visit Le Blizzard Lounge Bar and David, their head barman and mixologist extraordinaire, for a sublime after dinner espresso martini.

Come hungry this winter and let us help you to expect the unexpected.