In the Alps, cooking is infused with authenticity, creativity, and sharing. Unique and typical restaurants, country bistrots, Michelin-starred restaurants, or high-altitude tables. Explore our top picks of the best restaurants in the Alps.
Restaurants at the Top
Exploring Many Flavours
More into yurts at the heart of the Vallée de l’Ubaye? Characterful inns or fresh local produce cooked with passion? Or a typical chalet where a pure Alpine atmosphere prevails? Lovers of great restaurants and culinary travel, the Alps are your playground. Here, we enjoy spoiling guests with terroir-driven ingredients, local specialities – including the famous blueberry tart – and simple dishes with transalpine influences. We also like reinventing in the kitchen, opening up diners to world cuisines and new experiences. Explore our top 5 restaurants in the Alps.
The Epitome of Alpine Restaurants
Want to enjoy tasty, local, and seasonal dishes in an authentic, down-to-earth atmosphere that embodies the Alpine spirit? The country bistrots never disappoint. This inventive and inspiring Bistrots de Pays label guides you to gourmet addresses in rural areas, where cuisine combines with a sense of hospitality, friendliness, and sharing. Country bistrots will welcome you in Névache, Cervières, Marcoux, Thorame-Haute, and many other towns that brim with the warm ambiance of the Alps. Come and taste the adventure!
Excellence at its Purest
In the Alps, you can raise a glass at the Roc Alto of l’Alta Peyra, the highest Michelin-starred restaurant in France, while enjoying a magnificent view of the valleys around Saint-Véran. Or treat yourself to a moment of grace at Les Tables de Gaspard, at Le Pêché Gourmand, or at La Bonne Étape – the three other Michelin-starred restaurants in the Alps. We also have the best addresses for sinking your teeth into local, seasonal produce. Or for simply savoring a high-altitude lunch or dinner.