Jean Rémi Caillon, Executive Chef, is responsible for the menus at La Table de Mon Grand-Père and L'Étable des Lys, and brings his culinary expertise to bear in creating dishes that are both resolutely sustainable and respectful of mountain traditions.
Dictated by the rhythm of the seasons, his menus give free rein to the inspirations of this "chef-gatherer", where flavours and textures are balanced on the plate.
La table de mon Grand-Père :
In the heart of the charming village of Le Praz, La Table de mon Grand-Père instantly evokes good times of sharing, witness to an authentic Courchevel family history.
The cuisine highlights the unexplored face of mountain cooking. The chef lovingly draws his inspiration from the richness of the Savoyard terroir, naturally favouring local, seasonal produce.
In the warm, friendly atmosphere of the large dining rooms, La Table de mon Grand-Père offers refined, creative bistronomy and elegant, friendly service, so you can enjoy a moment of good humour at the table.
Open from 23 October to 21 April 2024, serving lunch and dinner every day of the week.
L'étable des Lys:
Nestling in the narrow streets of the village of Le Praz, under a majestic stone vault decorated with old wood, the Tarentaise and Savoie regions invite themselves around the few tables.
Cheeses from neighbouring farms are the mainstay of this typical mountain cuisine. The chef follows the customs and ancestral recipes of traditional Savoyard specialities, enhanced by the embers of the stoves of a blacksmith from our valleys.
Once a cowshed, this rustic address honours our farming heritage with a warm and friendly welcome, for an authentic and unusual experience.
Open from 6 December 2023 to 7 April 2024, from 5.30pm to 10pm every day except Tuesday.