After spending all day on the slopes, the last thing you want to do is drive miles to find a restaurant or prepare a meal yourself. If you feel exhausted after a long day of mountain exercise, you may want to consider booking a ski resort that offers food on site. Also, you will want to do some research and keep the tastes of your party in mind. Megeve and St. Marcel in France offer some great on-site cuisine, as to St Moritz and Zermatt in Switzerland.
- Dollops of healthy exercise, lungfuls of fresh mountain air and sparkling peaks make the ideal ingredients for a hearty alpine appetite.
- The ski-resort constellation might be liberally sprinkled with Michelin stars, but eating well can sometimes be an off-piste slog.
- The pair draw on the culinary heritage of the old Savoie region, taking inspiration from the terroir of the valleys, lakes and mountains.
“Dollops of healthy exercise, lungfuls of fresh mountain air and sparkling peaks make the ideal ingredients for a hearty alpine appetite.”