Nowadays, good food and wine are one of the most important parts of any great holiday. We are passionate about cooking and plating up rich, delicious food that you will remember long after your holiday is over.
And for that reason, unlike many chalet firms, we only employ professional chefs, to ensure we provide our guests with true gourmet cuisine.
In fact, over the years, we have had the pleasure of working with young chefs who have between them been in Masterchef the Professionals; worked with Raymond Blanc; worked under Michelin starred chefs; and cut their teeth at prestigious hotels and fine dining establishments.
Because our chefs have all had experience in fine dining restaurants, you will have the opportunity to eat restaurant-quality food every night, exquisitely presented and tasty to match. But we also know that skiers don't want tiny portions, so we ensure that your dinners will also satisfy the hungriest of athletes!
A week’s holiday with Alpine365 consists of six fully-catered days including breakfast, afternoon tea and a 4-course dinner. We have one day off so that you get the opportunity to sample the local cuisine in the village.
Breakfast is plentiful, with a choice of cereals, croissants and breads, fruit yoghurts, porridge and a cooked option every day. Not just an egg slapped on your plate though - we will serve a variety of sausages, bacon, beans, mushrooms, eggs done all ways throughout the week.
Afternoon tea is a tradition not to be missed after a long day on the slopes, and we won’t disappoint with our freshly baked cake or biscuits, French baguettes and a selection of teas and filter coffee waiting on the table for your arrival. On colder days mulled wine may await you on your return!
Alpine365 dinners are sumptuous 4-course affairs, using fresh, seasonal ingredients. Why not start off the evening with an aperitif from our affordable honesty bar, before sitting down to a lovely dinner, ending with a selection of local cheeses to try, all accompanied by unlimited red and white wine at the table. Then retire to one of our many sofas to sleep it off - or maybe a nightcap from the bar, it's up to you.