Four Michelin Stars in the Alps
Tuck into to four Michelin-starred restaurants in the Alps. For a gourmet break at high altitude, head to Le Roc Alto de l’Alta Peyra. It’s is the most elevated star in France – located in Saint-Véran, the highest commune in Europe. This top table offers a dizzying view of the rooftops of the village’s typical chalets. The Chef, Alexandre Lechêne, serves simple, authentic cuisine with Mediterranean influences. Next, in Saint-Crépin, Chef Sébastien Corniau works with vegetables, seasonal produce, and local meats. His delicious dishes can be enjoyed in the vaulted dining room of the Tables de Gaspard, where an intimate atmosphere reigns. For a culinary journey full of surprises, book a table at the Pêché Gourmand, in Briançon. Here, the Franco-Australian duo Sharon and Jimmy Frannais dream up audacious sweet and sour combinations and original pâtisseries. Lastly, in Château-Arnoux-Saint-Auban, near Digne-les-Bains, Jany Gleize will welcome you to La Bonne Étape for a fabulous culinary journey to the heart of Provençal flavours.