Four Seasons Megève Collection and Edmond de Rothschild Heritage Restaurants Introduce an Array of Culinary Experiences
This winter, Four Seasons Megève Collection and Edmond de Rothschild Heritage are introducing an array of new dining experiences, creating a haven of culinary delights in the striking alpine setting of Megève. The gastronomic offer embraces both local and international flavours, reflecting the group’s dynamic and cosmopolitan outlook while upholding the values that defined the history of Megève a century ago. Guests can embark on an extraordinary culinary voyage showcasing a rich culinary heritage and unforgettable flavours.
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- The Glass Bar: Megève's New Speakeasy
Nestled within the heart of Four Seasons Hotel Megève, the Glass Bar is a cosy new establishment that invites guests to relax after a long day exploring the great outdoors. Crafted by skilled glass sculptor Gilles Chabrier, the bar counter is a genuine masterpiece, meticulously shaped from sandblasted raw glass and polished entirely by hand. "I drew inspiration from a small spring located on Mont d'Arbois, completely frozen in winter. I started with the image of this frozen waterfall on a prominent rock to create a deconstructed sculptural bar, imbued with the natural spirit found throughout Four Seasons Hotel Megève," explains Gilles Chabrier. The presence of rocks gives rise to darker, shadowy regions, inspiring renowned cabinetmaker Steven Leprizé to explore the harmonious interplay between ice and stone. The wooden components bring a functional and inviting touch, creating a unique and captivating work imbued with the soul of Megève.
Open daily from 4:00 pm, the Glass Bar is the perfect place to enjoy an afternoon tea, a glass of fine wine, a tailor-made drink or a timeless cocktail in an intimate, welcoming setting. In peak season, including the festive season and February holidays, live music entertainment further adds to the ambience.
- La Table du Kaito: An Intimate Culinary Experience
The Hotel’s iconic Kaito restaurant is delighted to introduce a private dining experience. Facing the sushi bar, the private dining room La Table du Kaito warmly welcomes up to eight diners seeking an intimate ambience to savour exquisite, delicately crafted Japanese dishes prepared using locally sourced produce. Over the course of the evening, guests will embark on a delightful culinary journey with iconic dishes and exceptional wine pairings. There's something to delight every palate.
From December 13, 2023, the restaurant will be open for dinner as well as for lunch on Saturdays and Sundays.
- A Feast for the Senses at La Dame de Pic – Le 1920
An exquisite new winter-themed chapter is unfolding at Chef Anne-Sophie Pic’s celebrated Michelin-starred restaurant La Dame de Pic – Le 1920. In this culinary haven, winter is a celebration of delightful flavours and exquisite Michelin-starred creations that will tantalise the tastebuds. The new menu daringly combines locally sourced ingredients from the surrounding area, creating a culinary experience featuring unique flavour and texture combinations.
From December 15, 2023, the restaurant will be open for dinner from Tuesday to Saturday, as well as for Saturday lunch.
Les Chalets du Mont d'Arbois, Megève, A Four Seasons Hotel
- The Art of Grilling at La Table de Noémie
Located in Chalet Eve at Les Chalets du Mont d'Arbois, Megève, A Four Seasons Hotel, La Table de Noémie brings a mountain-inspired steakhouse concept to life in a welcoming ambience. Centred around the art of open-fire grilling, the new menu curated by Chef Filippo Rasetti showcases delectable cuts of meat, each aged to perfection. The diverse menu also includes fish dishes, soups and vegetarian creations. Adorned with mural paintings and wall hangings by artist Thierry Bruet, the restaurant is well suited for hosting large gatherings in a cosy atmosphere that pays homage to the Edmond de Rothschild family's art de vivre.
From December 22, 2023, the restaurant will be open every evening except Tuesdays during school holidays, and from Thursday to Monday evenings outside of school holidays.
Edmond de Rothschild Heritage Establishments
- New Armani Makeover at L'Idéal 1850
With an impressive setting at 1850 metres (6,070 feet), with Mont Blanc as a breathtaking backdrop, L'Idéal 1850 offers stunning vistas of Megève and its snow-clad valley. From December 23, 2023 to March 24, 2024, this iconic restaurant on the slopes will feature exclusive décor by Italian fashion maestro Giorgio Armani’s winter brand Neve. Every detail, from tableware to plaids, cushions, accessories and staff uniforms, will be created by this legendary fashion house, seamlessly blending Italian elegance with the Edmond de Rothschild family's art de vivre. This collaboration also features a gastronomic touch with the Armani Espressotini cocktail, a classic ARMANI\CAFFE drink that takes a twist on a classic Espresso Martini. Guests will also be able to savour culinary delights by Chef Filippo Rasetti, including his much-loved Mac Rothschild burger, along with a fine selection of oysters, with an array of Barons de Rothschild vintages also available from the champagne bar.
To enhance the festive atmosphere, the Italian brand is curating a special playlist for the occasion, with DJ sets on selected dates.
The restaurant will be open daily from December 23, 2023 to March 24, 2024 from 12:00 noon to 4:00 pm, with three exclusive evening reservations available on Thursday, December 28, 2023, and February 15 and 22, 2024.
- La Taverne du Mont d'Arbois: A New Culinary Chapter in Megève's History
A legendary 1970s hotspot, La Taverne du Mont d'Arbois is focusing on its rich culinary heritage this winter, offering a delightful Savoyard gastronomic experience in an alpine setting. With its wooden beams and rustic décor, the restaurant envelops guests in a warm and inviting atmosphere, making it the perfect setting to enjoy delectable meals with friends and family.
Drawing on the region's abundant local produce, the menu showcases renowned Savoyard cheese specialities, including raclette, tartiflette and fondue, complemented by exquisite charcuterie platters and seasonal salads. Other local delights include braised diots, creamy polenta, and coquelet with mushroom fricassee and grilled potatoes.
The Taverne du Mont d'Arbois can be privatised for dinners for up to 80 guests in the main dining room and an additional 30 guests on the mezzanine.
The restaurant will be open every evening for dinner from December 22, 2023, except Mondays during school holidays, and Thursday to Saturday evenings outside school holiday periods.
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