Dining at Aman Le Mélézin

Both guests and non-residents are invited to dine at Aman Le Mélézin. Please contact the team to make a reservation at Nama, the hotel’s exceptional Japanese restaurant. 

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Reservations are essential at what has become one of the region’s most lauded restaurants, where we celebrate elevated traditional Japanese cuisine. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, Nama serves exquisite sashimi, sushi and signature dishes such as succulent Wagyu beef and Otoro tuna, as well as a range of warming ramen dishes. Every dish is imbued with a strong sense of its locale, focusing on the finest ingredients available. 

The Bar, Library and Salon 

Offering Courchevel’s largest sake and Japanese whiskey collection, as well as a range of exclusive house cocktails, the Bar is a convivial space in which to while away an evening with its plush-velvet stools, parquet floors and mesmerizing mountain views. Or choose to unwind in the cozy Library or the oak-panelled Salon next to a roaring log fire. The drinks and views are just as fine. 

The Terrace 

With its superb mountain and village views, the hotel’s magnificent Terrace is the ideal spot for a coffee, lunch, afternoon tea or après-ski drink. As perfect for warming up and getting some sun between ski sessions, or for starting an evening on the town. 

The Fumoir 

This intimate smoking lounge is all decadent elegance, offering a superb selection of the globe’s finest cigars. 

Aman Chef Norbert Chef Norbert Nieferkofler

Chef Norbert Niederkofler at Aman Le Mélézin

On 20 and 21 February 2023

On select dates, gastronomy fans can experience the culinary prowess of three Michelin-starred chef, Norbert Niederkofler. Paying homage to the majestic mountains of Courchevel, the two evenings the chef’s revered ‘Cook the Mountain’ philosophy. Originating from his St. Hubertus restaurant at Aman Partner Hotel, Rosa Alpina in the Dolomites, the ‘Cook the Mountain’ concept has received much acclaim, with awards including three Michelin stars and a Michelin green star for sustainability. 

The special dinners will be served at Nama, the hotel’s Japanese restaurant. Delivering his ingenuity to Aman Le Mélézin, Chef Norbert’s creative six-course tasting menu will incorporate unique dishes showcasing seasonal ingredients, such as veal tongue served with fermented lingonberries. An expert sommelier will perfectly pair every dish with an exquisite wine, hand-selected from the hotel’s vast and curated collection. Guests will also have the opportunity to meet Chef Norbert during the meal.  

Les Prés de la Croix Experience

Sating appetites stimulated by the pristine Alpine air, Aman Le Mélézin’s thirtieth anniversary dining experiences include an Evening Adventure at Les Prés de la Croix, a picture postcard mountain chalet. 

This experience involves a horse-drawn carriage ride at dusk from La Tania to Les Prés de la Croix, where a typical Savoyard dinner of cheese fondue or hotpot awaits beside a roaring log fire. A bespoke five-course menu created by a private chef can also be arranged on Friday evenings.

Children can play games in the chalet’s mezzanine or sled beneath the stars before the homeward journey by toboggan or snowbike to La Tania concludes with a taxi-transfer back to the hotel.

Featured Dining Experiences

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Restaurants are open to Aman Le Melezin guests and non-residents (subject to availability).