Dining

A fine dining experience celebrating Japan's tradition of culinary artistry 

Experience Japanese dining at its most enticing at Aman Le Mélézin's new restaurant, Nama. Exquisite sushi, sashimi and Wagyu beef are highlights of a menu that follows Japan's Unesco-recognised tradition of washoku, a style of cuisine that elevates cooking to an art form. Under the guidance of master chef Keiji Matoba, every Nama dish is imbued with a strong sense of its locale, focusing on the finest ingredients available nearby

 

 

Meaning ‘Raw’ in Japanese, Nama brings the culinary art of Washoku to Aman

Recognised by Unesco as a heritage cuisine, the secret to Washoku lies in simplicity. Though the process of washoku is complex, its purpose lies in bringing out the essence of each ingredient, combining the fresher flavours with ancient Japanese craftsmanship

 

ENHANCED BY DISPLAYS OF IKEBANA FLOWERS, NAMA'S SETTING PROVIDES A SERENE BACKDROP TO EXQUISITE JAPANESE CUISINE

Showcasing sashimi, sushi and grilled Wagyu beef, Nama's menu fuses fine produce with a culinary craftsmanship that take years to perfect, bringing essential flavours to the fore

 

After days spent on the slopes, both guests of Aman Le Melezin and non-residents will be warmly welcomed to Nama

Just minutes from the centre of Courchevel 1850, the menu draws inspiration from the snowy terrain, featuring a range of warming soups

 

WHETHER SIPPED IN THE ATMOSPHERIC BAR OR THE INTIMATE LIBRARY, THE HOUSE COCKTAILS PERFECTLY COMPLEMENT THE APRÈS-SKI

Take a seat at the granite stone Bar for Aman Le Mélézin’s signature cocktail, featuring local blueberries, violet flower extract and a generous dose of champagne

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