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The restaurant Le 1947, headed by chef Yannick Alléno at Cheval Blanc Courchevel, has been awarded a third star in the 2017 Michelin Guide. This third star honors the creativity of the resolutely modern cuisine created by Chef Alléno and his teams since he arrived in the Alpine resort in 2008.
The 2017 Michelin Guide has awarded a third star to Le 1947, honoring the work and innovation of chef Yannick Alléno and his team. Since his arrival in 2008, Yannick Alléno has revolutionized the codes of gastronomy to delight guests with unprecedented experiences. His bold and resolutely modern cuisine perfectly expresses the values of the LVMH group – creativity, expertise and excellence.
At Le 1947, Chef Alléno draws inspiration from the rich diversity of local Savoie ingredients to craft a cuisine that celebrates flavor and taste at the heart of every dish. The dishes are a culinary score where each nuance is flawlessly executed. The current season’s menu features pike accompanied by a millefeuille of spinach, Maviar and Arctic Char gravlax.
“I feel an immense joy and I thank the Michelin Guide for the support it has shown us with this new distinction,” said Chef Alléno. “The restaurant has a marvelous setting – it is truly up there that modern sauces are born. I am delighted for Monsieur Arnault, with whom our group shares his fundamental values of excellence and creativity. Thank you as well to the teams at LVMH Hotel Management who have supported us since our first day in this crazy gamble to reinvent French cuisine. Thank you of course to LVMH Hotel Management and their teams for supporting us since day one in the revival of French cuisine.”
This distinction crowns ten years of effort and creativity and makes Le 1947 the only restaurant in Courchevel with three Michelin stars.