Eating and Drinking on a Ski Olympic Holiday

In this blog, we share some of the food and drink options available on a ski and snowboard holiday. Read more.

A holiday is a time to get out of the kitchen and enjoy an array of exciting, fresh dishes made by brilliant, talented chefs. And a ski holiday is no different!

As our chefs and catering staff finalise our menus for the season, we wanted to give you a taste of what is to come. Below you will find example meals from previous seasons, so you can get an idea of the mouth-watering food and drink in store when you arrive at La Foret.


On five mornings during your holiday, you can expect a delicious 3 item buffet breakfast. You can choose from a selection of bacon, egg, sausage, mushrooms, beans, hash brown and tomatoes. There will also be cereals, fresh French bread and jams, porridge, fresh fruit, yogurt, and juices, tea and coffee to compliment your hearty breakfast.

On one of the mornings, there will be a continental breakfast, with cereals, bread and jams, fruit and yogurt.

On your departure morning, you can enjoy a lighter breakfast of fresh croissants, Pain Au Chocolat, cereals, yoghurts, juices, tea, and coffee, before you head off home.


There are plenty of on- and off-slope restaurant and cafe options in the Vallandry Les Arcs region. Typical menus include French onion soup, pizza, savoury and sweet crepes, burgers, and salads.

You are also welcome to return to La Caverne for your lunch. In the past we have served signature homemade soups, chilli nachos, chicken curry, salads, lasagne, and much more. Expect more divine food this year!

At the bar, you can enjoy our special hot chocolates and a range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.

Afternoon Tea

On your return from a busy day on the slopes, you can expect a yummy array of homemade cakes, bread and jams, and tea and coffee. An example of our sweet treats include Victoria sponge cake, coffee and walnut cake, chocolate cake, and banana cake.


On six evenings, you will sit down to a stunning three course meal accompanied by complimentary table wine. Here’s an example from a past evening menu:

Starter: Salade Savoyarde, our version of the classic French dish with cheese from the Savoie region.
Main: Duck Confit, served with rich red cabbage and creamy dauphinois potatoes.
Dessert: Lemon Tart, topped with a shortbread biscuit.

Things to note:

Even if you are staying in Chalet Isabelle or Chalet Eve, we can provide a catered option for your holiday.
Vegetarian and vegan options are always available.
The Ski Olympic team work hard to ensure our clients’ dietary requirements are met. Please notify our team upon making your booking of any requirements you may have.

3 chalets in Vallandry/Les Arcs:
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