Jean-André Charial is chef and owner of the legendary restaurant in Provence L’Oustau de Baumanière which has two stars in the Michelin guide. He is now full time with his team at the Baumanière 1850 restaurant. It has one Michelin star. This is a promise of an unforgettable gourmet experience. He was inspired by the Mediterranean, with a touch of the mountains when developing this authentic menu. Jean-André Charial uses only the finest products: turbot, truffle, sea urchins from Galicia, giant crab from Alaska. On the sweet side, his pastry chef reinterprets great classics like ’Mont Blanc’.
A cosy fireplace with comfortable armchairs upholstered in colourful woollen materials, incredible ceilings with back displays of details from a famous painting at the chateau at Versailles. “Apotheosis of Hercules ». Baumanière 1850 and the bar at the Strato are a world apart in the hotel. Legs of lamb on a spit with gratin dauphinois potatoes or lobster form Brittany cooked in chestnut leaves, forgotten vegetables with black truffle - the menu at Baumanière 1850 is very colouful. Excellence without sophistication. The Cuisine is from a cosy house to be enjoyed in winter. A restaurant in Courchevel 1850 where you will rediscover the meaning of Gastronomy.