Club Med Resorts take you on a culinary voyage through mountain traditions.

With All-Inclusive by Club Med, all of your meals are included in the package. Discover French ski food as well as the typical mountain foods available in our Italian, Swiss, Chinese, Japanese and Canadian Resorts.

Mountain meals at Club Med

Has all that mountain air given you an appetite? During your stay, the Club Med Resorts take you on a culinary voyage through mountain traditions. From breakfast to dinner, via lunch and teatime: allow yourself to be caught in the foodie act 

As partners with the Institut Paul Bocuse*, Club Med's chefs offer authenticity and traditional recipes on their mountain menu, made with high-quality local produce.

Want to tuck into a mountain meal with an alpine, Japanese, Chinese or Canadian feel? Enjoy yourself as much as you want to: your meals and drinks (excluding premium alcohols) are included in the all-inclusive ski package by Club Med.

*In some resorts

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The call of alpine delights

Make the most of your stay and try the best Savoyard specialities. Whether you're travelling as a couple, with family or with friends, start the day with a mountain-style breakfast. Your plate will include farmhouse bread covered with alpine cheese and jam. Just right to set you up for the slopes. 

After a day of adventures, enjoy a delicious raclette made with local cheese. Give in to the temptation of tartiflette with crozet pasta or a hotpot of vegetables, diot sausage and bacon. Unless your kids would prefer a gratin dauphinois made to a traditional recipe. Share a fondue as a family and end on a sweet note with a slice of meltingly soft biscuit de Savoie.

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Club Med's "mountain" menus in Asia and North America

At Club Med, mountain recipes extend beyond the frontiers of Savoie

In Japan, the Sahoro Hokkaido Resort will awaken your senses to Daichi, with generous buffets offering international cuisine and Japanese specialities. The Mina Mina restaurant in the Resort of Tomamu Hokkaido, offers the traditional dishes of the island of Hokkaido, including nabe. Half way between a fondue and a casserole, this traditional dish is served on a hot-plate in the centre of the table. In this recipe for mountain soup, each ingredient is cooked at the last minute and in a precise order. 

In China, foodies can discover the flavours of the province of Jilin with a Hot Pot (traditional fondue based on meat, seafood and vegetables) served at the Petit Bus Rouge, the specialities restaurant in the Resort of Beidahu. In Yabuli, the Mudan is the place to go to discover the delights of the province of Heilongjiang, including meat ravioli and lamb fondue. 

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