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Brits go gourmet in Courchevel

Brits go gourmet in Courchevel

By John Hill

Michelin-starred British chef Richard Phillips will host Supertravel Ski’s Gourmet Week in Courchevel, beginning on 23 March.  Alongside top sommelier, Roch Braillon, from Le Verre Gourmand, 29-year-old Phillips will be cooking at a different chalet nightly, as well as hosting master-classes before dinner.

Richard Phillips started early in the restaurant business, firstly at London’s famous Savoy Hotel before working alongside the Roux Brothers at Le Gavroche, and then becoming Head Chef for Marco Pierre White at The Criterion, Mirabelle and Les Saveurs.

Richard’s first restaurant, Thackeray’s in Tunbridge Wells, opened in 2001 and is renowned as one of the best restaurants in Kent.

Whilst being at the helm of three thriving restaurants, Richard is also a recognised television personality, having appeared on popular TV shows including The Lorraine Show, Ready Steady Cook, SaturdayKitchen and Daily Cooks Challenge.

For bookings made by 12 March, Chalet Founets in Courchevel 1850 is available for the week commencing 23 March for £699 per person, to include lessons from the maestro.

Chalet Founets Aval, also 1850, is available for gourmet week for £999 per person, based on 8 sharing.

Chalet Montana, also 1850 is available too – for £2,499 per person, based on 10 sharing.

www.supertravel.co.uk/ski or to book call 020 7962 9933.

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