Club Med Resorts take you on a culinary journey spanning the history of the nearby mountains.

With All-Inclusive by Club Med, all meals are included in your package. Discover French specialties as well as typical mountain dishes at our Italian, Swiss, Chinese, Japanese, and Canadian Resorts.

Mountain specialties at Club Med

Has all that mountain air given you an appetite? Club Med Resorts take you on a culinary journey spanning the history of the nearby mountains. From breakfast to dinner, via lunch and snack time: give in to the temptation of all that's on offer.

Teaming up with Institut Paul Bocuse,* Club Med chefs create authentic and traditional recipes for their mountain menu, with each dish made from premium local produce.

Looking to enjoy a mountain meal with an Alpine, Japanese, Chinese, or Canadian flavor? Be our guest! All your meals and drinks (excluding premium alcohols) are included in your all-inclusive ski package.

*At certain resorts only

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The sweet call of the mountains

Make the most of your stay by trying our best Savoyard specialties. Whether you're traveling as a couple, with family, or with friends, start the day with a mountain style breakfast. You'll be served farmhouse bread smothered with alpine cheeses and jams. The perfect way to fuel up for a day on the slopes! 

After a day spent exploring, enjoy a delicious raclette made with local cheeses. Give in to the temptation of tartiflette with crozet pasta or a hot pot with vegetables, diot sausage, and bacon. That is, unless the kids want a traditional "gratin dauphinois" instead! Share a fondue with the family and end on a sweet note with a slice of Savoie sponge cake.

Discover the succulent specialties of Savoie

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

At Club Med, mountain recipes are not just limited to Savoie

In Japan, the Sahoro Hokkaido Resort will awaken your senses to Daichi, with bountiful buffets offering international cuisine and Japanese specialties. Meanwhile, the Mina Mina restaurant in the Tomamu Hokkaido Resort serves up traditional dishes from the island of Hokkaido, including nabe. Somewhere between a fondue and a casserole, this local specialty is served on a hot plate in the middle of the table. With this mountain soup recipe, each ingredient is cooked at the last minute and in a precise order. 

In China, foodies will delight in the flavors of Jilin Province with a hot pot (traditional fondue made from meat, seafood, and vegetables) served at the Petit Bus Rouge, a specialty restaurant at the Resort in Beidahu. In Yabuli, the Mudan is the spot for enjoying specialties from the province of Heilongjiang, including meat ravioli and lamb fondue. 

Discover the pleasures of the mountains in Japan

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