One of the best days of our holiday was when our friends took us to an amazing hidden gem of a restaurant called La Bouitte. This was us on our way through the slopes of Courchevel and Meribel.
This is what the view looked like on our arrival. Not bad.
The place was pretty inside too.
We were first served some oysters. Not me though, they're one of the very rare foods that I don't like. Unfortunately. I'd like to like them!
They then brought us some different types of breads.
To be enjoyed with different types of butters.
Some amuse-bouche before starters. All delicious, none of which I can remember what it actually was!
Then onto starters. Some delicious foie gras with polenta.
To-die-for snails in a green sauce that was also to-die-for.
My main of chicken with poached potato. Unreal.
The cheese to choose from... I always go for the creamy, salty, runny ones.
A few cows for dessert.
And a few little cakes disguised as macaroons. Fine dining at its very best even if you're like me and not really that keen on fine dining.
We were in no rush after our lunch.
Such a stinking habit... Yet looks pretty cool!
They gave us some hats to wear. They were big enough for some heads.
Nearly there for some.
And nowhere near for some.
We had some Pedro Jimenez, which tasted lovely.
It also made our jokes really funny.
Time to go home! What a special lunch. One that I wish to repeat one day and would recommend to anyone holidaying near enough.