Monday, March 17, 2014

Albert 1er | Chamonix


Luxury (two Michelin star) dining in Chamonix, France at Restaurante Albert 1er was one for the books. Yes, it was a splurge in comparison to your standard meal in Cham, but for a michelin starred experience, all of it simply exceptional, the six of us who ventured here considered it a reasonable one. (It was 156 euros each, and this included two bottles of wine, one was a magnum bottle.) All of us would highly recommend it.

 Robert Blanc green asparagus with black truffle, green herb pasta and parmesan
Foie Gras de Canard two ways | sautĂ©ed with mango et passion fruit caramel (pictured) | “ballotine” with quince jelly and apple chutney (unpictured)
Grilled Saint-Jacques scallops with a fennel and green apple slaw
"Perle de la Dombes" duck lacquered in an orange crust, with stewed leg, almond, coriander and lemon preserve, and chickpea fritters.
Cheese Trolley | choice of fresh and mature French and Italian cheeses
Dessert Trolley | pastries, cakes, homemade sorbets and ice cream
Warm green Charteruse soufflé with homemade Chartreuse ice cream
(Unbelievable. Hands down the best souffle I have ever tasted.) 
Petit Fours, chocolates and caramels

38 rue du Bouchet 
Chamonix Mont Blanc, France 77400

6 comments:

  1. Wow quite a meal what was after the chick pea frites.xoxo

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  2. what an experience! and surprisingly not over the top expensive- i'll keep it in mind in case I ever get there :)

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  3. What an amazing experience! those desserts look to die for! Definitely pricey, but when you include that much wine - its not horrible ;)

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  4. That duck! Wow. What an experience!

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  5. Is there anything better than a cheese plate?

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