Flocons de Sel, Megeve, France – Sitting on the outskirts of France's Megeve, near Mont Blanc, Flocons de Sel won its third Michelin star in 2012.
Flocons de Sel, Megeve, France – The tasting menu at Flocons de Sel, dubbed "Randonee en Montagne," takes diners on a virtual ramble out into the garden and up onto the Alps.
Flocons de Sel, Megeve, France – Flocons de Sel's chef Emmanuel Penault puts a creative twist on regional specialties -- this deer filets paired with blueberry and shallot puree, for example.
La Bouitte, St. Marcel, France – At La Bouitte, father-and-son team Rene Meilleur and Maxime Meilleur take inspiration from the terroir of the valleys, lakes and mountains of France's St. Marcel.
La Bouitte, St. Marcel, France – Foie gras on a sweetcorn pancake with St. Marcel honey and balsamic vinegar is a must-try signature item at La Bouitte.
St. Hubertus, San Cassiano, Italy – The epicenter of San Cassiano, the foodie capital of Italy's Dolomites, St. Hubertus restaurant strives to dish out elegant local cuisine.
St. Hubertus, San Cassiano, Italy – This is part of the "Dolomites Welcome" set at the two-Michelin-starred St. Hubertus.
Chez Vrony, Zermatt, Switzerland – At Chez Vrony, in Switzerland's Zermatt, hosts Vrony and Max Cotting-Julen insist on the best organic local ingredients, with animals fed on alpine grass and recipes passed down from generation to generation.
Hospiz Alm restaurant, St Christoph, Austria – Hospiz Alm restaurant also boasts a top-notch wine cellar, housing precious vintages in large bottles.
Chabichou, Courchevel, France – Chabichou stands out from the rest in the Michelin-star studded Courchevel district of France.
Chabichou, Courchevel, France – The decor at Chabichou is elegant and the cooking refined.
L'Atelier d'Edmond, Val d'Isère, France – Chef Benoit Vidal's cooking is a nod to the old Savoyard ways, infused with Mediterranean style.
La Marmite, St. Moritz, Switzerland – Named after the traditional cooking pot, La Marmite is a bold yellow cube atop Switzerland's St. Moritz.
La Marmite, St. Moritz, Switzerland – La Marmite is famous for its caviar and truffle-inspired fine dining experience. Truffle pizza and beef carpaccio with truffles Robespierre are some of the signatures.
Chez Vrony, Zermatt, Switzerland – Originally a simple farmhouse on the slopes of Zermatt, Chez Vrony has become a prized table for gourmet skiers.
Hospiz Alm restaurant, St Christoph, Austria – The Hospiz Alm restaurant in Austria's St. Christoph doesn't just offer reliably good food, its sunny terrace and toasty tables around the fire indoor make it a cozy destination regardless of the weather.