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PRICE RANGE
$36 - $179
CUISINES
French, European
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Vegetarian Friendly
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A pleasant and fairly priced restaurant, serving contemporary fare. Fine wines from the Jura – the region to which the establishment heads in the summe...
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One MICHELIN Star: High quality cooking, worth a stop!
Comfortable restaurant
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Reviewed August 3, 2020 via mobile

The atmosphere is awesome and the drinks are really good, but the plastic straws had me disappointed

Date of visit: August 2020
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francoism993, Directeur général at Azimut, responded to this reviewResponded August 4, 2020

Hi, Are you sure that it's in Azimut restaurant , We are closed for summer time and because we have some glass straw. We are only restaurant, not a bar ..

Reviewed July 20, 2019

Fantastic food. Very relaxed atmosphere. Very good service. I had one of the set menus. Absolutely mind blowing. Small restaurant but very cosy.

Date of visit: February 2019
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Reviewed May 7, 2019 via mobile

This restaurant can be an icon of haute cuisine. There is a great number of places with same prices where either the food is too pompous without being tasty or where there is simply too little of it. Azimuth is an absolutely different thing. The...food is delicious, very interesting and beautiful. By writing “interesting” I literally mean it. It is exciting in itself to study the dish, to understand how it was made. What’s more important, not only is the food sophisticated, but it is also very tasty. I can’t recommend anything in particular as every single thing there has its wonderful peculiarities. You won’t miss even if you pick dishes from the menu with your eyes closed. Even the cheese plate that I generally tend to ignore managed to surprise me. I should also mention that all my family was enchanted by the hostess. If you happen to have a desire to talk to a representative of French aristocracy today, then I bet it’s your chance. Her friendliness, care and manners, together with impeccable classical French made our evenings there exceedingly cozy and respectable. What’s most important, while talking to her I felt absolutely safe about what was going to be offered to me. A feeling that I enjoy quite rarely. It is clear that the whole team value their reputation. My best recommendations for this place and my warmest regards to everyone there. Nous serons heureux de revenir et d’amener nos amis! Mes meilleures salutations!More

Date of visit: February 2019
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Reviewed April 11, 2019 via mobile

We occasionally treat ourselves to this hidden treasure! Michelin quality food, served with knowledge and enthusiasm by charming staff. Every course and the amuse bouches were wonderful. Highly recommended.

Date of visit: April 2019
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Reviewed March 29, 2019 via mobile

We loved this restaurant, our expectations were high as we had booked because of glowing reviews and it did not disappoint. Elsa was a wonderful host and the courses flowed from the kitchen with such seeming effortless ease and yet were truly exquisite. I recommend...this restaurant to anyone who loves good, beautifully presented food. We will be back - thanks to Francois Moureaux and his team.More

Date of visit: March 2019
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Reviewed March 24, 2019

Nine of us hugely enjoyed a relaxed and truly excellent dinner. Friendly, attentive but unobtrusive service complemented a memorable meal. We chose the menu decouverte which offered ?seven+ original and delicious courses, skilfully devised and beautifully presented, without a single misfire. Pescatarian alternatives were perfect....3.5 hours later we emerged delighted and comfortably replete. 110 euros a head including wine, and worth it. Wonderful.More

Date of visit: March 2019
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Reviewed March 23, 2019 via mobile

9 of us had a very reasonably priced and quite excellent meal. We went for the decouvert menu and had great fun. Every course was interesting with some unexpected twists. Service was outstanding and friendly. The final bill was just over €110 per head including...wine which for a starred restaurant is hugely good valueMore

Date of visit: March 2019
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Reviewed January 14, 2019

Excellent - well worth a visit. It is a friendly family run restaurant with bags of excellence. Decor could be improved (ceiling tiles) but the overal experience, food and serbice are exemplary.

Date of visit: December 2018
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Reviewed January 2, 2019 via mobile

Driven past this restaurant on many occasions on our way to 1550. Decided to finally give it a go. Why did we wait so long. Great menu, fabulous friendly staff who were attentive but not over bearing as so many are. Great value for a...Michelin starred restaurant. Will definitely be back!More

Date of visit: December 2018
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Reviewed December 31, 2018 via mobile

Well this was a find. In Courchevel you usually go up the mountain to find the good restaurants. Azimut bucks the trend by being lower down the hill in Le Praz. It’s small and completely unassuming in the very best possible way. It’s not family...run but the team running it treat each other like family. The service is super friendly and personable. Attentive without being intrusive and each dish is served in a perfectly orchestrated fashion. We all opted for the set menu as each course looked fabulously tempting. If you watched Masterchef, The Professionals and wanted to experience the standard of preparation, presentation of excellent ingredients beautifully cooked then Azimut is for you. Highlights for us were the beetroot purée, duck, honey ice cream and rice pudding (yes seriously, it’s amazing). At c£65 a head including wine ( and what a wine list) it was a lovely treat. Try the same in 1850 and you’ll pay several times the price.More

Date of visit: December 2018
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