First off - the price - a couple of your previous reviewers mentioned that the restaurant is expensive - well it is compared to a lot of places, but in Courchevel there is a premium for everything and La Soucoupe is actually pretty reasonable for the area.
I have been maybe a dozen times over the past 5 years and it has never failed to impress. The menu is simple and hearty - starters include things like Iberian ham (the owner is Spanish) Oysters, smoked salmon. Most of the entrees are flame grilled in front of you on huge traditional wood burning stoves which add huge amounts of atmosphere, warmth and delicious smells!
The room has the most amazing views across the valley to the altiport and the both of the outside terraces have views to die for, but I always choose to dine inside because the rooms ( one upstairs which is more intimate) are so full of character.
Wine list is reasonably comprehensive and average value for the mountains - as is commonplace they have many nice wines from Bordeaux that aren't from the best vintages and are almost universally too young. There is some value to be found for the persistent drinker though!
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