Discover a world of winter culinary delights at Club Med's resorts. Indulge in diverse cuisines, warm hospitality, and unforgettable dining experiences. After a long day of skiing or mountain activities, enjoy the typical mountain specialties ! With Club Med's all-inclusive formula, all your meals are included in the package. It's the perfect time to discover mountain specialties offered at our French, Italian, and Swiss resorts, as well as Chinese, Japanese, and Canadian delights.

Food specialties around the world

The European Alps


In the pantheon of mountain dishes, fondue is an unmissable classic. From the Savoy region, it's a tasty blend of three cheeses: Emmental, Comté and Beaufort. Gather around the caquelon and plunge in a piece of meat, bread or potato.


With Savoy region so close to Switzerland, it's only natural that another legendary recipe has crossed the border. As convivial as fondue, Savoyard raclette is also a must-try after a snow day. Legend even has it that the first raclette was tasted as early as 1290. Let yourself be seduced by this Savoy cheese*, melted and grilled horizontally using a traditional appliance.


Inspired by a rustic recipe called péla, tartiflette is a little more recent than raclette and fondue. It's made with potatoes, bacon, white wine and the star ingredient, cheese*. While there are now variations on the traditional recipe, such as morbiflette, made with morbier cheese, purists will tell you that tartiflette is made with reblochon cheese from the Thônes valley.



In Japan, the Sahoro Hokkaido Resort awakens your senses at Daichi, with generous buffets featuring international cuisine and Japanese specialties. In our Tomamu Hokkaido resort's restaurant, the traditions of the island of Hokkaido take center stage with nabe, a traditional dish halfway between fondue and pot-au-feu.


In China, gourmets are introduced to the flavors of Gilin province with the Hot Pot, a traditional fondue made from meat, seafood and vegetables, served at the Beidahu Resort's specialty restaurant.


Canadian delicacies

At the Club Med Quebec Charlevoix Resort, our chefs give pride by using forest products in their cuisine. Wild fish, berries and maple syrup desserts are all part of a typically Canadian mountain menu.


At Club Med Quebec Charlevoix you can also taste the region's specialty, called "Poutine". This dish mixes fries with cheese and brown gravy.