Renowned Michelin-starred Chef Anne-Sophie Pic has collaborated with Four Seasons Hotel Megève for an exciting fine dining experience in the heart of the French Alps.
For those heading to the peaks of Mont d’Arbois, France this winter, don’t miss a visit to Four Seasons Hotel Megève’s new fine dining collaboration with renowned Michelin-starred Chef Anne-Sophie Pic. Treating guests to locally-sourced, traditional French cuisine, “La Dame de Pic – Le 1920” is a brand new culinary experience designed to showcase nature and the outstanding quality of the region’s gourmet delights. The incredible three-star chef will offer foodies a taste of her sublime talent when the doors to five-star Four Seasons Hotel Megève reopen this December.
The restaurant’s name pays homage to the historical arrival of Noémie de Rothschild in Megève a century ago, while honouring the newfound collaboration between Chef Anne-Sophie Pic and Ariane de Rothschild, who both share an appreciation for the beauty and authenticity of the quaint mountain village. “Looking at the evolution of the Mont d’Arbois, a collaboration with Anne-Sophie Pic felt very natural,” says Ariane de Rothschild. “I have great admiration for female chefs who make a name for themselves and fully express their culinary identity in a very demanding environment. I am particularly happy to welcome Chef Anne-Sophie Pic to the beautiful setting of Le 1920.”
At the heart of this alpine dining outpost is a connection to nature and an aim to spotlight the local producers behind the region’s gourmet delights. Diners are invited to explore the dining establishment’s commitment to showcasing local flavours on a global stage.
For Chef Anne-Sophie Pic, her latest opening symbolises edible escapism: “To me, Megève has always been synonymous with escape. Over the past few years, I have discovered a truly inspiring terroir here. Four Seasons is a remarkably unique place to further enhance this terroir”.
When it comes to the menu, Anne-Sophie Pic will draw her inspiration from La Ferme des Trente Arpents, owned by the Edmond de Rothschild family in the heart of the Briard region, famed for its cheeses, honey, terrines, and olive oils.