Join Your Six Favourite Chefs For Alpine Chalet Banquets This Winter

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Is it a chef? This winter, join six of the world’s finest chefs as they fly in to the Alps for incredible private chalet dinners


Forget what you know about traditional ski food. Firefly Collection is elevating chalet dining this season with an exciting ‘Flying Chef’ deluxe culinary experience, available at a selection of their luxury addresses in the Alps.

Chalet Lievre Blanc

Six highly-acclaimed chefs, including Monica Galetti and Pierre Koffmann, will be cooking up bespoke gourmet dinners for up to 12 guests.

Chalet Face

It’ll set you back £14,000, but the hefty price tag will be worth it. The six chefs will jet in to conjure an incredible culinary evening to their exacting personal preferences, whether that be a resolutely French affair or with a haute couture edge. 

Chalet Husky

Shred the slopes all day and then retire to Firefly Collection’s lavish abode for a night of pure edible enchantment – what could be better?

The full lineup includes:


1 Monica Galetti

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After 12 years as senior sous-chef at La Gavroche, Monica opened her Mere restaurant in London to high acclaim in 2017. Her influences include her French and Polynesian heritage.

2 Alyn Williams

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A former ski and snowboard instructor and National Chef of the Year 2012, Alyn celebrates ‘micro-seasons’ in his menus at The Westbury in London’s Mayfair, reflecting the ever-so-subtle week by week changes in ingredients.

3 Andrew Wong

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His London restaurant A. Wong received its first Michelin star in 2017, combining exciting and new tastes and flavours from China with fine dining experiences, reflecting his classical training.

4 Mauro Colagreco

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Mauro is an Argentine chef at the two-Michelin star restaurant Mirazur in Menton, France which was elected third best restaurant in the world in The World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2018.

5 Pierre Koffmann

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Pierre’s London restaurant La Tante Claire was eponymous with stylish dining for decades and wreathed with three Michelin stars. He presents a subtle Gascon style he has favoured since he closed Koffman’s at The Berkeley at the end of 2016.

6 Sat Bains 

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Meet the award-winning chef proprietor of the two-Michelin star Restaurant Sat Bains with Rooms in Nottingham, where diners revel in the Modern British and tasting menus.

Hungry for more?
Flying Chefs are available at four Firefly Collection chalets in Val d’Isere: Chalet Husky(sleeps 14 guests from £30,000 per week); Chalet Face (sleeps 10 guests from £18,800 per week); Chalet Shar-Pei (sleeps £16,900 per week); and Chalet Lievre Blanc (sleeps up to eight from £12,400 per week).

For bookings, visit www.firefly-collection.com or phone 0203 432 7784.

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