Eighteen months after the closure of Thoumieux in Paris and nine years after leaving the Strato hotel in Courchevel, where he won two Michelin stars, Sylvestre Wahid is back in the prestigious Three Valleys resort. He has just opened the new gastronomic table at the 5-star Les Grandes Alpes 1850. The setting: a perfectly elegant mini-room, staged by Jérôme Bugara and furnished by Tristan Auer, with discreet references to the mountains and snow. The atmosphere: guaranteed intimacy with a maximum of twenty covers, a clearly visible kitchen with rare closeness to the chef. The menu: 7 or 15 courses with the Roscoff crab, a signature dish, and the modern Savoyard tartlet, a recent creation. Great art!