Emmanuel Renaut's three-star Flocons de Sel (flakes of salt), located in Leutaz, brings new meaning to the world of haute cuisine—and, even with the drive out of town, it's an excellent Megève dining option. The nine-course tasting menu is very expensive; however, it offers priceless taste experiences based on simple but carefully selected ingredients—freshwater crayfish, scallops en croute with sea salt, and roast wood pigeon are just a few of the creatively prepared
specialties. The dining room is rustic-simple, allowing the food to take center stage. Surrounded by a series of chalets and much natural splendor, the restaurant now includes six rooms for crawl-away convenience.