gastronomy |gaˈstränəmē|
the practice or art of choosing, cooking, and eating good food.

At the Hidden Dragon chalet, we believe the old adage "You are what you eat".  Therefore, our cooking is nutritious, energizing, healthy and delicious. 

Hidden Dragon’s private chef will prepare hearty breakfasts, teatime treats, evening feasts and irresistible petit fours to satisfy the hungriest of appetites, perfect for ski and summer guests alike.  Due to the founders' Eurasian heritage, the catered cuisine embraces an Asian-fusion style, combining the Japanese philosophy of letting good ingredients speak for themselves and classical French cooking techniques.

For lunch, guests are encouraged to experience the fine alpine cuisine on offer in the plethora of excellent mountain restaurants throughout the 4 Valley region…. But if a guest prefers a luxury lunch curled up in front of the roaring fire or a picnic under a fir tree in the forest, Chef will of course be delighted to accommodate!


An emphasis is placed on using the finest produce, and where possible using seasonal ingredients sourced from ethical and local suppliers.  Luckily, the Valais canton in Switzerland is famed for its array of exceptional dairy produce, cured meats, fruit trees, vineyards, and highly prized Val d’Herens beef.


Please note, all meals can be adapted to any dietary requirement.  Children’s and baby meals can also be catered for according to parent’s wishes.


In order to ensure the most contented of stomachs, menus will be discussed with guests pre-holiday.

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"The ultimate ski-in, ski-out luxury!"

Tiffany Buirski.
Resident March 2010

"A stunning, secluded, stimulating environment"

George Juer.
Resident April 2009

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Lets face it, to be truly fit, lean and to get the most enjoyment from your skiing it takes a bit of hard work and preparation. Now that your legs are strong (from all your squats) and your joints are mobile (from all your flexibility), you feel powerful (from all your kettlebell swinging)… You can run!