Michelin-starred chef joins Powder N Shine ski breaks

Thursday, 25 August 2011 9:41 AM

Want gourmet food after a long, hard day on the slopes? A chef with a stunning CV, featuring stints at The Fat Duck, The Waterside Inn and The Ritz, has joined the Powder N Shine ski team. Brendan Pratt will be based in Le Charmois, at a new chalet that offers couples, groups, families and individuals a distinctly personal and rustic Alpine skiing experience.

Chalet owners Francesca Smith and Steve Pangli who started their business Powder N Shine last season.

Mr Pratt is a new addition to the team. He has won Young Chef of the Year 2009 among others. Brendan will be Head Chef in Le Chamois and Francesca will continue being Head Chef in Flocon des Neiges after some excellent reviews on her food.

The fully catered chalet sleeps 18, has a large communal living and dining area, with a beautiful central fireplace that guests can enjoy.

Following a full breakfast and an energetic day on the slopes, guests will be greeted back at the chalet with freshly baked cakes and treats before relieving their aches and pains in the chalet’s sauna and hot tub.

Each evening, a freshly prepared four-course evening meal will be served in the dining room, complimented with local wines. 

Powder N Shine are currently offering free transfers to whole chalet bookings only as a special offer if you book before December 1st.

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