Aïnata at K2 Altitude

Lebanon plays a key part in the history of the Mediterranean, and its culinary traditions are among the most captivating in this part of the world. Featuring both sun-drenched coastlines and rugged mountains, Lebanon is a crossroads linking East and West, a fusion of European culture and Middle Eastern influences.  

Aïnata

  • Lebanese-inspired restaurant
  • Open 7 days a week
  • Valet parking
  • Disabled access
  • Panoramic view over the mountains and ski slopes

A wealth of influences

Lebanese cuisine reflects the rich experiences only travel can offer – a complexity born of diverse influences and the interplay of human histories.

It combines the fruits of the mountains with those of the sea, melding them with the influences of the peoples who have crossed this land over the centuries.

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Light and colour

With its fusion flavours and vibrant colours, traditional Lebanese food, along with its more modern interpretations, is a perfect reflection of the country: warm, bright and inviting.