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La Table d'Edgard is filled with an array of colors and aromas. This gourmet restaurant located in the Lausanne Palace & Spa mixes the old and the new, in terms of decor. During the summer, there is a terrace where one can enjoy their food outside. One can reserve tables with views over the kitchen, sheltered of course by glass panes. The food is of a local variety with a certain French twist, be it Mediterranean or from Brittany, although dishes are diverse. There is also a wide variety of fish dishes and desserts to tempt those taste buds!
Anne-Sophie Pic restaurant, the vision of its namesake chef, holds the distinction of being a Michelin star awarded restaurant. This high end restaurant makes use of local produce to create dishes that are more complex and contemporary than we can imagine, still staying true to its Swiss roots. Open for lunch and dinner, the restaurant has a fixed set of menus for one to choose from, consisting of dishes such as Guanaja chocolate, slow cooked sole, Sobacha shellfish, blue lobster, and a lot more. The wines complement the dishes perfectly, while the staff is truly professional. The prices are quite steep, but well worth the experience.
Restaurant de l'Hotel de Ville (Crissier) is one of the famous restaurants in Switzerland. It's menu can best be described as personalized cuisine, one that adapts itself to the seasons with unique specialties. Set in the old town of Crissier it takes on a traditional atmosphere while being modern at the same time. A restaurant where subtle and efficient service is of utmost importance. Dishes vary, however most are influenced by French cuisine, such as frogs' legs and foie gras. A most wonderful experience and a must for any gourmet.
On the outskirts of Lausanne is the charming village of Cossonay where Restaurant du Cerf is located. The dining room, with its wood ceiling and stone archways, is magnificent. The real beauty however is in the dishes as well as the creative chef Carlo Crisci's presentation. The result is that one eats beautifully arranged, delicious food, presented on extraordinary dishes.
Le Pont de Brent restaurant welcomes guests from all over the world. It has developed a reputation for being one of the best in Switzerland. Situated above Montreux in a warm and welcoming setting, Gérard Rabaey and his wife receive their guests personally and treat their palates to refined cuisine. They primarily use local produce and seafood comes from south of France. There are set business lunches at very reasonable prices. It takes about 20 minutes to get to Montreux by car or by train. Worth the trip for certain.