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This down-to-earth English-style pub is filled to the brim during soccer and rugby match days, and has become massively popular with Anglophiles and British expats. The place is well-stocked with beers on tap, and graced with a large garden and outdoor seating area that recalls a beer garden. The menu is full of items that pair well with a swig of decent beer, but is dominated by burgers. First-timers often return for the house burger specialties, which are cleverly named: The Rolls Royce, Chicken Butterfly Miso, and King Henry IV are ruled by the Great Beefburger.
King Size Pub is one of Lausanne’s few true English pubs, and known locally as a “super-sized” bar. Nowhere is this most evident than in the pub’s collection of draught and bottled beers from all over the world. Although the pub is in many ways a classic English establishment, it mixes cultures a bit by offering Italian coffee, British tea, and hosting New Orleans and Dallas-born piano duels, where singers and players perform songs chosen by the public. Soccer, rugby, and basketball matches are often played on the pub’s large screen television. A large terrace is perfect for summer nights, while a fireplace inside keeps patrons warm during colder seasons.
Located on the Place du Tunnel in central Lausanne, this brasserie is famous for brewing its own beer and selling pizzas until early in the morning on weekends. Having a warm atmosphere, at night this place is normally packed. The lower floor concentrates more on the food side of the business and this is where the beer is brewed, while the second floor houses a large bar and a seating area. An ideal place to relax and chill out with friends, this place is definitely worth a visit