A worldly tapas bar, Eat Me serves global cuisine on small plates. Visitors should not take the name of this restaurant and cocktail bar literally, although the food is delicious. The goal is to have diners sample diverse cuisines in bite-sized portions, from street foods to sophisticated dishes from all over the globe. Mainly, traditional dishes have been given a modern spin by reinterpreting them. The menu is organized based on world regions, from the Americas to Asia, the Middle East, Africa, and Europe. Dinner served here satisfies even the most experienced traveler. A crowd-pleaser, The Saint, is a Europen specialty of pan-fried scallops that comes highly recommended. This restaurant is a perfect place to pair a dish with a “culinary cocktail” and tell old travel tales.
The restaurant Anne-Sophie Pic, the brainchild of its namesake chef, has received two Michelin stars and 18/20 Gault & Millau points. This high-end restaurant uses local produce to create dishes with refined textures and sophisticated tastes. The impressive wine cellar offers delectable wines that perfectly complement the food served here. Guests can enjoy meat and seafood delicacies as well as delicious vegetarian varieties from their pleasure lunch menu. The settings will impress you with their sophisticated style, including the tasteful use of shades, the enormous chandelier illuminating the room vibrantly, and the stunning flowers arranged on each table. The expansive patio outdoors, on the other hand, is shaded by a canopy in case it's not too warm outside and is surrounded by a lovely garden.
This Swiss style restaurant is situated in a small forest, north of the city. Being high up, Le Chalet Suisse offers a beautiful view of the city and the mountains below. Decorated with traditional red and white checked curtains and wooden tables, the restaurant has a warm and friendly atmosphere. The menu mainly consists of traditional cheese specialties such as fondues. Different types of cheese fondue offered here makes this place popular with the crowd. However, the menu also includes various meats, fish and salad dishes. Bon appetite!
This old brasserie, with its elegant interiors, is very famous in Lausanne. Cafe Romand is situated in the very center of town, in the Place Saint François. Of all the great typical dishes on offer, the cheese fondues remain the most celebrated. The establishment's clientele is quite varied, one first comes to the Romand as a student, and keeps coming here well into retirement.
One of Lausanne's most popular restaurants, this Italian eatery has lots of character, charm and most importantly, a friendly staff. The place gets busy, although there is no need to book for a family of four or less. Choose to dine indoors or out on the large street terrace, another reason for the restaurant's popularity. The menu consists of all main Italian dishes, and is reasonably priced.
Located on the shoreline of Lake Geneva is the famous Montreux Casino known to host the Montreux Jazz Festival. The casino was rebuilt in 1971 after it was burned down when a fan set the venue ablaze during a Frank Zappa concert, the incident is memorialized in English rock group, Deep Purple's song, "Smoke on the water". The casino has been a popular venue for many great symphony orchestras and renowned conductors. Today the casino serves as an event venue and is home to one of the best contemporary restaurant and bar in Montreux.
Cultivated hospitality and meals for a healthy figure served in a belle époque hall; view of the lake and the mountains.