4.5 based on 378 reviews
Ate here at the recommendation of our hotel's concierge. A great recommendation!
We ate three different types of Risotto (lemon shrimp, tomato shrimp and truffles). All three were absolutely incredible (the consensus was that the tomato shrimp was the best).
Starters were good and so were desserts but the Risottos were definitely in a separate league.
Service was excellent although a bit slow (apparently they cook everything fresh so it takes time).
Totally worth the price. Go!
4.5 based on 212 reviews
Ordered food after a night out of jazz on in Cully. This is the worst restaurant that I have ever been , Staff is really rude and the foos is not good
Price are really expensive , In the middle of the Jazz Festival, we ate there and the serivce was so terrible. bad orders, and expensive wines.. Everybody complain about the staff in this place..
Very bad experience in this place
4.5 based on 175 reviews
Nice local food, friendly staff, good selection of wines. As an addition very cozy and with a nice touch. Price range in the evening is o.k.; somewhere between mid-range and fine dining experience. Certainly a place to revisit next time being in Lausanne.
4 based on 321 reviews
Without question the filet de Perche is the freshest and prepared perfectly always, and includes delicious fries.
The restaurant always starts with a lovely fresh small green salad.
We finish with the chocolate mousse, delicious! And a very good coffee ice cream.
This was our fifth time here, over four years. The table on the Terrace overlooking the harbor is delightful.
And the service is warm, and prompt.
We will return again and again, definitely a favorite.
4.5 based on 256 reviews
Small menu focusing on salads and fresh vegetables but overall the meal we enjoyed was quite average. The starters were OK but the steak was somewhat tough with some stringy bits - not what we were expecting. The tarte tatin to finish the meal was OK but to be truthful nothing special. The restaurant was quite busy so obviously some clients were happy with the food. The level of service was fine but I doubt very much if we will be returning. Pricing is pretty fair but the steak was overpriced based on its quality and it was apparently sourced in South America. OK to summarise but really nothing special.
4 based on 246 reviews
This is one step above you average Italian. Besides the classicals there is a gourmet menu with a number of high quality (and price unfortunately) products like truffle or slipper lobsters that are excellent. Nothing like refined starred cuisine but just traditional recipes with a plus. Delicious. Service is efficient. Location is perfect in the center of the village. A good address.
4 based on 272 reviews
Outside on the Terrace is where to be and Reservations are best in the evening. The food is generally good but not particularly exciting - plenty of options on the menu but the principal favourite are the filets de perche. If they come from the Lac Leman then on the menu they are allowed to state that and if not they can come from just about anywhere. We personally found them somewhat dry but enjoyed our meal nevertheless. There are other options but we would recommend that you order fish of some kind. Service is OK but when the restaurant is really busy then you may need some patience. All in all no real complaints but there are probably other local restaurants where the filets de perche may be better. Sitting outside just by the lake is always an enjoyable experience.
4 based on 80 reviews
La Buvette is such a cool place if you want to have great food and enjoy one of the most beautiful beach around the Geneva Lake! Selfservice, but great meals! You won't be desapointed! I go there every summer and was always very happy!!
4.5 based on 466 reviews
The Beau-Rivage Palace has placed Anne-Sophie Pic at the helm of the kitchens of its fine-dining restaurant. While continuing to preside over her restaurant in Valence (France), the three star Michelin chef has entrusted the realisation of her creations to Kevin Gatin. The restaurant has been awarded two stars in the Michelin guide and 18/20 in the Gault Millau.
Along with my partner we decided to try out our first 2-star Michelin restaurant in Switzerland for celebrating our first year together and couldn't be more satisfied of that choice.
We both had the 'Emotion' menus but of different kinds (Turbot and the other which unfortunately I don't recall the name... ).
The main surprise for me was the full table of fresh and aged cheeses. The staff did a fine job of explaining in which order they should be served and briefly describing the flavor of each.
To conclude this (very) short review, we were very impressed by the service, food and location. Certainly worth going back.
4.5 based on 193 reviews
he Auberge de la Gare is ideally situated at the heart of the vineyards of Lavaux and enjoys a panoramic view over Lake Geneva. The Lavaux Vineyard Terraces have been included in the UNESCO World Heritage List since 2007, in recognition of their cultural and natural value. The Auberge is ideally suited for both business and leisure stays. Parking is available at the front of the Auberge.The restaurant and café, which extends onto a large Terrace with views over Lake Geneva, serves local cuisine, including the regional specialties of “filets de perche” and beef tartare. The menu is regularly updated to reflect the season’s produce. You will find our restaurant in the Guide Gault and Millau, Michelin as well as the Swiss Guild of Restaurateurs.Please note that our restaurant is closed on Sunday and Monday, and we strongly recommend that you reserve in advance so as not to be disappointed. We serve breakfast 7 days a week to our guests.
Great food, nice homey ambiance. We enjoyed our dinner there with friends. Food quality was excellent everything felt fresh and of high quality.
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