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We had lunch at this local hotel restaurant in autumn last year. It is one of several restaurants in the Lausanne area that has been awarded at least one Michelin star.


The chef M. Edgard Bovier was very friendly and came out of the kitchen to chat with the patrons, including us, in French and English.


We had the three-courses set lunch (at least one other option is available per course) and it was good. Sue had the Loup de mer with the scent of bouillabaise, fennel heart fondant and tomato confit (pardon our translation of the menu into English).


I had the oven-cooked lamb shoulder, grilled aubergine and condiments Sicilien.


The dessert looked very attractive when the sun filled the dining room with light.


The dessert consisted of pineapple ravioli, white cheese with lime, sable breton and pina colada sorbet. Decorated by mini aloe (with pink spikes).


Half the dining room has a view of Lac Leman just down the hill – it was too foggy to see the lake and the Alps in this photo.


The sun was coming in and out.


This restaurant is recommendable. Here’s their website. We would return for dinner one of these evenings.

The other Michelin-star restaurant we visited a while back was Ann-Sophie Pic’s restaurant in the Hotel Beau Rivage. We did not enjoy that meal and wrote about it in an earlier post here.


One Comment

  1. Very nice.

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