Café de L’Evêché

Brasserie cuisine in a mythical place in Lausanne
One of the city's benchmarks when it comes to cheese fondue. But that’s not all! The menu at l'Evêché also offers delicious pastas, carbonara, bolognese and Alfredo. In addition, there are brasserie dishes such as entrecôte parisienne de boeuf, roast sausage, perch fillets... without forgetting the traditional papet vaudois.

This establishment has been awarded the “ Café historique de Lausanne ” label established by the city of Lausanne in 2021. A café made iconic by its proximity to the Cité’s high school, itself made famous by the book “L’Ogre” (“The Ogre”) by local author Jacques Chessex, Goncourt prize. Practically nothing has changed since 1951. Pettineroli’s paintings have been restored and give the place its character. The shady garden at the back is a popular meeting place on summer days.
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Address

Rue Louis Curtat 4
1005 Lausanne

Contact

+41 21 323 93 23

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Schedules

Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 07:00 - 00:00
Sat 11:30 - 00:00
Sun 12:00 - 00:00
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