Its name “Café Mozart” owes nothing to chance as it’s located on the top floor of the music conservatory, a stone’s throw from the Lausanne Opera. In a friendly setting that recalls a Parisian brasserie, you’ll savour dishes made from fresh products. On the menu: salad with warm goat cheese and honey, beef tartare, sea bream ceviche with lime or perch filets “à la meunière” (pan-fried with butter).
This establishment has been awarded the “ Café historique de Lausanne ” label established by the city of Lausanne in 2021. This new creation was conceived in the spirit of Parisian bistros of the 1900s. The establishment is located on the highest floor of the former “Shopping Galleries ” dating from 1909, since then transformed into the Conservatory of Music (hence the name Café Mozart). The Place Saint-François is right nearby, but we are far away from its hustle and bustle here, in a cosy atmosphere.