This popular Lausanne restaurant serves typically Swiss cuisine in a mountain setting. Fondue and raclette - served on a “as much as you can eat” basis - are its specialties. The authentic chalet offers a stunning view of Lausanne, Lake Geneva and the Alps. Its location between Sauvabelin forest and Parc de l’Hermitage invites you to take a walk out in the green or visit an exhibition at Fondation de l’Hermitage.
The banquets with traditional entertainment are ideal for private and business events for groups up to 300.
This establishment has been awarded the “ Café historique de Lausanne ” label established by the city of Lausanne in 2021. Establishment opened in Lausanne for the 1964 National Exhibition. It was built six years earlier, for the Brussels World Exhibition. The building was designed according to the image of the “Swiss Chalet”, an architectural typology that is preserved since the end of the 19th century in the Signal and Sauvabelin area above the town. Panoramic terrace.