Taste My Swiss City

A journey of culinary discovery, recommended by local experts.

The starter, the main course and the dessert are served in 3 different locations in the heart of the city, all recommended by local experts. Choose your culinary experience and indulge your senses !


You can decide yourself in which order you want to visit these locations - just keep an eye on the opening hours !

Offer valid from 01 July 2022 to 31 December 2022

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Taste My Swiss City is about:

Creating your own culinary journey

Discover 3 trendy places of gastronomy

A feast for your taste buds

Only 65 chf
A journey of culinary discovery, recommended by local experts.

The starter, the main course and the dessert are served in 3 different locations in the heart of the city, all recommended by local experts. Choose your culinary experience and indulge your senses !


You can decide yourself in which order you want to visit these locations - just keep an eye on the opening hours !

Offer valid from 01 July 2022 to 31 December 2022
Taste My Swiss City

How it works

I enjoy a lunch at Bleu Lézard restaurant which will be served between 11:45 a.m and 2:00 p.m.
I then choose the itinery built up around the main dish and the order of my choice.

Our suggestion :

Why not start with the main dish at the Bleu-Lézard for lunch. Continue during the afternoon with an afternoon tea break at Melazic’s boutique, with some mini-cupcakes and a Lemoncha-drink. And finish your culinary tour with a ‘planchette’ on the wonderful terrace at the Brasserie de Montbenon enjoying the sunset.

Opening hours:

The main dish at the Bleu Lézard from 11.45 am to 2 pm.

The ‘planchette’ served with a glass of wine or soft drink at the Brasserie de Montbenon from 11 am to 10.30 pm. From Monday 4th to Sunday 17th July included, the Brasserie de Montbenon will be opened between 3 pm to 10.30 pm.

Dessert take away : 2 mini-cupcakes and a Lemoncha-drink (hot or cold) from Monday to Friday 1 pm to 6.30 pm and Saturdays from 1 pm to 6 pm.

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