Lausanne restaurants

Top Choice Burgers in Lausanne

Holy Cow

Holy Cow is a Lausanne success story, with branches in Geneva, Zürich and France. Its burgers (beef, chicken or vegie) feature local ingredients, creative toppings and witty names. Grab an artisanal beer, sit at a s…
Top Choice Tapas in Lausanne

Eat Me

This fun, immensely popular and downright delicious resto-bar is all about global tapas, basically, with everything from baby burgers (sliders) to electric 'sashimiviche' (Sichuan sashimi à la ceviche!) and shrimp l…
Cafe in Lausanne

Le Pointu

Lodged in a turreted belle-époque building on a street corner, this cafe-restaurant is a talking point, with its boho-flavoured vibe, green ceiling lit by bare bulbs, beautiful tilework and vintage-style furniture. …
Modern European in Lausanne

Eligo

With a name from the Latin meaning ‘to choose’, this glamorous establishment replete with chic concrete-and-wood interior and Chef Guillaume Raineix at the helm, keeps it simple with a judicious menu grounded in loc…
Modern European in Lausanne

Café de Grancy

This place just to the south of the train station has sink-into-me lounges at the front for drinking, and creative cuisine for hip dining further back. An unbeatable value pâte du jour (pasta of the day) served with…
Modern European in Lausanne

Café St-Pierre

The fact that every table is snapped up by noon while friendly waiters zip between tables and that the telephone is constantly ringing says it all – this hip cafe-bar buzzes! Its interior is contemporary and relaxed…
Chinese in Lausanne

Au Canard Pekinois

Authentic Hong Kong–style Cantonese cuisine is order of the day at this restaurant named after their eponymous speciality 'Peking Duck': if you're a fan of that dish, you'd better make your way here fast. Other favo…
Burgers in Lausanne

Holy Cow

The biggest branch of the local burger chain. Holy Cow is a Lausanne success story, with branches in Geneva, Zürich and France. Its burgers (beef, chicken or vegie) feature local ingredients, creative toppings and w…
Swiss in Lausanne

Café Romand

Tucked away in an unpromising-looking arcade, this Lausanne legend dating to 1951 is a welcome blast from the past. Locals pour into the broad, somewhat sombre dining area filled with timber tables to revel in fondu…
Indian in Lausanne

Zayeka

Out by the University of Lausanne, this student favourite is known for its great service, wide range of traditional Indian cooking (all your favourites) and for readily catering to the needs of vegetarians.