Neuchâtel restaurants

Top Choice Gastronomy in Neuchâtel

La Maison du Prussien

This one-time brewery-cum-country-manor is now a boutique hotel-restaurant enclosed by woods and in earshot of the impetuous babbling of a nearby brook. Dining is a grand affair in both its smart-casual bistro and f…
Top Choice Italian in Neuchâtel

Famiglia Leccese

Never was there a slice of Italy – Lecce in southern Italy to be precise – outside of the country as authentic as this earthy, friendly, brilliant and bellissimo Italian-run joint. It’s tucked out of the way: look f…
Top Choice Bistro in Neuchâtel

Bistrot du Concert

A solid all-round address (and probably the most popular in town, to boot), this charismatic industrial-styled bar has a soulful spirit, vintage zinc bar, packed-out pavement terrace, and tasty menu chalked on the b…
Bistro in Neuchâtel

Au Quai du Port

If you want to be by the water's edge, this port-side address is top choice. Cuisine is brasserie-simple and crowd-friendly – think burgers, steak tartare etc – and on grotty weather days, Le Quai (as it's known loc…
French in Neuchâtel

Hôtel DuPeyrou

DuPeyrou presides like a mini-Versailles over manicured gardens, somewhat incongruously in the town centre. Built between 1765 and 1770, it regales with gastronomic dining in an 18th-century ambience. Its leafy-gree…
Cafe in Neuchâtel


Perfectly placed in the Old Town shade of Fontaine du Banneret, this green-thinking cafe cooks up healthy salads, quiches and tarts – ideal for lunch or a thirst-quencher after hiking up to the chateau and down agai…
French in Neuchâtel

Restaurant La Crêperie

In the heart of the Old Town, this busy little cafe dishes out delicious, light, sweet and savoury crepes, with a wonderful outlook. Excellent value.
Cafe in Neuchâtel

Café des Arts

Contemporary and stylish, with a well-deserved reputation, this is a lovely spot for Asian- and Meditteranean-influenced modern fare.