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Restaurant recommendations for Lausanne...

Sounds weird, but I don't think I have ever been to Lausanne. It's more of a place I passed on the way to Geneva or the mountains. But that'll change as I am visiting for some conference... I searched through the typical restaurant threads on here, but there seems to be little info about Lausanne. What are the cool restaurants to try out? Not want to spend hundreds, but it does not need to be budget food either... any lunch recommendations either?

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Re: Restaurant recommendations for Lausanne...

Le Bleu Lézard, Le Java, L'Evéché (fondues), Le Vieux Lausanne, Le Café du Raisin (Pl. de la Palud), Le Restaurant du Théâtre, Le Chat Noir, are all good adresses.
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Re: Restaurant recommendations for Lausanne...

Le Pointu is a great cafe for weekend brunches (book online) or weekday lunch and good coffee. Also for afternoon drinks and nibbles. I find decent coffee difficult to find in Lausanne. It's near Rippone M Bejart.

Also opposite Eglise Saint Laurent is a good little 'baguetterie' called Le Charlot if you want to pick up 1/2 or 1/3 baguettes with delicious fillings both hot and cold made fresh.
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