Well-located café-restaurant with a varied menu and good daily lunch deal.
Right in the centre of town opposite the Town Hall, this place has an enviable location most people will encounter during the course of a mooch about town. It therefore attracts hordes for lunch and perhaps explains the rather world-weary and harried attitude to service which is hardly customer-orientated. But if you can get past that (after all, it’s hardly alone among Swiss restaurants in this), Le Raisin is well worth a stop off whether for coffee, lunch or an evening meal. The large menu comprises steak tartar, pizzas, pasta, fish and meat dishes and local ‘la chasse’ dishes in hunting season. Particularly of note are the copious salads (choose the duck and foie gras one if you’re feeling decadent) and the competitively-priced daily menu which attracts local office workers most days. As well as the attractive dining room you can eat outside on the pretty cobbled Place de la Palud.
|Venue name:||Hôtel Restaurant Le Raisin|
Place de la Palud 19
|Opening hours:||7am-11.30pm Mon-Sat|
|Price:||Main courses CHF20-30|