Located on the Place du Tunnel, a few steps from the Riponne and the Cité, the Lausanne-Moudon restaurant is a brasserie that has long been part of Lausanne’s culinary tradition.
The restaurant le Lausanne-Moudon in Lausanne owes its name to the old tram line that linked the two cities until 1962. The restaurant’s menu offers a short menu of brasserie cuisine where the marrow bone has always had its reserved place. Modernity obliges, some vegetarian dishes have made their appearance. The wine list offers a mix of Swiss and French wine makers with a small selection of wines by the glass. On sunny days, a terrace in front of the restaurant allows you to eat while enjoying the sunshine.