Lausanne à Table I Événements gourmands de mai à décembre

Lausanne à Table propose plus de 30 événements gourmands, festifs et décalés de mai à décembre !

Bruncher à Lausanne 

Kick back at a great table and enjoy the weekend to the fullest! We recommend these 10 locations for brunch in Lausanne. For classic, Lebanese, American, or even vegetarian brunch, there is something for everyone! Whether you’re a fan of hearty breakfasts or a fan of sleeping in, take the time to start your day off right by trying these Lausanne brunches.

Café de Prélaz

At Café de Prélaz, the generosity of the dishes is accompanied by particular attention to food allergies and intolerances. For an original experience, the café offers you a Mediterranean touch across a varied menu. Choose between the classic dish, featuring a famous avocado toast or the traditional croque madame, and the eastern menu, to discover the flavors of çilbir, a refined Turkish dish based on poached eggs and yogurt.

Café de Prélaz, Avenue de Morges 141, 1004 Lausanne, Mon-Sun 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Keyann Café Libanais

Discover a unique Lebanese brunch, where authentic dishes will transport you directly to the heart of the Middle East. On the menu, Fatté, Foul, Hummus, Salata, Chorba, and many other surprises which honor the restaurant’s slogan: “put color and sunshine on your plates!” Everything is homemade, and new creations regularly added to the menu guarantee a culinary experience that is always surprising and varied.

Keyann Café Libanais, Avenue du Léman 79, 1005 Lausanne, Sun 11 a.m. to 2:45 p.m.


Let yourself be seduced by the Bluebird Breakfast combo, which comes with fried eggs, beans, chipolatas, baked potatoes and many other delights. Fans of sweets will find what they are looking for in the pancakes, (chocolate and apple flavor), or in the Sweet Breakfast formula, composed of Greek yogurt, fresh fruit and crispy granola. Whether you are a fan of savory or sweet flavors, the Bluebird Café will welcome you for a brunch worthy of the name!

Bluebird café, Bluebird café, Rue Centrale 29, 1003 Lausanne, Sat-Sun 10am to 3pm

Le Pointu

Awarded “Best Brunch in Swiss Romande” by Gault&Millau, Le Pointu proudly welcomes you to enjoy a rich and varied menu every weekend. Eggs Benedict, chickpeas, a curry & mango bowl, pancakes, French toast, bread from the Bread Store bakery… You’re sure to find what you’re looking for! For those celebrating, a mimosa cocktail, an early gin, or a Pointu piña will bring a few bubbles of joy to this gourmet moment. 

Le Pointu, Rue Neuve 2, 1003 Lausanne, Saturday-Sun 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Le Nabi

With a large all-you-can-eat buffet that will delight all gourmands, Nabi offers a feast of savory and sweet dishes. Brunch highlights local delicacies with artisanal cheeses and charcuterie, and cold drinks served in jars or hot drinks accompanied by bread, pastries and seasonal fruits. After your meal, enjoy a digestive stroll by visiting the permanent collection of the Museum of Fine Arts for free!

Le Nabi, Place de la Gare 16, Plateforme 10, 1003 Lausanne, Sunday 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Le Beau-Rivage Palace

The Sunday brunch at Beau-Rivage offers a large buffet of hot and cold dishes, made up of local and seasonal products. Inspired by culinary traditions from five continents, discover diverse dishes rich in flavors that will take you on a journey to the four corners of the world! A Sunday meeting for epicureans, this culinary experience promises to satisfy the most demanding palates in a warm and refined atmosphere.

Le Beau-Rivage Palace, Chemin de Beau-Rivage 21, 1006 Lausanne, Su 12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Eastside Pully

Experience a gourmet moment that draws its inspiration directly from New York restaurants. Choose from a selection of essential pastries: cinnamon rolls, scones, or brownies. And if you’re more of a savory fan, the Eastside Special Benedict Egg with its melted gruyere and creamy Hollandaise sauce should please you. To finish in the spirit of friendship, why not opt ​​for the box of donuts to share?

East Side Pully, Avenue Général-Guisan 4, 1009 Pully, Saturday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Sunday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.


In the magnificent setting of the Parc de l’Hermitage, L’Esquisse offers you a classic and authentic menu. Opt for the famous basket of bread, croissants, and jams for a brunch with morning flavors. For those with a sweet tooth, French toast and pancakes are also available. And after your meal, extend the pleasure by strolling in the park, and for art lovers, by visiting the beautiful Hermitage Museum!

L’Esquisse, Route du Signal 2, 1018 Lausanne, Saturday-Sunday 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.


Vegetarian and vegan options, Crispy Chicken Burger, Pain Perdu Banana, Rösti Bénédicte, Pancakes & Granola, sweets and pastries. For those with a sweet tooth, the list of possibilities is endless.

The menu at L’impression offers a variety of options, with vegetarian and vegan options as well. For savory options, we offer, among other dishes, the Crispy Chicken Burger or the Rösti Bénédicte. And for sweets, the banana & chai French toast or the Belle Hélène pancakes with poached pear and chocolate should delight your sweet tooth! And because gourmet pleasures know no limits, don’t hesitate to explore the long list of supplements to add to your dishes!

L’impression, Avenue Louis-Ruchonnet 15, 1003 Lausanne, Sat-Sun, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Tom Café

Ideal for a family moment, the Tom Café welcomes you to the Olympic Museum for a buffet-style brunch. With a breathtaking view of Lake Geneva, the place is bright, colorful and friendly. The culinary lineup is renewed every weekend according to the seasons and the inspiration of the chefs. And to finish in style, a visit to the museum will allow you to expend the energy accumulated during the meal by discovering the world of the Olympic Games!

Tom Café, Quai d’Ouchy 1, 1006 Lausanne, Saturday-Sun (as well as certain public holidays) 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

*This blog post is not a ranking, the order is random.