Feb 17, 2021
In this 2021 edition, eleven establishments have been awarded one to three stars.
With its 3 Michelin stars, the Hôtel de Ville de Crissier retains its place at the top of the rankings for the French-speaking part of Switzerland.
Among the newcomers, two Vaud establishments have received their first star. La Table du Lausanne Palace, with Franck Pelux and his partner at the helm, makes its entry into the Guide for the first time, a fitting reward for the quality of the cuisine and service on offer. In Vevey, the restaurant Les Ateliers – a nod to the former stainless steel workshop once located behind the station – stands out by virtue of its brasserie fare and exquisite dishes inspired by market produce.
The Auberge de L’Abbaye de Montheron in Lausanne sees Chef Rafael Rodriguez’s ‘all home-made’ approach rewarded with a MICHELIN Green Star, highlighting a dining policy that places the environment at the heart of his cuisine.
Eleven establishments throughout the Canton of Vaud have been awarded a BIB Gourmand, including the Fleur de Sel in Cossonay. This accolade showcases restaurants that offer the best value for money with a complete menu for a maximum of CHF 70.