Auberge du Soleil in the small village of Trey is renowned for its regional specialities and its pretty terrace. Bernadette and Daniel Stauffer-Brügger focus on home-made dishes, offering a menu card that changes with the seasons.
Auberge du Soleil is in the village centre of Trey, between Payerne and Romont, in the heart of French-speaking Switzerland.
This traditional restaurant offers a cuisine based on fresh market products and a menu card that changes with the seasons. The owners Bernadette and Daniel Stauffer-Brügger prepare all meals on site and work in close cooperation with the producers of the region. They give preference to organic vegetables, fish from Lake Neuchâtel - depending on availability - and meats from local butchers. In autumn, this village bistro offers game specialties. And the delicious desserts are made by the manageress in person.
- Closed on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. Booking recommended
- Dining room capacity: 20, 10. Terrace: 24
- Offers for groups and private events (no more than 20 persons)
- Culinary specialities
- Hunting food