By opening her restaurant in Lausanne, Anne-Sophie Pic wished to broaden her palette by incorporating local produce. She works closely with local producers and for her customers she mixes flavours that are seasoned with passion.
“For the restaurant at the Beau-Rivage Palace, a splendid establishment with which I share the culture of excellence, I have conceived a carte and two menus which tell the story of family, love, nature, the freshness of a berry picked beside a path, the strength of a woodland mushroom, the memory of the smells in the family kitchen; all this for simple and authentic pleasure.”Anne-Sophie Pic
Guided by her generous and sharing nature, Anne-Sophie Pic is proposing two “Emotions” menus, which she adapts in accordance with the seasons and her inspiration.
The “Pic Collection” menu is centred on family classics - dishes that inescapably speak to traditional tastes and values.
Imagined by the English interior design architect Stewart Wilsdon, the dining room favours natural hues of beige and white nuances. Large French windows provide a breathtaking panorama of Lake Leman and the French Alps.
As soon as the weather permits, tables are arranged on the terrace beneath the shadows of the ancient cedars in 4 hectares of parkland.
To complete the menu and the view, there is nothing better than a bottle of wine chosen from the 75,000 bottles collected the Beau-Rivage cellar, one of the largest wine collections in Europe.