Best European restaurants nearby. Discover the best European food in Yverdon-les-Bains. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for European restaurants near you.. Yverdon-les-Bains (French pronunciation: [ivɛʁdɔ̃lebɛ̃]) (called Eburodunum and Ebredunum during the Roman era) is a municipality in the district of Jura-Nord vaudois of the canton of Vaud in Switzerland. It is the seat of the district. The population of Yverdon-les-Bains, as of December 2016, was 29,977.
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4 based on 203 reviews
This place makes the best pizza in Yverdon. The quality and the price is incredible. However as mentioned in the title "don't judge a book but its cover" the area is hidden behind some not very good looking buildings but the pizzas are delicious and the service is friendly.
4 based on 297 reviews
We had dinner with family (including 2 kids) here in Jul and had a great experience. Food tasted real good and restaurant is located in the center of old town. Staff was very polite and service was fast as well.Thank you for your review.We hare happy that you enjoyed your meal at our restaurant.We hope to see you soon again. Best regardsCarlo.
4 based on 96 reviews
This is a strange place where staff is friendly but food is definitely not the main focus... not sure they have something homemade ... Meat on a hot plate is not really cooking and therefore you expect the fries and especially the sauce to be homemade.... answer is no... everything is industrial... the only homemade sauce (garlic) was over burned and too salty... So many real restaurants around, donât waste your time and money !
4 based on 105 reviews
I know I will regret this review because nobody knows this place, and I really enjoy this situation.You should really pay it some attention next time you are in Yverdon.Csarda is a typical small local restaurant. Nothing makes it stand out, the location is not really good, it is too close to a main road, but at least parking is usually easy.Even inside, you won't be impressed by the decoration. it really looks bland and uninteresting.But they have some of the best meat in the whole town and even further than that.They also make very decent pizza and some good pasta or cheese dishes, but the reason why you want to eat there is meat.They make all the known variations of meat fondue, chinese, bourguignonne, bressane, tatar hat, name it ! Most of them are offered on an "all you can eat" formula, but what makes it really interesting is the sheer quality of the meat. It is gorgeous.They also make excellent skinny fries (matchstick size) with their meat which I always appreciate.The service is very friendly and the prices are fair.So, like I said, I know I will regret shedding some light on this little unknown gem, but go ahead ! try it, if you enjoy meat you will love the place.
4 based on 183 reviews
We come here for lunch when shopping in Yverdon. Don Camillo is an unpretentious little restaurant with friendly staff and good food. They have a daily speciality (CHF 16.-) which is certainly good value for money. Our favourite from their main menu is Piccata. Have eaten here often and have never been disappointed. The atmosphere remains pleasant even when it's full at midday.
4 based on 221 reviews
Have eaten here often with associates and friends, and the food is always just right. True, it's a bit expensive, but I can't fault the freshness nor composition of the bistro-style menu. There's always a touch of creativity too that I appreciate. Relaxed and friendly. In summer you can sit outside and enjoy the view of the remarkable cobble-stoned square.
4 based on 181 reviews
We went here following a business meeting, with our local host.The service was excellent throughout (helps to have a native speaker). The menu is great with some lovely fish and meat dishes (especially steaks). I had the lamb and it was superb! The wine list is very good too. The absinthe dessert was pretty special and kept me warm on the cold and wet trip back to my hotel. Definitely worth a try.
4 based on 142 reviews
We have been there twice, always happy with the food and the service we received. Meat quality was excellent, and the foie gras with caramel sauce was absolutely divine. One of the best restos we have tried. Service is good, the place is very clean, highly recommended.
4 based on 94 reviews
You need to keep your eyes sharply peeled to find this minute cafe in the rue de la Plaine in Yverdon and also a strong sense of purpose to enter what, at first sight, seems to be yet another local bar.The decor is simplistic and basic but there is one intriguing oddity in the shape of a toaster on each table. One look at the menu explains the reason: the Cafe de la Plaine is a local mecca for lovers of tartare, of both meat or fish.This must be one of the widest ranges of tartare preparations in Europe, offering a staggering choice of different seasonings, using either beef, horsemeat, fresh or smoked salmon. For the ditherer, there is also the possibility of taking two half-portions, for example one beef and one salmon. Before the arrival of your choice, a basket with slices of fresh toasting bread is delivered and so you can prepare your own toast and eat it at the temperature which you prefer. The dish is complemented by a side salad and a cornet of matchstick fries.For those who do not like eating raw food, there is a choice of cooked meats, including an entrecote with Cafe de Paris garnish.The price of the tartares is about CHF 30 and the half-and-half platter costs 34. One main is quite filling, so there is no real need for a dessert but an excellent coffee does not go amiss.The restaurant is tiny with about 8 tables altogether. Until more people read this review, booking is not necessary but could be precautionary!All food is prepared to order and the quality of the beef is outstanding. Beef entrecote is certainly more flavoursome than fillet. The seasonings cover many areas of then world, so be prepared to be impressed and challenged.
4 based on 247 reviews
Very good food , limited menu in the evening - 3 of the main dishes offered were fish. Quality can not be faulted , service is good if a little stiff and formal and the atmosphere and interior of the restaurant is somewhat sterile and not up to the standard of the cuisine. The pictures on the walls should be replaced please.!! Definitely worth trying but the pricing is not inexpensive about CHF 120 - 130 per person. The evening we were there it was really quiet and therefore unexciting which removes some of the enjoyment one might have if it was nearly full and buzzing. However the food is good enough to ensure the survival and continued existence of the restaurant where the wife Maryline is the chef creating some noteworthy dishes.
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