Find out what French restaurants to try in Twann including Restaurant Du Lac, Restaurant Perroquet Vert, Le Nenuphar, Gasthof 3 Fische, L'Entrecote Bienne, Restaurant Du Port, Restaurant l'Hotel de Commune, Hotel Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Mille Or, Le Grillon
4 based on 38 reviews
Enjoyed a good lunch while we were skying.Very friendly landlady.We had the veal sausage with rosti, well prepared. The panna cotta with almond as desset was magnificient,try it!!!!
4 based on 20 reviews
for lunch I ordered salad with goat cheese (gluten free) and glass of red wine (des philosophe).The staff were very friendly and communicative, option on Sunday for gluten free lunch was risotto with pesto or mushrooms, or salad with goat cheese. They do not have any desert or bread without gluten, its pity. It bio restaurant and I hope they will offer gluten free bread in the future.
4 based on 133 reviews
A warm welcome to the Hotel Jean-Jacques Rousseau - on the shores of Lake Biel and surrounded by vineyards! Our rooms offer incomparable views of the lake. All rooms have been refurbished in a Mediterranean style, have modern furnishings and a bath or sho
We stayed here overnight and decided to have dinner here as well. Locared close to the lake with a nice view from the terrace, the restaurant also offers a very interesting menu. We shared several dishes and all was excellent, interesting and unexpected. Not the cheapest but worth it without any doubt.
4 based on 98 reviews
Very friendly greeting upon arrival. The dining room was well appointed with wooden beams and a cosy atmosphere. The cuisine was inventive and really good, with each course perfectly accompanied by local wines by the glass recommended by the waiter. As la carte menu is changed for each season, we will definitely return when the game season comes round!
4 based on 107 reviews
On a hot summer day I stopped there for a coffee break.The restaurant is conveniently located near the harbour and a 10-minute walk from Erlach bus station.The terrace is nice. However food and service are quite average. The Coupe Hechtebucht ice-cream was generous in quantity but rather tasteless.The waiter was friendly. But as I mentioned that he had forgotten the coffee on the bill, he just added the amount orally - but WITHOUT issuing a new cashier receipt. A bit "strange".
4 based on 153 reviews
Absolutely amazing. I was there for dinner, and the place is awesome, I loved it because itâs a cozy atmosphere, a good place for a romantic dinner !! And the food was just delicious, I had the chefsâ â EntrecÃ´te â Definitely the place to be if youâre in Bienne Dear "Travis M"Thank you for taking time to valuate our rooftop Restaurant and for this great comment. Looking forward to welcoming you again at the Restaurant LâEntrecÃ´te in the near future if you will visit Biel. Kind regardsTeam Restaurant L'EntrecÃ´te
4 based on 72 reviews
This is an unassuming village restaurant, but its attention to detail and the quality produce used have made it regionally quite well known and brought about the award of 13 out of 20 on the Gault-Millaut scale.They work mainly with local produce and fish from the nearby lake, some dishes are traditional and some are quite up to date. The "filet de perche" or "Eglifilets" baked in a batter and served with tartar sauce are a swiss classic and I have naver been surved such a light, classy, tasty version. The wine selection is excellent, with many quality local bottles at reasonable prices. A really good place for a family sunday lunch, for example. The 90 minutes drive from Geneva or 30 minutes from Bern are easily worthwhile, especially if combined with a hike in a magnificient part of Switzerland.
4 based on 126 reviews
Situated by the lake of Bienne, on the most beautiful beach of the region, this bistronomique restaurant and its magnificent terrace are a welcoming, friendly, and cosi place, where local people as well as tourists spend a pleasant moment.
We selected Le Nenuphar from Trip Advisor. We parked our car at La Neuveville station and walked for 15 minutes along the shore of the beautiful Lake Biel, to work up an appetite. We arrived without a reservation, but were immediately shown to a table adjacent to the bar.We were asked if we wanted an apertitif. We said yes and were given a choice of wines, from which to choose, but only wine. We selected three glasses of local wine from La Neuveville. The waitress brought our glasses of wine, but took away the water glasses. We had no water before or during the meal - and I developed a splitting headache through dehydration. I would expect a restaurant of this quality to serve water.The waitress was suffering from an overload of nervous energy. She flitted constantly around the restaurant, adjusting seats, rearranging empty tables, changing the table settings, lighting candles, replacing glasses and making changes behind the bar. My companion observed that she must be exhausted, when she finishes work for the evening. BUT she seemed blissfully unaware of her customers. We were very hungry and had been drinking wine on empty stomachs. Our wine glasses had long been emptied. The restaurant was empty at this stage, yet we spent more than 15 exhausting minutes, trying to catch her attention. Eventually she saw me waving at her and came over. I underlined that we were VERY hungry. She brought over the specials blackboard. I expressed surprise that there were only three dishes to choose from and she reluctantly produced a printed menu. The entrees consisted only of three salads, so we decided to move straight to main courses. We ordered a bottle of wine with our meal, which was produced immediately. The waitress poured the wine, without inviting us to taste it first. We were again drinking on empty stomachs.Meanwhile a large group was assembling by the bar, drinking glasses of wine before taking their table.. They were noisy and moving around, towering over us, as we were seated at our table. I felt overlooked and unnerved by the constant shuffling behind my back. The remaining tables of the restaurant were empty.At last our food was served. By now I had a splitting headache, caused partly by drinking on an empty stomach, partly by lack of water and partly by the noisy crowd thronging behind my chair. I nearly asked the waitress if we could move tables - I should have done.The food was exquisite. We had three different meals and everyone reported delicate and mouth-watering flavours. By now, however, I was so ravenous and so distressed, that I was unable to enjoy the food. I bolted down the food.The noisy crowd behind me thankfully had sat down at a table across the other side of the restaurant and it was peaceful. The waitress brought us the dessert menu. We chose desserts and were talking about coffee. But another crowd began gathering at the bar behind my chair and the waitress was now rearranging the tables and seats immediately to the left of us. When the waitress came to ask for our dessert choices, we declined desserts and coffees and fled the restaurant.Stressed, distressed and with a pounding head, I walked back 15 minutes along the shore of the lake to the station car park. The walk was very calming; beautiful lights flickered across the smooth surface of the lake from the villages opposite. We went into the station cafe and drank coffees. The manager greeted us with pleasant and reassuring banter; then we sat comfortably and peacefully and drank our coffees.We spent CHF 152 on 3 glasses of wine, 3 main courses and a bottle of wine. The exquisite food, beautifully presented, justified the prices. But at these prices, I expected the waiting staff to treat me with respect and consideration. I don't expect to be sent out of a restaurant with nerves a-jangle and a splitting headache, after paying these prices. I feel sorry for the chef, who was so let down by his colleagues.
4 based on 268 reviews
We took our friend from London for dinner to Peroquet Vert as we were looking for something nice and pretty and different in our local Neuchatel and nothing matched the criteria. It was definitely worth the drive and we ended up spending delightful 4 hours in this delicious and friendly restaurant. All the food we had was wonderful, simple and delicious! Nothing really fancy here, but all that is offered is great quality. The service is exceptional, all areas of the restaurant are wonderfully clean, really nothing to complain about. It is no cheap, but cheap restaurants do not really exist in Switzerland so all good! Go and enjoy one of the best places to eat in this part of Switzerland!
4 based on 169 reviews
Really enjoyed the "Eglifilets Ã la meuniÃ¨re" although they were coming from abroad (which is just because of the season for local fish was already over). Service was attentive, suggest local white wine was simply amazing ....
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