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. Open at Saturday lunchtime, but no meals available.
Dining room capacity: 12/18. Terrace: 22
Offers for groups and private events (no more than 20 persons)