This restaurant is set on the street-side of the Lausanne Palace & Spa and over-looks the bustling high-street. One might describe it as a posh French Brasserie which one might expect to find in Paris. Let's say it is a refined Parisian Brasserie. In the summer time the large windows are opened up and there is a small terrace. The service is typically fast and efficient, yet one does not feel rushed. The menu is diverse, ranging from more traditional meat dishes (grilled fillet of steak with a green pepper sauce) to the more sophisticated offal and salad choices. Portions are adequate as are the prices but not exorbitant. Decor is largely oak, with a large bar and a staircase decorated accordingly. A very nice meeting point.