Description - Restaurant-Hostellerie du 16e siècle
Restaurant-Hostellerie du 16e siècle serves seasonal cuisine in a pleasantly renovated setting.
This building in downtown Nyon was built in the 16th century on top of ancient Roman foundations. The renovated hotel-restaurant offers a cordial and rustic style. On the menu: seasonal dishes and the Chef’s specialty: cockerel with rosemary.
Restaurant-Hostellerie du 16e siècle is in the heart of Nyon just a few steps away from Lake Geneva. As soon as the weather gets warmer, guests can enjoy its beautiful terrace opposite a pedestrian area. This is the ideal setting to enjoy the restaurant’s seasonal cuisine, the sunshine and the bustling quarter before setting out for a walk along the lakeside promenades.
Passing visitors take a break at Restaurant-Hostellerie du 16e siècle to enjoy an aperitif, a meal or a dessert in the afternoon. The various bruschetta offered as starters are ideal together with a glass of flavoured or unflavoured prosecco. The Chef’s fresh cockerel with rosemary roasted on a spit grill and thin French fries never fail to please. Other meat and fish as well as variations of omelets and pasta complement the card.