The famous malakoffs and its terroir cuisine have made the reputation of Auberge de Luins.
Auberge de Luins in the village with the same name offers a typically Vaudois dish called Malakoff, which is highly appreciated by its regulars. This kind of fried cheese donut is sometimes also served on a “as much as you can eat” basis.
The restaurant has been owned by the Marguerat family since 1957. It serves traditional cusine enhanced by terroir flavours. Being in the heart of the Vaudois vineyards, this village restaurant naturally offers a selection of local vintages.
Malakoffs, a typical dish in the form of a fried cheese donut are the specialty of this restaurant. They are served on a “as much as you can eat” basis on Monday and Thursday throughout the year. The restaurant also offers quality meats, such as filet mignon on a morel and boletus sauce and moitié-moitié fondue or grilled fera fillets, a main dish in this region. Steak tartare carved with a knife is certainly worth a visit. The pretty flower terrace in summer offers a pleasant setting for spending some time outside.