A LOCAL AND TASTY CUISINE
The Auberge is located at the entrance of the magnificent village of Saint-Prex, in la Côte. A place to meet and share, it is the link between the inhabitants of the village.
We have given the Auberge back its soul as a café-restaurant. Open in the morning, enjoy our daily dishes or let yourself be tempted by our tasty menu which favours home-made, local and seasonal cuisine.
The Vaudois Chef Jimmy Légeret, originally from La Côte, concocts generous brasserie dishes inspired by his rich culinary background.
The view of the town’s clock tower allows you to discover the motto written on the north side Laissons dire et faisons bien, well known to Saint-Preyards.
Let your taste buds guide you through our selection of 83 wines, 63 of which are from Vaud.
Open 5 days a week, enjoy our daily specials or let yourself be tempted by our menu.
Date when the village was built on its present site, 777 years before the Auberge.
Fricandeau de sanglier au poivre vert CHF 31.-
Accompagnés de spätzli maison, choux rouges, poire au vin rouge, purée de céleri, oignons grelots, marrons, choux de Bruxelles et airelles confites.
ENTRECÔTE DE CHEVREUIL CHF 46.-
Accompagné de la garniture chasse
FILETS DE PERCHE MEUNIÈRES CHF 38.-
White butter with lemon or tartar sauce, home made fries & mesclun salad
Our Chef Jimmy proposes a generous and local cuisine elaborated in symbiosis with the seasons that we go through. He likes to collaborate with local producers and favors home-made products. That’s why he offers mozzarella from Vaud, homemade French fries, meat from the Prélaz butcher’s shop, seasonal vegetables from the region and roast sausage from Saint-Prex.
The new menu gives pride of place to local dishes.
Since October 7 and until the end of November, Chef Jimmy offers you the traditional hunting dishes – discover them in the menu.
Also to be discovered: the press article published in the daily newspaper 24H
Four parking spaces are reserved for you, on the east side of the building. For more public parking, head towards the Saint-Prex school, 60 metres towards Geneva.