1 to 12 hours
Snacks typical of the region in their original setting, recommended by locals: the “Taste My Swiss City” tours address people’s desire to get to know a city from a local’s perspective, in gastronomic terms.
Immerse yourself in Vevey and visit some locations off the beaten track. This selfguided tour lists the 4 best places for eating and drinking.
This tour is selfguided, you choose the order and time in which you want to visit the following stops and how much time you want to spend in each restaurant and on the tour.
The restaurants are carefully chosen by locals and intend to show you the best and most typical food and drinks in snack portions. At the end of the tour you have enjoyed the equivalent of a meal.
Fromagerie de la Grenette, Rue des Deux-Marchés 27.
8am – 12:30pm & 2pm – 6:30pm on weekdays / 8am – 5pm on Saturday
This charming little store offers a great vieriety of finest swiss cheese and a few other locally produced delicacies. The Fromagerie de la Grenette is located in the old town of Vevey, right next to the historical building “la Grenette”.
BRAVO, Rue du Lac 9.
9 am – 6:30pm on weekdays / 8:30am – 5pm on Saturday
BRAVO is a concept store selling swiss products. It has a café and a take away with local and mostly vegetarian food. Enjoy fine fingerfood in a fascinating interior design.
Le Café des Trois Sifflets, Rue du Simplon 1.
11am – 2pm & 6pm – 10pm (Warning: closed from the 4th to the 18th of June 2018)
Typical swiss food and spirit in one ot the oldest restaurant in town… dive into this typically swiss atmosphere and taste one of the local specialities.
Läderach, Rue du Théâtre 8
9am – 18:30pm on weekdays / 8:00 am – 5pm on Saturday
Läderach is a family business in the 3rd generation who wants to share its passion for chocolate by offering unforgettable experiences. Läderach values high-quality products and an uncomparable freshness to guarantee the best for their clients. We are looking forward to sharing some delicious and creative moments with you!