Café du Village in Riex in the Lavaux UNESCO region is a legendary address that guests prefer to keep secret. Understandably so, because the cuisine is excellent (13 GaultMillau points) and the two dining rooms are regularly full.
Speaking of typical restaurants Vaudois restaurants called “pintes” (inns), conjures up addresses such as the one in Riex. The café section, with a feel of yesteryear, is full of small tables and chairs quite close to each other, whereas the large, high-ceilinged dining room resounds with the lively discussions of the guests.
Tradition is also given prominent place in the dishes that are prepared with great expertise by Chef Peter Hasler. This former chef at Auberge du Raisin in Cully went from there to here without losing his patrons. He did well since the famous GaultMillau guide recognised his talent and awarded him with 13 points.