Food & Beverage
The restaurant, Le Resto, has become a must for festival-goers where they can enjoy either a hot meal or just a glass of fine local wine. The caterer, Héritier Traiteur, proposes an eclectic menu.
The menu will be available around March 2022.
- Thursday to Saturday:
6.30 pm – 1 am
- Sunday, Tuesday & Wednesday:
6.30 pm – Midnight
You can book a table from 6.30pm
In case of late arrival, your table will be held for a maximum of 15 minutes.
Phone +41 76 754 21 62
On Sunday from 11am to 1pm, le Resto serves up a convivial, family-style brunch and offers a crafts and drawing workshop for children. No need to book.
Adults: CHF 30.-
Children: CHF 1.- per year up to 16 years old.
This year, the Lavaux-Cully-Jazz Foundation will organise two fundraising events. By taking part in one of these two evenings, participants express their friendship and attachment to the Cully Jazz Festival.
Food stalls in La Cuisine and in the village
Festival-goers can also find something to eat and drink in the refreshment area called La Cuisine, where the main stalls are located, or in the centre of the village and Cully restaurants.
L’Eclat du Foie Gras at bar des Appellations
At the bar des Appellations, enjoy a bottle of wine from the region with foie gras toasts. A delicacy you cannot refuse.
Take a tour to California! Tex-mex, wraps & completo will be served. Organic and local ingredients for a fresh, healthy and balanced meal.
Kami will introduce you to the cuisine of his homeland, Iran. Vegetarian options also available.
Daniel Colombini, his son and his wife display proudly the tastes and values of Italy: wood-fired pizza with thin and crispy crust.
Truly authentic Thai cooking: red curry, green curry, Pad Thai… simply delicious.
In the village
The Röstifrite is crispy on the outside like a chip and soft on the inside like a rösti, served with a creamy Gruyère fondue sauce. An explosion of flavours in the mouth
Mexican food, Californian style. A family adventure that began in 2005. 100% American recipes.
Discover the first taillé aux greubons (swiss baconlike) labelled Vaud and 100% local!
On the Place de l’Hôtel-de-Ville, this caterer with a dreamy name proposes local dishes.
The caveau Potterat’s garage emanates Malagasy scents with the arrival of the association CIPINA. At the crossroads between Asia and Africa, the spices of this cuisine will lead you by nose. An experience worth a try.
On the shores of Lake Geneva
The Apéroquai offers a selection of charcuterie and cheese plates to enjoy with a bottle of white wine with the lake and the mountains in the background.
Enjoy your favourite hot drinks by the shores of the lake.
For your sweet tooth, with crêpes and ice cream!
L’échoppe à thés
Spot the lovely caravan on the shores of the lake, order a chaï tea, a rose tea or if you are feeling adventurous, a Marrakesh tea. Don’t forget to ask for the homemade pastries and enjoy the perfect gourmet break.
The Lebanese answer to pizza: cheese, meat and spinach. The Lebanese bread is cooked in front of you on a traditional oven.
The best waffles, without a doubt : vanilla, cinnamon, chocolate, Grand Marnier or also a salty versions. The hardest part is choosing!
Tasty pastries gluten free. Treat yourself, you deserve it!