Traditionally, travellers stopping on the heights of Montreux used to dine in a pretty village residence nestled at the foot of a historic bridge. Subsequently turned into a youth hostel, a bistrot and then a café, in 1980 Gérard Rabaey transformed the building into a fine gourmet restaurant before developing Pont de Brent into an institution.In 2011, Pont de Brent began a new chapter in its history. Stéphane and Stéphanie Décotterd took over the restaurant, continuing to delight food-lovers from around the world with their unique blend of tradition and youthful innovation.
Terminology: t. = tax, s.n.i. = service not included, s.i. = service included
For your information: 1 CHF = 1.06 USD
Monday and Sunday.
From February 21th to March 2nd.
Discover the restaurant
On the heights of Montreux, between the lake and the mountains, Le Pont de Brent has delighted gourmets for several decades. Inspired by the seasons, two-star Chef Stéphane Décotterd continues the tradition of excellence in this inviting village residence, with a sense of happiness. Witness the art of carving poultry tableside with masterful dexterity and sample inventive cuisine that features the very best of local produce. Dishes such as crayfish vinaigrette from Lake Geneva and the composition of Boltus mushrooms with fresh almonds are accompanied by smooth Swiss wines, including great white wines from the neighbouring Lavaux vineyard.
RESTAURANT LE PONT DE BRENT
Member Relais & Châteaux since 1991