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.
Menus 98 CHF s.i. (lunch), 195-245 CHF s.i., Carte 78-110 CHF s.i.
Terminology: t. = tax, s.n.i. = service not included, s.i. = service included
Monday and Sunday.
From February 21th to March 2nd.