Set in the heart of the charming medieval town of Morges, not far from Lake Geneva, the Pinte au XXème siècle is a traditional restaurant like they no longer make them! The recent renovation has left the features of the town’s oldest restaurant of 1850 intact.
Guests come here for the lively and warm bistrot atmosphere of yesteryear. Old photos of Morges decorate the walls and the wooden furniture that has acquired a dark hue over the years has a particular appeal. A varied clientele of inhabitants, workers and passers-by like to come and eat a regional specialty here. The Chef offers traditional dishes: endives with ham, Vaudois saucisson and gratin, pig’s trotters on Madeira wine, tripe on a tomato sauce, etc. His delicious fondue guards the secret of its cheese combination (four different cheese types). The menu card also offers snack-type meals consisting of typical Vaudois dishes: regional cheeses, home-made terrine and regional deli meats. To accompany them, no less than 40 white wines and 30 red wines, all from the La Côte AOC region, are on offer.