Glion’s student-run restaurant opens to the public
Starting August 9th, Glion Institute of Higher Education is opening its student-run restaurant to the public. The Hotel des Alpes Restaurant, La Table des Alpes, will serve lunch and dinner from Tuesday to Friday with two distinct themes for lunch and dinner.
Bistro style: quick, casual lunch service
For lunch, La Table des Alpes will feature a bistro-style concept with an “a la carte” menu, quick service and a causal atmosphere. The student-staffed restaurant will aim to serve lunch in 40 minutes or less, the perfect time for casual and business lunches.
For the modest sum of 22-28 CHF on average, the restaurant proposes appetizers, salads, main courses and a dessert, all composed of locally-sourced market products with the option of wine pairing. Service starts at 12:00 and the last seating is at 12:45.
Fine dining: a fancy, five-course dinner
In the evening, the restaurant will transform into a fine dining establishment offering a refined menu composed of five courses that change every week: amuse bouche, entrée, fish dish, meat dish and dessert.
The up-scale atmosphere requires a smart casual dress code (no t-shirts, shorts or sneakers). From 6:30 to 8:00 (last seating) students will practice formal dining service with table-side service techniques such as flambé and meat-carving. The average price of the menu is 32-45 CHF, with a vegetarian option and a menu with wine pairing.
The restaurant will also feature a lounge area where guests can enjoy refreshments before and after lunch or dinner. Local wines, cocktails, and other tasty libations will be featured throughout the year.
Rules & Reservations
Here are a few things to keep in mind when planning your visit to La Table des Alpes:
- Cash CHF and credit cards accepted, except Amex and Post card.
- Lunch: no dress code
- Dinner: Smart casual dress code
- Animals are not permitted.
- Reservations are recommended, email: email@example.com
We look forward to welcoming guests from the Glion community and any other adventurous visitors for this new dining experience that offers a win-win deal. Guests get a very reasonably priced drinks and a meal in a picturesque location overlooking the Alpes and Lake Geneva, while the students on the bachelor degree in hospitality management program will benefit from the real-time, real-world service environment where they will strive to meet and exceed the expectations of paying customers.