This month, Beau Rivage Palace in Lausanne, Switzerland, announced the reopening of its newly expanded Le Miyako Japanese restaurant. The renovations, which ended last spring, include additional indoor and outdoor seating for 20 guests and a teppanyaki table for interactive and traditional Japanese meals.
Teppanyaki is an authentic cooking method practiced by Japanese chefs since the 1950s. The live cooking experience allows guests to watch chefs prepare their meals in front of them on a high-temperature iron-plated grill. Through this fast and fun dining practice, chefs can cook meat, seafood, poultry, vegetables, and noodles in a matter of minutes. The new teppanyaki menu will be added to the restaurant’s original gourmet selection of Japanese sushi and rolls.
Le Miyako is among the luxury amenities available to guests at Beau Rivage Palace. Travelers can also dine at Anne-Sophie Pic, a two-starred Michelin restaurant located on the hotel’s property.