BM restaurant Hôtel des Mosaïques
BM restaurant Hotel des Mosaiques

The BM Restaurant

Located as you drive into the town of Orbe close to the motorway exit, the BM restaurant boasts a cosy, laid-back and elegant vibe. Open Monday to Sunday, the menu features a select range of dishes made from local produce. Everything is homemade at the BM.

Fuelled by a passion for food and a love of cooking, the BM kitchen team cook fresh ingredients supplied by local producers and suppliers for the most part. There is a great selection of Côtes de l'Orbe and Bonvillars wines to accompany the restaurant's meat, fish or vegetarian dishes.

With its Monday to Friday daily specials and group meal suggestions, the restaurant provides the perfect finishing touch to the Hôtel des Mosaïques, which is also home to a bar.

  • Hôtel des Mosaïques
  • Chemin du Suchet 14
  • 1350 Orbe - CH

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