Culinary events

Here are some recommendations for current and upcoming culinary events in Switzerland:


Château de Prangins
“À table ! What does Switzerland eat ?”

The butcher’s shop of Madame Tricot
alias Dominique Kähler Schweizer Wil SG | © Daniel Ammann Herisau

Until October 20, 2019

Château de Prangins is currently hosting a national exhibition focused on answering the question, What Does Switzerland Eat? Updated for Suisse Romande, this is the same exhibition that spent time at the Landesmuseum in Zürich and the Forum Schweizer Geschichte Schwyz.


Salon suisse des Goûts et Terroirs: Bulle
20th edition

Source: Salon suisse des Goûts et Terroir

October 30 to November 3, 2019

For the 20th edition of the Salon Suisse des Goûts & Terroirs, you will find approximately 300 food exhibitors under one roof. Taking place at the Espace Gruyère in Bulle, this event features thousands of Swiss produits du terroir that you can taste and purchase. At the Arène Gourmande, there are also live demonstrations from some of Switzerland’s most talented chefs.    


Alimentarium: Vevey
The Faces Behind Food

Until December 2019

Visit the Alimentarium, the world’s first food-themed museum, and discover current theme, focused on the people who make food. The museum offers exhibitions, workshops, events, presentations and digital content connected to this theme.


Lausanne à Table
44 Events from May to December

May-December 2019

Lausanne à Table consistently delivers an annual program full of surprises. In addition to the Miam Festival in June, you will find culinary events for people of all ages, including hands-on workshops, farm visits, public markets and fine dining opportunities. The official program is available online.


If you would like to share information about an upcoming food-focused event in Switzerland, please don’t hesitate to contact me. And, for additional information about culinary events, I recommend visiting MySwitzerland.com.

Updated: October 6, 2019