Brasserie Chez Edy
French specialties in the heart of Switzerland, right by the Parliament Building. Brasserie Chez Edy is known for its tarte flambée and mussels delivered fresh every day. The traditional restaurant in Bear’s Square (Bärenplatz) is one of Switzerland’s leading mussel restaurants, serving “moules et frites” in ten variations. Because of the large volume of mussels used at the restaurant, Chez Edy can ensure customers that the mussels are always fresh.
And besides expert preparation, freshness is paramount when it comes to this healthy dish. The staff at Chez Edy also advise customers on the wine selection, knowing exactly which vintage fits best with each variety of mussels. In Belgium, beer is also a popular pairing with mussels. Brasserie Chez Edy is the regular meeting place for the “Club Bernois des Connaisseurs de Moules CBCM” (the Bernese club for mussel connoisseurs), which was established this summer. And those who aren’t in the mood for mussels can find plenty of alternatives on Brasserie Chez Edy’s varied menu.