jasper restaurant in lucerne offers new dining experience for the quarter-life budget

July 11th, 2011

Switzerland’s Palace Luzern introduces new “Under 30 Evenings”, designed for the young, fabulous and… budget conscious. Every Wednesday, at the hotel’s Jasper restaurant, guests under the age of 30 can enjoy a three-course menu at a reduced price – proving that a Michelin-starred gourmet dining experience doesn’t have to burn a hole in your wallet!

Dining out with friends can be a total numbers game (à la splitting the check) but Palace Luzern has some solid stats on their side…

30 – Maximum age limit to take advantage of the special three-course menu, including aperitif, coffee and mineral water.

59 – Cost in Swiss Francs for the dining experience (approximately $70 USD).

16 – Points Jasper earned by the esteemed French restaurant dining guide, Gault-Millau (ranked on a scale from 1-20).

6 – Number of sets of silver cutlery on the table. (Confused by which fork to use for what course? Fret not! The friendly service team is always on hand for a quick lesson in etiquette. (If in doubt, start on the outside and work your way in with each course.)

1– New Chef de Cuisine, Kersten Rishmeyer (she creates the menus for Jasper on a weekly basis, using local ingredients).

Set within the cosmopolitan city of Lucerne, Switzerland – home to the crystal clear Lake Lucerne, with many public swimming areas, over 115 miles of hiking paths, numerous wineries, and more than 80 festivals a year – the destination is perfect for any young traveler.

For more information, visit www.palace-luzern.ch or call 41 (0)41 416 16 16.


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