The Best Cheese Fondue? Ask Lausanne Alums

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A booked out Christmas dinner in Lausanne in early December brought together alums of all ages to celebrate the 2013 holiday season at a certain café which is known for procuring the freshest and best Vacherin from the alpine dairies in Gruyère and Fribourg for its unique cheese fondue recipes. It is such an insider tip and so hard to get a table there, we are posting the full report for members-only in the blog.

Several new faces joined the gathering at the Café de l’Evêché for this first Lausanne fondue dinner, according to event organizer, Sébastien Simon [MBA 88D]. The age range was wide, from recent grads to those already on their second or third career. The outdoor terrace behind the Café de l’Evêché is also very special in the summer, a hidden gem. Its tables cannot be had without reserving several weeks in advance, notes Simon. It’s clear that INSEAD Alums not only get insider ideas and fresh knowledge from the world’s thought-leaders at regular events in Switzerland, they also learn about unique places for drinks, dinner, and, since it is Switzerland, fondue, naturally. (Featured image source: MySwitzerland)

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