Located between Grande Rue de Rolle and the shores of Lake Geneva, Confiserie Boccard is an establishment for food lovers! It boasts a 45-seat tea-room and a 40-seat terrace overlooking the lake...
La Confiserie Boccard was bought out by boulangerie-pâtisserie Wolfisberg in June 2014, but the traditions and Boccard products such as the Bouchon Vaudois (cap-shaped cookies stuffed with praline paste), the Lake Geneva trout, the Images de Rolle, etc. continue to be offered, to the great delight of loyal customers.
Grand Rue 43
Hours of opening
We are open Tuesday to Sunday from 7am to 6.30pm (closed on Mondays and Christmas Day).
Travel to Rolle by train, boat or bus (more details here)
There are numerous parking options (find out here).
The sweet shop (confiserie) was founded by Bernard and Cécile Boccard and initially opened on 1st November 1965. It quickly established its reputation by word of mouth, and its fame practically caused a riot, such as when the establishment almost closed due to the end of the lease.
Fortunately, the sweet shop moved forward until the daughter of Cécile and her second husband succeeded them and took up the torch in 1998.
As already mentioned, Confiserie Boccard was bought out by boulangerie-pâtisserie Wolfisberg in June 2014, but the traditions and Boccard products have been retained out of the utmost respect and are sold alongside the new Wolfisberg products. Two old establishments, whose authenticity and vision are identical and beautifully complement each other.