Super tasty food (a bit pricy but worth it) If you like cheese and the desserts, make sure you leave enough space in your belly to try the two trolleys
Ate here in Jan 2013-food was very good, wine list was interesting, with accent on Geneva wines, but as is often the case, overpriced, and no possibility of having open table wine. Restaurant was full - the choice of food was good.
I really like the service and quality of the food. Its mainly Singapoure, Indonesian, Malaysia food. Owner is very nice and definitly good place for asia food.
This is definitely a good choice in Geneva, yet we didn't found our fish to be of the most tasty in town. The service is good and sitting outside makes it a nice option summertime.
I go once or twice a year, when I travel to Geneva, to this restaurant. Good food well prepared, good wines, both reasonably prices for Geneva, make this place a safe place for a dinner with friend or a business lunch or dinner. You won't be disappointed...
We cancelled our reservation at a Michelin-star restaurant when we walked by the place earlier that day and read the menu. I have eaten countless excellent meals, including Michelin-star restaurants, worldwide and am not miserly. I am more than willing to spend 100-125 pp US for a fine meal and do so often in hometown of San Francisco. But Geneva... More
I was invited here by a friend who knows the place well; I suspect that he eats here more than once a week and has done so for decades. Firstly it's very near the station (3 minutes walk) so marvellous for a departure by train or the airport. It has a nice pavemant terrace but we were inside- no problem... More
Simple however cosy place with a personal welcome and touch by the Chef (Mr. Jacky Gruber). Exellent food selection, "Cacth of the day" seafood and fish. Dishes both esthetic and tasty. Chef proves to possess a lot of imagination and creativity, SUPERB.
We ordered the Menu Decouvert....3 entrees , main dish , cheese platter and a dessert trolley to die for ( especially if you are like me and cannot stop eating desserts ) - all for 98 chf. It is not a cheap restaurant but if one takes into consideration the overall quality of the food and service ( The chef... More
In a homey and unpretentious setting, bistro style eclectic cuisine with a touch of France. The boneless quail, and hot and cold mushrooms, were superb. The sliced lamb was average. The cheese and desert selections were abundant and rich. Save room for the dark chocolate mousse. When we asked the Chef if he studied in France his reply was, "no,... More
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