Browsing Category : EAT OUT

NEW RESTAURANTS TO TRY IN GENEVA IN 2019


NEW EATERIES IN GENEVA– 2019   by Camilla Camponovo and Chené Koscielny  If like us, you love eating out,  you’ll find the Geneva food scene abuzz with new cafés and restaurants offering a wide variety of cuisines to suit every taste and budget (still Geneva prices, of course). We have worked our way through the list below during 2018 to…

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A DIFFERENT DINING EXPERIENCE


LE CINQUIÈME JOUR  by Caro Blackwell and Chené Koscielny All photographs by Caro Blackwell from Taste of Savoie      A dinner to remember!  A true feast for the eyes and delight for the taste buds. A gastronomic experience of innovative cuisine blending healthy and sustainable food with humanitarian principles. What are we on about? Le Cinquième Jour Le Cinquième…

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vegetarian and vegan restaurants in Geneva

BEST VEGETARIAN AND VEGAN RESTAURANTS IN GENEVA


WHERE TO EAT VEGETARIAN AND VEGAN IN GENEVA  by Gaëlle Forget Main photograph credit: Cafe Mutin It happens that some of my friends are vegetarian, pescetarian or vegan. The dilemma is always finding a restaurant that will satisfy everyone around the table. To avoid this headache going forward, I compiled a list of good vegetarian and vegan-friendly options around Geneva.…

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bao, dumplings and noodles in geneva

NOODLES, BUNS AND DUMPLINGS


WHERE TO EAT THE BEST BOA BUNS, DUMPLINGS AND NOODLES IN GENEVA – OUR FAVOURITES! by Gaëlle Forget During 2017 and 2018 Geneva embraced a number of new Asian food trends, and we were blessed with the opening of a number of delicious alternatives in the heart of town. For those who missed it, let me bring you up to…

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Boule d'or Switzerland

A ‘CHEESY’ EXPAT SUCCESS STORY


Boule D’Or – BRAZILIAN CHEESE BALLS CONQUER SWISS MARKET by Chené Koscielny PHOTOGRAPHS: Caroline Blackwell from Taste of Savoie A humble little bread and cheese ball from Brazil has made its way onto the plates and into the hearts of ‘les vraies Suisses’ to become a symbol of cultural integration and entrepreneurship.   Called Pão de Queijo in Portuguese –…

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Le Petit 23

BELLY-WARMING WINTER FOOD


LE PETIT 23  by Kelly Marcisz With the arrival of colder weather, the hunt for belly-warming food is on – and the new menu at Le Petit 23 in Geneva doesn’t disappoint. Having recently had the opportunity to try their fresh and tasty new menu, we can definitely recommend this chic little restaurant as the perfect ‘go-to’ for a quick…

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Swiss foods to try - Geneva

9 MUST-TRY SWISS FOODS


SWISS FOODS YOU MUST TRY – IN GENEVA by Laura from Let’s Explore What is “real” Swiss food, you may wonder and you’re not alone. Trust us, there is more to it than cheese fondue, but it is a difficult question, even for the Swiss, as recipes and preferences vary from canton to canton. So, which Swiss foods should you…

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fine dining geneva

POSH NOSH – FINE DINING IN GENEVA


BEST RESTAURANTS IN GENEVA MAIN PHOTO CREDIT: BAYVIEW RESTAURANT by Brigitte Taylor  Geneva may be a small city, but it punches above its weight when it comes to fine dining options, many of which have been recognised and awarded Michelin stars. We share some of our favourite luxury eateries in town.   IL LAGO – FOUR SEASONS HOTEL DES BERGUES…

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la chasse geneva

LA CHASSE – GAME MENUS IN GENEVA


WHERE TO EAT GAME IN GENEVA by Sarah Scaddan  Autumn invites you to indulge in the ‘la chasse’ (game) menu at your local restaurant. Apologies to all vegetarians and lovers of Bambi, but Autumn is game season and it works for me. A typical game dish is served with spätzli (a kind of soft egg noodle), red cabbage, roast chestnuts…

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BEST PLACES TO EAT FONDUE IN GENEVA


THE BEST FONDUE IN GENEVA  by Kristiana Psee and Alexandra Belz Main photograph credit: CGN cruises Finally, it’s cold enough to ditch the diet and indulge in a pot of sinfully rich, silky smooth cheese – with a friend or two. There is no better way to experience Swiss culture than sharing a traditional fondue. We know you know what…

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