Hidden in a quiet street in Carouge, the restaurant immediately suggests class – first impressions count! A maître’d will welcome you and take your coats.
Exposed brick walls and high ceilings create a feeling of openness and understated elegance, without giving off stuffy five-star hotel vibes.
What adds to the charm is the immaculate open kitchen, allowing you to observe the chefs at work.
We are strategically seated among small clusters of men and women in suits engrossed in discussions, but we don’t feel squashed in and never have to raise our voices to be heard.
The waiters are expertly trained to appear just at the right moment to refill a glass or remove an empty plate and they know not to interrupt at a delicate point in the negotiations.