The lunch menu is not extensive, but it includes some lovely fresh sounding options.
I go for the marinated salmon poké bowl with edamame beans and quinoa (CHF26) and my regular lunch companion, Caro Blackwell of Tasteofsavoie.com, opts for the sea bream tartar with Asian noodles and edamame beans. (CHF28)
The presentation is very pretty on stripy plates and the dishes are lovely and fresh and compares well with similar dishes on menus around town. I fancy myself as somewhat of a poké bowl fundi and although this is not the best one I’ve ever had, it’s very nice.
I’ve had a few very oily poké bowls around town. This one gets the sauce just right.
The sea bream tartar is nicely flavoured and the noodles make for an interesting combination.