Food stalls featuring local products include the obligatory raclette, sausages, lobster rolls, oysters, charcuterie platters and much more.
Apart from food stands offering all the usual delicious Swiss treats, the Fondue Chalet, has been extended by 120 places and has already seen a massive surge bookings – so get in there soon. It’s best to book online in advance here, but the restaurant will also try to accommodate passers-by this year, whenever possible
There are around 20,000 available spaces, of which 12,000 remain available as at Thursday, November 28th.
Book your table here.
Most of the food served in the chalet is provided by local producers, including fondue and raclette from the Laiteries Reunies in Geneva and the potatoes and bread are GRTA. (Geneve Region Terre Avenir).
Wine offerings on the wine menus include produce from three local caves.
All the floral decorations around the market are produced in Puplinge by Voyages Fleuris.