I eat at this restaurant regularly as it's around the corner from my place. Along with Little India, it's one of the better restaurants in this part of Geneva, where most of the eateries are pretty bland. The food is quite good at Indochine -- the menu is huge and includes a wide variety of Asian dishes, Thai, Chinese and Japanese -- and the staff are helpful.
It has wonderfully fake Japanese/Asian decor and, if it weren't French-speaking, you might be able to imagine you were in Asia. However, for a middle-range restaurant, it aint cheap. On my latest visit, I had sweet and sour fried fish, and that cost about 35 francs. Plus wine, and I think rice was also extra.
A lot of foreigners, in Geneva for meetings and staying at hotels along the Rue de Lausanne and nearby, eat in this restaurant.
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