Went there on a Wednesday night with a friend of mine. The place was relatively empty sans for a group of two British men.
We were warmly welcomed by the owner (?) who quickly sat us and asked what we wanted to drink. There are no menus at Mosaique-they simply have chicken, beef, lamb, and a vegetarian option. All options come with unlimited injera.
I selected the vegetarian option, which was made up of lentils, salad with EVOO, and sautéed spinach. My friend selected the chicken, which also came with a side of lentils, salad, and spinach. Everything was really tasty and plentiful, and my request for more injera was happily fulfilled.
The place started to fill up as time went on, and I noticed that some people had made reservations and several tables were reserved.
A word of caution: this place is "cheap" only by Geneva standards. In addition to our meals, me and my friend both had a bottle of Pellegrino. In NYC, our meal would probably cost around 15 USD.
Our meal was around 45 CHF, which is roughly 45 USD. Definitely not a "cheap eat", although I suppose it is in Geneva, where eating out is technically a luxury.
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