I have come several times to this restaurant with a handicapped family member as this is one of the rare restaurants in Geneva that has a ramp ar it's entrance albeit unite a steep one. The restaurant is located very strategically next to the Palexpo exposition centre, making it one of the closest restaurants to the exhibits and fairs taking place there. Admittedly little taste and effort has gone I to the interior, which has a tourist trap like pretentiousness to it and a grandmotherly tendancy to overcrowding with useless objects from a former life. There are strange paintings on th wall, cheap wallpaper, and a giant stuffed bear at the entrance. Their star course is the Potence flambée which is basically good quality beef slices, rice and a standard set of café sauces to dip the meat into. The trick is that right before serving they flame the meat with whiskey and the meat is to served in a plate but hanging from what basically looks like a mid evil torture device. It's entertaining when you go with a group of people, however when you go as a couple you realise that there is a large black spike on fire in front of you behind which you strain to see the person you came there with. The service is generally quite good and the chef is eager to strike a conversation, however this last time we went the waiter a young Asian looking student seemed to without clear reason be reorganising the cutlery on the adjacent tabl, makingut feel as if he was listening in on our conversation. The whole thing without the wine for very little meat and not that much American style rice costs 40 CHF each, and you end up easily with over. 100. CHF bills.
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