Have been here a couple of times for Sunday brunch. Like anything else in Geneva, not cheap (CHF 70 per head, with extras such as coffees and indulging in a glass of champagne taking it to well over CHF 100 per person), but it is a fabulous affair, with a tremendous choice for every palate - a huge seafood selection, including oysters when in season; a separate room with hot foods (forget bacon and sausages and think more chicken with morilles, eggs benedict on brioche, stir-fried prawns) and an impressive array of cheeses and desserts. It's all pretty sumptuous. The only downside is the room, which, although beautifully decorated, is pretty dark.
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