We ate a delicious meal in this French bistro style restaurant. It gets very busy and a little noisy but has a good atmosphere and is clearly popular with locals. The menu offers a good range of choice, staff are friendly and cope very well serving a crowd. Despite the restaurant being so full we were allowed to enjoy a leisurely 3 course meal. It isn't cheap but the food is done well and presented nicely. I had foie gras (wonderful), souris d'agneau (perfectly cooked), and rhubarb compote (lovely and tart), with wine, and coffee to finish, which came to about £55 (each). I would definitely return when next in Geneva, once I save up my pennies.
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