Finding a restaurant open on Sunday lunchtime in Geneva is tricky so this is a treasure. The architecture and situation is lovely. From our table we could watch the ice skaters and chess players outside having whetted our appetite with a stroll around Geneva Old Town.
Sunday Brunch is a delicious buffet including: breakfast cereals and pastries, salads, fish, cold meat and cheese, hot breakfast and lunch dishes, desserts and soft drinks. The service is minimal but we eventually flagged down a waitress to ask how were supposed to proceed. Some buffet items were replenished (the whole salmon) but others were not and we had to wait a while when the attendant at the crepe station took a break.
It is not cheap (48 CHF adults, 39 CHF seniors, 24 CHF 6-12 year olds, free for under 6 year olds) but we were not rushed along so you could probably spend half of Sunday there grazing.
The only complaint from our party was that there was no light option (such as fruit) amongst the desserts.
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