Reviews on Mediterranean food in Annemasse, Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes, France. French Land Register data, which excludes lakes, ponds, glaciers > 1 km (0.386 sq mi or 247 acres) and river estuaries.
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5 based on 20 reviews
We visit this place but pure coincidence. It doesn't look from outside but inside it is really nice place, clean, sympatic staff. And the food is so delicious. I love that. I so love arabic food but this place has the best hummus I have ever had nad the best falafel. The food isn't exactly the cheapest but it is worth it. But I loved everything. Thank you for this delicious food and keep the good work.
4 based on 29 reviews
I had superb couscous bouef here matching with mint tea and their mouth watering dessert truly recommendable. I will definitely coming back here.
4 based on 97 reviews
LEBANESE food Mixing the wealth of seafood and Mediterranean land. Very diverse, it is a very rich cuisine of flavors and colors. It reflects the traditional sense of the Lebanese hospitality. We are a company specializing in the organization of reception
Had a good meal here with my daughter on a recent stay in Annemasse. The gentleman was very helpful and spoke very good English. We had the chicken shawarma and kefta kebab both were delicious. I would recommend trying this restaurant if you like middle eastern food.
4 based on 165 reviews
This was the local restaurant selected by knowledgeable friends who live in the district. We ate Italian food and it was both very good and reasonably priced. TIP : if you're going for dinner, either make a reservation or get there early, like 7.30 pm
4 based on 62 reviews
Oriental Fine Pastry, Catering (Couscous, Tagine) and Tearoom. Takeaways, delivered or to eat in noon and afternoon. Fresh and cooked treading water. Warm welcome. Our products are also available at GLOBUS Geneva and Lausanne.
This is one of those many times i am so grateful for trip advisor! We popped in yesterday and shared two couscous dishes: one with meatballs and the other chicken. The best couscous we have ever had - flavoursome stock and plentiful vegetables. It is a popular cafe, with a lot of customers buying either pastries or takeaway couscous, so you enjoy the wait sitting on comfortable leather stools or modern chairs. The decor is evocative of Morocco with beautiful decoration and a clean, bright atmosphere. We also shared some pastries (delicious and thankfully not as sweet as some), and then went back today for Moroccan tea, more pastries and takeaway couscous for dinner. No wonder it's number 1!
4 based on 226 reviews
This roadside restaurant can be characterized by the smiling and friendly serving staff with the warmth of the mediterranean. Of course the food definitely exceeds your expectations and despite being a vegetarian, I came out very content with the food quality. I had something which felt like vegetarian fritters /kebabs along with frites and vegetarian salad. Red wine with all that delicious food was the perfect drink for a sunny afternoon....and the blue and white colour scheme was very soothing too
4 based on 221 reviews
The food was good. Nothing amazing but good. The staff was extremely friendly and accommodating. It's a good place to go for a meal. Will probably go back
4 based on 246 reviews
We visited this restaurant with my fiancee We had a menu 'degustation' and it was very good. The place is clean however it is not pretty but comfortable.
4 based on 152 reviews
The best of the sea in Geneva for 24 years 1 Michelin star and 17/20 Gault&Millau Arrival of fish and shellfish every day Cozy restaurant, Private table in the kitchen (5pax maximum) only on reservation Private parking (15 spaces) and terrace in summer Th
Lovely restaurant but quite far outside the Geneva city centre, you will need 20 minutes to reach it by car. It is literally adjacent to a former French border control point.We took the tapas tasting surprise menu. In general we enjoyed it even though some dishes were hit and miss. Some for example were quite spicy some other felt rather bland from a spices point-of-view.Wine menu is short, but we managed to try several ones and price/quality ratio was excellent.The only comment I would make is champagne by the glass, a small producer rosÃ© (excellent btw no issue here) is charged 25 CHF which is very high even by Geneva standards.Next time we will try the regular menus.Very friendly service by the owners. Husband cooking and wife managing the restaurant.Bonjour,Merci pour votre gentil message.Juste une chose m'interpelle, nous ne vendons pas le champagne rosÃ© Ã 25.- mais 21.-, voulez-vous me renvoyer la facture ou me donner vos coordonnÃ©es (par message privÃ© sur notre site www.le-cigalon.ch via les reservations) afin que je controle et fasse le nÃ©cessaire.Je reste Ã votre disposition.Corinne Bessire
4 based on 94 reviews
For half a century, the Jeu de l'Arc restaurant has been offering fine Italian cuisine under the benevolent eye of Gabriello ORLANNI. Located in the heart of Geneva, it is the ideal place for your events as well as for your business meals thanks to its wa
This was my first visit though my friend had been a couple of years ago. I can't say what was going on in the kitchen but the first pasta dish was completely tasteless. The second dish tasted bad. The wine was nothing to write home about. Indeed the head waiter had not heard of a very well known wine my friend enquired about. Service was having a bad day at the office. Admittedly one waiter was in training. It was not in the least busy in the restaurant. My friend was a little forceful in her opinion of the food and the head waiter took it well and was understanding when we walked out. We weren't charged for anything. Doubt if I'll return. Such a shame as the setting was really nice.(We went to Cine citta which was heaving on a Saturday at 9.30pm but we were made welcome and ate a delicious meal. Can always rely on them!)
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