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4 based on 168 reviews
This modest looking restaurant serves excellent Franco-Italian cuisine at very reasonable prices. To be highly recommended both for the quality of its traditional dishes (pÃ¢tÃ© de foie gras, beef dishes, fish and sea-food) and for its service , which is helpful and efficient without being overinterfering. Excellent value for money, very good ambiance and pleasant premises. Closed on Sundays and Mondays, it is open lunchtimes and evenings on all the other days, excepting Saturdays (evening opening only). Lunchtime menu at lunchtime prices available. Ideal for business meetings at lunchtime of for couples, friends and family outings in the evening.
4 based on 264 reviews
Nice restaurant in the middle of nowhere, near Geneva. This place is mostly know by locals in France, Gaillard area across the border from Geneva. Speciality is mostly cheese from the region and the Cheese Fondue and raclette are excellent and much better than in Geneva. Get the Cepe Fondue with typical mushroom and nice local White wine. Save some room for deserts as they are to die for. Staff are very attentive and helpful. Price is very reasonable compared to Geneva. This place is apparently always full on weekends but we went there on a week day so the staff had much more time for us and although we were the last customers, they didn't pressure us to leave. One thing though to be aware of is that like all fondue places, your clothes might stink.
4 based on 85 reviews
unique menu Salade with homemade vinaigrette Different seize of steak ( faux filets) homemade french fries famous mademoiselle sauce Homemade desert
If you like beef, that's the place to eat! Simple concept, only one meal: a salad as a starter, a beef entrecote with french fries for the main, and a small selection of desserts. The meat is really good, served with a home-made sauce "Mademoiselle". Trendy decoration and nice service. No surprises. I'll be back!
4 based on 113 reviews
We stayed in Annemasse for a few days and from other reviews sought out this restaurant in which to have our evening meals.We were offered a very friendly and warm welcome. The waiter was most knowledgeable about the meals and wines - giving us suggestions. Behind the scenes the chef produced plentiful courses very quickly which were extremely tasty.The evenings were not rushed: there was no desire from our side, or the restaurantâs, to get out of the door; in fact we could probably have lingered far longer!I can thoroughly recommend this restaurant.
4 based on 492 reviews
This is easily one of the best restaurants I've ever been to. It doesn't have a Michelin star but it appears in the Michelin restaurants guide and is what I like to call a 0 Michelin star restaurant (and all of these I've been to have been excellent).It is located just over the border from Geneva, in a non-descript mostly residential and quiet street.The service is top notch, like that you'd find in a 5 star hotel and all the staff were very attentive.The restaurant is decorated all in shades of brown, in a sort of homely country style but also very modern. It (including the bathroom) was spotlessly clean.The food was absolutely amazing. You have a choice between 4, 5 or 7 courses for the degustation taster meal. We had 5 courses (which was more like a total of 8: amuse bouche/appetizer, 3 entrÃ©es, main, granita and 2 desserts). The foie gras entrÃ©e with pear sauce was outstanding. The presentation was stunning (see photos). The seafood dish (mostly smoked salmon) and the guinea fowl/beetroot dishes were all out of this world. The dessert with crunchy chocolate cookie and creamy mousse was a delight in the mouth. The combination of crunchy and creamy, sweet and sour (passionfruit and yuzu lemon coulis) was amazing.I enjoyed all the dishes except the frogs' legs which were a bit too salty for my liking, and thus disappointing. I also did not like eating it out of a bone sitting on a pile of dried grass. It was a shame about that, otherwise everything else was 10/10 for me.Although the waiters explain the dishes, I would have personally preferred to see the names written down somewhere. The actual dishes and ingredients are not listed on their menu.It is a bit on the pricey side but great for special occasions and worth every penny!
4 based on 281 reviews
We enjoyed our meal on a Saturday evening in May. The beef tartare well seasoned and very tasty, the vol au vent idem and the 350 gram (must be 12 ounce) entrecÃ´te first rate, though not actually cooked rare (saignant) as I ordered. Thus if you really want it rare, insist. The accompanying fries really good. Portions are big.The wines by the glass are mostly local and very fairly priced. Enjoyed the Mondeuse red wine. The dessert we chose was a citron givrÃ© and was delightfully tart. The service was friendly enough but could perhaps improve with a bit more professionalisme. The decor is rustic and pleasing.
4 based on 568 reviews
We'd been here once a while ago in the summer, we sat in their terrace and lunch went great. This time we got to sit inside, and it's a very cozy environment, almost like being at someone's home. Staff is extremely polite and charming, which considering where we are geographically located is already a big plus. We ordered a 'plat du jour' and got more than we bargained for. Food was exquisite, even for a very simple daily special. So, if we get all this on a rainy Tuesday, I can only imagine that when its a special occasion we can get wonders! Congrats to chef and staff and thank you for a wonderful lunch experience, we will certainly be back.
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!)
4 based on 26 reviews
The Fifth Day is a gastronomic experience at the intersection of innovative cuisine, healthy and sustainable food and humanitarian principles. It is an experience of mastery and culinary technique, but above all, it is about sharing the love and culture o
Worth to be in again and again , my advice is to trust the chief and his friendly professional team. Just eat and enjoy without thinking what you are eating ,,every thing is fresh and unique. No other place to find the exact menu V trendy Ø´ÙØ±Ø§ Ø¬Ø²ÙÙØ§ ÙÙÙ Ø±Ø§Ø¬Ø¹Ø©
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