Reviews on French food in Ferney-Voltaire, France including Auberge de Collex Bossy, Auberge Des Trois Coqs, L'Aparte, Augustine Et Balthazar, Intensus, Cafe du Soleil, La Fontaine Restaurant, Bayview, Restaurant Le Patriarche, Le Loti
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4 based on 176 reviews
Le Loti, for the best of flavours. When the excellence of exceptional produce is sublimated in perfectly mastered cooking, taste and smell are fulfilled. Nothing more, nothing less... The chef has made simplicity an irresistible recipe, beyond time and fa
This was my third visit to Le Loti, on top of a number of meals and drinks at the bar and terrace at La Reserve. Fantastic hotel, fantastic restaurant and one of my more preferred places in Geneva where you can get lost in a quiet moment. The meal started with foie gras, which was just the right texture and consistency, and was delicious. This excellent first course was followed by a beautiful slab of veal with a divine wine reduction. My only complaint of the whole experience, and why this review is not 5/5, was the relative toughness and chewiness if the veal. The rest was superb....and the cappuccino ending the meal took the cake! Recommended.Dear Guest,What a wonderful comment ! We sincerely thank you very much for taking time to share your experience at La RÃ©serve GenÃ¨ve. All the team is touched and happy to read your lovely words regarding dishes and the service you had. What a pleasure to read that you enjoyed the property, and the unique atmosphere of La RÃ©serve GenÃ¨ve! We work each day in order to give to our guest a feeling of being at home even if they are away from home.We are touched by your kind comments and we hope to have the pleasure of welcoming you again soon,Warm regards,Phanat.
4 based on 21 reviews
New owners, new ideas and new atmosphere at the Patriarch. We are open from Monday to Saturday. From 8:30, for the moment coffee growing. From 12h to discover with friends or colleagues our menu of the day (Monday to Friday): starter, main course, dessert
We stumbled on this retaurant while waiting for our flight later in the day. We were given a very warm welcome by the very nice staff during a busy lunch service and were quickly seated. The menu is changed every day offering 2 starters and 2 Mains. Both courses were absolutely delicious and beautifully presented. (a rich Marrow & Courgette soup followed by a perfectly cooked Rump steak with a red wine jus on Mangetout and a side of creamy whipped potatoes. Small but good wine selection and very reasonabley priced o the quality of food we ate. I would go out of my way when next in the region to be able to eat here again.
4 based on 519 reviews
At Bayview restaurant, guests can savour the unique culinary creations of world-famous chef Michel Roth (MOF and Bocuse d'Or 1991, Taittinger Prize 1985), an international role model for cultivated and creative French culinary art. An impressive wine cell
We had six-course tasting menus, with wine accompaniments, to celebrate a birthday. Portions served were small, very pretty, and delicious to taste. Extra little items appeared from time-to-time. There was an extensive selection of cheeses. A dessert of egg whites and orange custard on a bed of crushed dates was sublime. The dining room is modern and attractive with some views out to Lake Geneva. Service was highly professional and excellent. Of course, the price was very expensiveâ¦but if you can afford it, the experience is worth it. We did not have to reserve far in advance, although the dining room was nearly full that evening.
4 based on 115 reviews
Food is really delicious and beautifully presented, made of great ingredients. Lovely backyard, friendly staff. Really recommended!
4 based on 1537 reviews
Le CafÃ© du Soleil is one of the oldest restaurant in Geneva (around 400 years old), well known for serving the best fondue and delicious malakoffs. Our restaurant also offers a varied menu to satisfy everybody and daily specials for lunch made with love.
This is an amazingly buzzy and busy restaurantSundayLunch was great, reasonable priced and the food was as good as fondue gets a Must Go
5 based on 98 reviews
Secret Restaurant Close your eyes, you're invited to a private location. When you arrive, you meet a small group of food lovers. You all sit at the same table. There is only one. Nine seats, You are about to have an exclusive dining experience. Enjoy an o
A unique culinary experience in a delightful environment.Your senses are traveling from Asia to Latin America via Europe.You are surprised and deligjhted , with a touch of Moleculary influence, but not too much.You can feel the passion and the constant attempt to innovate.
5 based on 29 reviews
Tea room bio and vegan
Tucked away behind the Credit Agricole is the cutest little tea shop. It's kid friendly, serves organic home-made salads and open faced sandwiches with greens that they grow out back. Everything is locally sourced and the service is delightful. Very popular with moms and their young kids.
5 based on 89 reviews
Enjoy an experience both memorable and pleasant in a stylish setting with only 15 seats. In a most natural manner, Chef Armel Bedouet comes to your table and advises you on the products he has carefully selected today. Drawing on his extensive experience
Chef Armel Bedouet gave us a sensational gourmet dining experience at L'ApartÃ© Restaurant at the Hotel Royal Geneva. Each dish of his tasting menu was exquisitely prepared and beautifully plated to enhance the flavours, textures, and aromas.L'ApartÃ© is a separate dining room located off the end of Bogie's and Le Bistro in the restaurant area at Hotel Royal. Our very attentive and knowledgeable waiter, Thomas Scott, assisted Chef Armel, and also translated the verbal descriptions of each dish that the chef gave into English.We pleasantly lost count of the delicious dishes we enjoyed. Standouts were a "deconstructed" Sushi, the Char "cooked" in sea salt; tender Pigeon MiÃ©ral (seared breast of pigeon served very rare) with White Asparagus; Roasted Langoustine; a flaky tender Seared Sea Bass with Spring Vegetables; and an exceptional Morel Stuffed with Poultry with an Almond Milk Foam and Shaved Asparagus. Chef Armel's tasty marine choices reflect his seaside roots from Brittany,The sommelier, GaÃ«tan Dubret, chose for us a yummy Swiss 2015 Pellegrin Pinot Gamay that paired extremely well with all the dishes.Thomas helped me with a delicious selection of local French and Swiss cheeses made from cow's and goat's milks for my dessert, My wife agreed that the aged GruyÃ¨res were fabulous. Thomas brought my wife a "pre-dessert" of red fruit gazpacho to cleanse and refresh her palate, followed by a sinful plate of crumbled shortbread with red fruits and a scoop of strawberry sherbet. OMG...Thomas then brought one final plate of a variety of irresistible cookies and chocolates!This tasting menu was a dining extravaganza that was sheer indulgence. Who could resist!Thank you so much for your amazing review of our restaurant.I am pleased to hear you enjoyed your dinner with us. It's something our staff takes great pride in, so we value your feedback. Chef, GaÃ«tan and Thomas are all ready to welcome you as soon as you wish!Best regards,Nicolas Sabatier
5 based on 85 reviews
A shared meal must be a special moment, and we are committed to making your visit a unique experience. In a setting as friendly as surprising, where Lego and books of fables and recipes rub shoulders on the shelves, come and meet the friendly couple how a
We were 2 couples with varied tastes and food issues. All was catered for. Lovely presentation and delicious food.Two of us had a very unusual soup made from Fennel and olive paste with cashew-nuts.( Fenolive) The caviar-beluga (lentils with pomegranate seeds) was a delight. Variety of bread rolls freshly baked at the auberge was a pleasure too. The highlight for me was the dessert. Yummy.Hello Harscharajan,Many thanks for your kind comment, and we are very happy that you had a nice time with us.We are looking forward seeing you [email protected]
4 based on 138 reviews
Nice and charming inn being near Geneva and near the airport, in the center of the village of Collex-Bossy. The atmosphere is relaxed and warm. In season, beautiful terrace. French cuisine and speciality of meat of Bison. Possibility of banquet from 10 to
I am a regular customer either for lunch or dinner.The food is always to the mark.Service is precise and friendly.Our starter was a poached egg cooked to perfection.A simple dish but very well executed.The fish,Turbot,was excellent.Cooked to perfection with a lovely celery pure.Good cafe gourmand.Excellent Viognier wine from the regioThis Auberge is very often full which goes to show the quality delivered.
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