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Bistrot du Boeuf Rouge (meaning "Bistro of the Red Ox") serves up delicious Lyonnais specialties in the Paquis neighborhood of Geneva. Whether you and your friends are craving andouillette beaujolaise (marinated sausage) or gras double lyonnais (a traditional tripe dish), this place has it! The decor and ambiance is very classy and elegant, so it is perfect for business luncheons or dinners, as well. Call or see the website for more information.
Located in Beau Rivage, one of the best hotels in Geneva, Chat-Botté serves authentic French cuisine in an elegant ambiance. The menu includes a delightful array of classic as well as contemporary offerings, prepared with the freshest ingredients of the season. Award-winning Chef Dominique Gauthier helms the kitchen at Chat-Botté, enthralling with his modern interpretation of classics and stellar presentation. The irresistible desserts are a perfect way to end your meal. The meals are expensive but well worth the money spent.
One of the few remaining old bistros of Geneva is the Café du Soleil. The restaurant is close to the major UN Organizations and is therefore very popular with the international community and the locals alike. Fortunately, nothing has changed here for years, it is still a quaint old house decorated in typical café style. There is also a pleasant little terrace in front of the house. Generous portions of home-style cooking are served in large platters by friendly waiters. A typical Swiss Fondue and a selection of salad plates are also available. The prices are reasonable for the quality and quantity of food. This is also just the place to sample interesting local wines.
Cooking is an art, and that is exactly what chefs Dupont and Byrne are set out to prove. Swiss chef, Gilles Dupont, and Thomas Byrne from Ireland, have combined forces to establish Auberge du Lion d’Or, where they can exhibit their culinary artistry. With a menu that highlights the bounties of every season, your palate will be treated to rich creative flavors. Nestled in a picturesque location, on the banks of Lake Geneva, the magnificent view forms your backdrop, as you dine. Auberge du Lion d’Or is a gem in the Grand Chef Relais & Châteaux group of fine-dine restaurants; expect nothing short of the best here.
Though located within a hotel of the same name, Domaine de Châteauvieux Restaurant Gastronomique has an identity of its own. Serving delectable French cuisine, this restaurant is a winner of the coveted Michelin star. The culinary team, headed by executive chef Philippe Chevrier create rich dishes that will take your palate on a voyage of flavors. The decor of the restaurant blends contemporary style into the historical charm of the place. The dining hall features opulent chandeliers, casting its glow on the stone walls, and a fireplace, covering the place in its warmth. The terrace offers an airy space, where you can dine in tranquility. Wine lovers can dine at the cellar and pick a label from their extensive collection.