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Le Mandarin is a traditional gourmet Chinese restaurant that has been serving Geneva since 1965. The dining room is simply and richly designed with elegant Chinese themes. The set menus include six delicious courses that start with soup and an appetizer, and conclude with a delicate dessert. A la carte selections are also available, and a local favorite is the Chef's Selection of Bœuf Croustillant, or Spicy Beef in Caramel. The dim sum menu offers favorites like samosas and shrimp ravioli. The brave can sample items such as chicken feet or steamed pork stomach. Saturdays and Sundays, Le Mandarin is open limited hours for dim sum only. Since Le Mandarin is a local favorite, dinner hours at every day of the week can get quite busy, so make a reservation or come early.
Chez Kei is a beautifully presented Chinese restaurant offering excellent service and gorgeous décor. Fine furnishings complement the traditional atmosphere, like a large koi fish tank at the entrance. A traditional chef offers classic Chinese cuisine along with contemporary twists. One menu favorite is the Peking Duck, exquisitely served along with a small melon carved into a charming duck. Locals also enjoy the extensive dessert menu, with donuts and fried fruits. Though the restaurant often sees a spike in business during dinner, the spacious interior maintains a quiet atmosphere. Reservations are recommended, but not required.
Located on the fringes of Parc Alfred Bertrand, to the south of Geneva, restaurant Trois Bonheurs brings alive the exotic flavors of the orient. Locally sourced, fresh ingredients are prepared in the authentic Chinese flair. The spices, herbs and sauces, create flavors that will take your palate on a culinary journey through the lands of China. Meat and seafood are well represented on the menu. But the shellfish preparation is a must-try. The casual, yet elegant ambience of Trois Bonheurs enables you to relax and savor your meal.