The ten good addresses of the month of Geneva at the table
Our selection of good gourmet tips in the canton of Geneva. Find lots of other culinary information every Thursday by subscribing to our newsletter.
Blue Martinis. The Blue Martini restaurant is located in the heart of the dormitory town of Gennecy, in the town of Avully. Just opposite a small grocery store which also serves as a post office. He welcomes customers with enthusiasm and offers excellent quality cuisine. Starting with a string of pizzas cooked over a wood fire. We love the “Blue Martini” version, garnished with crème fraiche, Roquefort cheese, walnuts, cherry tomatoes, arugula and oregano. The children choose the one in the shape of a rabbit! The menu also offers tasty pasta. If you order spaghetti carbonara, you are immediately asked “with or without cream?”. Because customers claim that this dish must contain it. So don’t upset anyone! That said, the elephant ear is just as attractive. Blue Martini, 54 avenue de Gennecy, Avully. Such. 022 756 12 93. Open daily from 8 a.m. to 2 a.m.
Auberge des Vieux Chênes, Presinge, reopening on July 23. Closed Wednesday and Thursday. Tel: 022 759 12 07.
Top sorbets at Arn. When the mercury goes crazy, sitting down at the heritage terrace of Chez Arn, a sweet institution in the Old Town, and having a sorbet with real fruit in it, well, you see, it’s still a must. The raspberry ice cream makes us melt.
Confectionery Arn, Place du Bourg-de-Four, 12. Open every day.
Mango Deck, Cours de Rive 20, 1207 and Place du Bourg-de-Four 15, 1204. Mon-Fri 9am-5pm. email@example.com
Tehran. I didn’t know anything about Iranian cuisine and it’s a discovery of unusual flavors. Green or red stews, acidity, smokiness, chicken or lamb accompanied by Persian rice, rice crust, red beans, tiny chickpeas, mixed herbs and lemon, here are some elements of this oriental cuisine to discover in the station district.
Turn Brewery. Open Thursday to Saturday, chemin de Maronsy 50, Plan-les-Ouates. Available at many points of sale. Home delivery.
Love of brioches with Baoti. A small Asian counter a stone’s throw from the train station, which offers ravioli and baos with talent. Include small stuffed and soft steamed bites. Everything is homemade. And very well done. You have to taste the owner’s lemonade. She perks up seriously.
Baotí. Rue Cornavin, 3. Closed on Mondays. Tel: 022 313 83 89.
Molokai, 67 rue du Rhône, Mon-Sat 11am-9.30pm, 6 place Grenus, Mon-Sat 11am-3.30pm, and 6 rue de l’école de médecine, Mon-Sat 11am-3.30pm. Between 18.90f and 29.90f, depending on the formula.
Croc’Orient. You just have to see the queue in front of the Croc’Orient stand on the Plainpalais market to suspect that the Palestinian pancakes and falafels from Raya and Ozi (on the Carouge market) are worth the detour. I confirm.
Croc’Orient and Galette de la paix, on the Plainpalais market, Friday and Sunday mornings. At the Carouge market on Saturdays 8:30 a.m.-2 p.m. and 12 rue du Vélodrome in Geneva, Mon-Fri 11 a.m.-1 p.m.
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