Café Papon

Café Papon

The café is at the entrance to the Old Town, just opposite Treille, site of the longest bench in the world. In summer, there's nowhere better to be than on the terrace here. The former manager of the Hotel des Bergues, David Felisaz, has taken...more

Relais de Chambésy

Relais de Chambésy

This former coaching inn is now a smart country hotel, popular all year round, not least for its fine, tasty cooking, using lots of fresh ingredients. The chef Jean-Luc Bocquet treats guests to daily specialities made with fresh produce from the...more

Relais de l’Entrecôte

Relais de...

By far the most popular dish at the centrally located Relais de...more

Halle de Rive

Halle de Rive

For more than 30 years, the various suppliers at the Halle de Rive have...more

Café Papon

The café is at the entrance to the Old Town, just opposite Treille, site of the longest bench in the world. In summer, there's nowhere better to be than on the terrace here. The former manager of the Hotel des Bergues, David Felisaz, has taken over this café and transformed it. The menu, offering tasty little snacks, changes every 2 weeks, and people with a sweet tooth will certainly enjoy the desserts here.

Relais de Chambésy

This former coaching inn is now a smart country hotel, popular all year round, not least for its fine, tasty cooking, using lots of fresh ingredients. The chef Jean-Luc Bocquet treats guests to daily specialities made with fresh produce from the market. There is also a wide selection of wines from the Geneva region and other areas.

Relais de l’Entrecôte

By far the most popular dish at the centrally located Relais de l’Entrecôte is salad, prime sirloin steak and chips. The sauce is made to the chef's secret recipe, and the chips are second to none. For the finishing touch, don't forget to have a dessert, such as "Chocolat liégois" (chocolate ice-cream) or profiteroles with chocolate sauce.

Halle de Rive

For more than 30 years, the various suppliers at the Halle de Rive have acted as ambassadors for the best and freshest foods of the Geneva region: fish from Lake Geneva, game and poultry, as well as flowers in a warm and welcoming setting.