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Switzerland: Restaurants in Geneva open on Sunday night

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Switzerland: Restaurants in Geneva open on Sunday night

Lai Thai

Lai Thai is in an elegant setting. The owner went to Swiss hotel school, so you are always greeted like a king or queen and the service is impeccable. A wide range of Northern Thai dishes you don’t ordinarily find in hole-in-the-wall type Thai restaurants, such as the special Thai rice and fish fritters with a delicious dipping sauce, as well as great massamans. Set menus go for CHF 55, 65 and 78 and the servings are generous. Located in what was formerly a Geneva institution, the Café Gothard.

Rue du Gothard 11

1225 Chêne-Bourg

Tel. +41 (0)22 348 48 17

Les 3s

Traditional Italian cuisine in a chic contemporary decor, located in Plainpalais near the Musée Patek Philippe. The bar serves tapas with the cocktails and is a hangout for young people.

Avenue du Mail 15bis

1205 Geneva

Tel. +41 (0)22 328 07 01

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Le Lotus

A husband and wife team produce a homestyle food in an extremely elegant, non-kitsch dining room. The only place in Switzerland I’ve found where you can get an authentic caramelized pork, as well as numerous other authentic Vietnamese dishes. Nhat Thanh Tran Ho went to hotel school, where she learned French cuisine, so you see some evidence of it in some of the dishes. Set menus at CHF 52 and 62. Terrace.

34, avenue Théodore-Weber
1206 Geneva
Tel. +41(0)22 700 35 70

Gandhi Café

The Gandhi Café, located in Pâquis, is upscale Indian kitsch with a touch of fusion in the decor, with Bollywood dancers entertaining you on screen. The service is in the same style. The cuisine is Northern Indian, but some traditional European dishes are available. They specialize in Tandoori and do home delivery. Just call one hour ahead.

Rue de Neuchâtel 37
1201 Geneva
Tel. +41 (0)22 731 41 12

Café du Grütli

A contemporary cuisine and atmosphere located in the Geneva cinématheque of the same name. The food is creative, with interesting mixes of spices and ingredients as well as different, chiefly Mediterranean, influences.

Rue du Général-Dufour 16
1204 Geneva
Tel. 0+41 (0)22 321 51 58

Da Paolo

Da Paolo is the one pizza restaurant in Geneva where you go to be seen. It’s open every night, 7 days a week, until 23H30. They of course serve other dishes as well, and I admit their veal Milanese is almost like one you’d eat in a trattoria in Milan. The pizzas have a nice crispy, crust cooked in a wood oven. They don’t take reservations, so it’s best to either arrive early or late, though admittedly they manage the queues quite efficiently.

Rue du Lac 4
1207 Geneva
Tel. +41 (0)22 736 30 49

Restaurant de l’Hôtel de la Cigogne

This is perfect for an elegant Sunday evening dining experience. The Cigogne restaurant is located in the centrally located, Relais & Chateaux hotel of the same name. It is rather like eating in a chateau dining room. The menu is seasonal, with classic, but often updated, dishes, such as cream of pea soup with bacon foam, or smoked chicken and green asparagus tartare. CHF 65 market menu. Good wine list.

Place Longemalle 17
1204 Geneva
Tel. +41 (0)22 818 40 40

Nirvana

Nirvana is an upscale, gastronomic Indian restaurant decked out in deep red velvet and glitter, with a few Buddhas and Ganeshes thrown in, and located on the most exclusive shopping street in Geneva. They offer a CHF 59 discovery menu, and during the week, quite reasonably priced lunch menus. It’s more fusion than true traditional Indian, but still steeped in the spirit. Open 7 days and week, terrace. The posh bar serves kebabs and nans with the cocktails

Rue du Rhône 21

1204 Geneva
Tel. +41 (0)22 310 13 00

La Pignata

La Pignata‘s menu consists mainly of pizza and pasta, with about 10 specialty pizzas you won’t find elsewhere. Wide selection of Italian wines (for a pizzeria) and takeaway as well.

Avenue du Mail 3
1205 serves traditional Lyonnais-style bistro cuisine in an ultra-contemporary setting, once an industrial building. The Café de la Presse wine bar “annex” serves tapas with the drinks. Closed Sunday mornings.

Boulevard Saint-Georges 62-64
1205 Geneva
Tel. +41 (0)22 310 62 99

 

 

  • Club Prosper Montagné’s List of Top Restaurants and Food Shops in Geneva, Switzerland
  • The Top 10 Restaurants in French-Speaking Switzerland, located in Pâquis, is upscale Indian kitsch with a touch of fusion in the decor, with Bollywood dancers entertaining you on screen. The service is in the same style. The cuisine is Northern Indian, but some traditional European dishes are available. They specialize in Tandoori and do home delivery. Just call one hour ahead.
    Rue de Neuchâtel 37
    1201 Geneva
    Tel. +41 (0)22 731 41 12

    Café du Grütli

    A contemporary cuisine and atmosphere located in the Geneva cinématheque of the same name. The food is creative, with interesting mixes of spices and ingredients as well as different, chiefly Mediterranean, influences.

    Rue du Général-Dufour 16
    1204 Geneva
    Tel. 0+41 (0)22 321 51 58

    Da Paolo

    Da Paolo is the one pizza restaurant in Geneva where you go to be seen. It’s open every night, 7 days a week, until 23H30. They of course serve other dishes as well, and I admit their veal Milanese is almost like one you’d eat in a trattoria in Milan. The pizzas have a nice crispy, crust cooked in a wood oven. They don’t take reservations, so it’s best to either arrive early or late, though admittedly they manage the queues quite efficiently.

    Rue du Lac 4
    1207 Geneva
    Tel. +41 (0)22 736 30 49

    Restaurant de l’Hôtel de la Cigogne

    This is perfect for an elegant Sunday evening dining experience. The Cigogne restaurant is located in the centrally located, Relais & Chateaux hotel of the same name. It is rather like eating in a chateau dining room. The menu is seasonal, with classic, but often updated, dishes, such as cream of pea soup with bacon foam, or smoked chicken and green asparagus tartare. CHF 65 market menu. Good wine list.

    Place Longemalle 17
    1204 Geneva
    Tel. +41 (0)22 818 40 40

    Nirvana

    Nirvana is an upscale, gastronomic Indian restaurant decked out in deep red velvet and glitter, with a few Buddhas and Ganeshes thrown in, and located on the most exclusive shopping street in Geneva. They offer a CHF 59 discovery menu, and during the week, quite reasonably priced lunch menus. It’s more fusion than true traditional Indian, but still steeped in the spirit. Open 7 days and week, terrace. The posh bar serves kebabs and nans with the cocktails

    Rue du Rhône 21

1204 Geneva
Tel. +41 (0)22 310 13 00

La Pignata

La Pignata‘s menu consists mainly of pizza and pasta, with about 10 specialty pizzas you won’t find elsewhere. Wide selection of Italian wines (for a pizzeria) and takeaway as well.

Avenue du Mail 3
1205 serves traditional Lyonnais-style bistro cuisine in an ultra-contemporary setting, once an industrial building. The Café de la Presse wine bar “annex” serves tapas with the drinks. Closed Sunday mornings.

Boulevard Saint-Georges 62-64
1205 Geneva
Tel. +41 (0)22 310 62 99

 

 

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