A Geneva institution! With an art nouveau ambience that showcases wooden furnishings and mirror accents, this café specializes in seafood. Café du Centre is extremely busy and attracts a variety of local diners because of its 100-year plus history, nostalgic feel and good cuisine. The menu features choices like seafood in rich cream sauces and traditional Weiner Schnitzel. Terrace seating is available during good weather. Casual business attire. Reservations recommended. Don't miss it!


If you go in the oldtown, than Great cuisine, a zinc bar area, and a trendy clientele keep the ambience alive at this Geneva restaurant. The atmosphere is loud, and the décor is classic bistro. The interior features exposed wood beams, paneled walls, white tiles, and a waitstaff that is impeccably dressed in black and white. The food at Au Pied du Cochon is regional Swiss and lyonnais fare, including tripe, andouillettes and pig's feet. All meals are served bistro style. Casual business attire.



Located in the very heart of Geneva at Place du Molard close to the Old town and the Lake Léman, Café du Centre proves is known to anyone who visited Geneva at least once. It offers a concept of Social Sundays brunch menu, unmissable and that it a worth a try experience. Menu offers all type of food you would think about for any late Sunday morning, well a nice selection of brunch formulas between 21,- and 29,-.

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Switzerland’s biggest historical city is overlooked by St. Peter’s Cathedral, the centre of the Reformation movement. 157 steps lead to the top of its tower for a stunning view of the town. Stroll along the backstreets and discover the city’s many historical treasures.


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