We didn't end up staying as it looked very 'touristy'and the prices were about average for 'traditional' dishes that can be eaten elsewhere with nicer atmosphere.
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This place probably has not changed for 30yrs. Its very dated. On our visit there were many single diners. Food wasn't up to much. The dish on the day was 3 cheese ravioli which was bland. The rosti was very geasy and not pleasant at...More
a place to take visiting friends or if you are new to Geneva and want to try the typical dishes of the Swiss (lakes and mountains) cuisine. Cheese Fondues, Raclette are a must-try.
Maybe, but he is also a waiter at this restaurant! After a long day of outdoor activities, we got back to town fairly late, and decided to go out for Fondue. We walked down the street from my friends' apartment to the Cave Valaisanne, situated...More
The atmosphere of this restaurant is really nice and recall the image of a swiss chalet. The place is usually hot because of the heating of many fondues so take out your sweaters ;-) The restaurant offers many specialties and the price is in the...More
We were intent on sampling all things cheesy for the Swiss winter, and weren't disappointed. The fondue mix was tasty, the raclette sharp in a good way, served with really good quality new potatoes, the malakoff also nice and crisp on the outside. The service...More
My friend and I went there last Sunday evening. We ordered a traditional fondue. It was really good. The place looks like an old chalet. Staff members are polite and discrete. A place to go back