Very tasty beef cooked in the chef's closely guarded secret and jnimitable butter sauce. Served with great homemade french fries and a nice salad. Loved the dinner and friendly service. Will recommend to everyone.
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There are so many places in Geneva that do this formula, but none can rival the CdP... and that's mainly because this is where that concept was first developed... This place is a Geneva institution that has ridden out the wave of changes the city...More
Nice place and the main dish is still really good! The waitresses do not have time for service/they are not organised and we waited so much time to be served. The creme brûlée its the worst I had in long time!!! Don't take it too...More
I was a bit apprehensive going to a French Cafe in Geneva, having come from Paris, but was encouraged by the reviews. Glad we tried it. Service was quick, and the menu straightforward--all ribeye steaks, so you just choose how you want yours done. It...More
The restaurant offers one set menu starting with fresh green salad coated with vinegar, steak on a butter sauce with herbs placed on a food warmer along with french side (generous amounts + refill!). What's great about the food warmer is that if you don't...More
So, we read some of the reviews here before going to this place, and honestly we were afraid of the bad service. However, nothing of this was true... I have to be honest that people who complaint here at Trip about the bad service probably...More
I would call this restaurant "σταθερή αξία" which means "stable value" in Greek, since, no matter how many times I have visited, their food quality, service and ambiance are always making me feel ....I need to come here again! There is nothing parallel to their...More
This historic 1930's cafe bistro has to serve the best steak frites anywhere. The menu is unchanged and the quality is impeccable. It is a must in winter and summer if you have a couple of hours to spare in Geneva town centre. Good friendly...More
Café de Paris in LAUSANNE served excellent meat with a sense of ceremony and respect. Here, poor quality meat is plonked on one's table - boing - and one serves it oneself. Never again.