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Geneva is a place full of memories for me.. Its the place first introduce me to western food since I was a kid and my love of bread and cheese…

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Switzerland is the land of fondue, raclette, chocolate, bread and awesome l’entrecote steak… There’s one I would like you to try is called Cafe De Paris

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Right at the entrance of the main train station, Cafe de Paris perfected their butter sauce that compliments the beef so so well

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Pairing with finger fries and sharp dressed salad keeps you going..

For fondue go to Le Tournavel in Annemasse, about 20mins tram ride just out of Geneva… This is where the locals eat as it was pretty packed on a Saturday lunch..

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There are many type of fondue to choose from.. From the classic to with herbs and tomato.. But always go for the classic.. Its the best

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Creamy, rich and indulging.. You just can’t go wrong.. Also their smoked raclette is a must try with boiled potatos, cold cuts and cornichon

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Nothing can beat melted cheese…

Once devouring soo much calories from the fondue and raclette, get some more indulgence at Mövenpick right by Lake Geneva or NYC cheesecake at the Cheesecake&Co in the University District

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For the cheesecake go for their signature vanilla cheesecake with caramel crust… Delicious…

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At Mövenpick, clean your palate with mango and passion fruit and their signature strawberry raspberry or indulge yourself with their swiss chocolate ice cream swirled in with chocolate bits…

But if you don’t want to sit in a restaurant, head to Globus supermarket right in Plaza du Molard for some awesome cheese, bread and deli meats, buy it and sit outside overlooking the lake..

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Like this delicious, creamy and light brie de Meaux with truffle infusion.. Heaven finger food!
Or maybe abit of roasted chestnut on Rue de Marche

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Try it and I think you will like it!

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2 thoughts on “What to eat in Geneva?

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