Tuesday, November 10, 2020

Experience a culinary tour of Geneva Switzerland with famous dishes

Experience a culinary tour of Geneva Switzerland with famous dishes

 Geneva food tour will take you on a tour, discovering the culinary fun of this beautiful Swiss city!

Geneva city has always been a place with delicious taste, a series of pioneering bars, shops and cafes are helping to create a new path in the food industry. 

Explore Geneva culinary tour

Coming to this city, in addition to visiting famous tourist destinations, you can join Geneva culinary introduction programs or plan to have a tour of Geneva cuisine of your own! Opening the famous Swiss cheese dish!

 

Enjoy handmade cheeses at Fromagerie Bruand

You can feel the love that comes into each work created out of this irresistible attraction. Located on the edge of Geneva's old town, Bruand is a luxury treasure trove with stories that will make you swoon. There are about 300 types of handcrafted cheeses here, and they are aged, ripe or untreated. Look for specialties like Alpine cheese from Valais; tomme de brebis with fresh truffle mushroom; and Gruyère cheese ...

 

Cheese in Geneva - Geneva culinary tourCheese in Geneva

 

Sure Swiss cheese is the most worth trying on the Geneva culinary tour, but another equally interesting dish waiting for you to visit is chocolate!

 

Learn everything about chocolates on a local flavor discovery tour

Geneva has  its own Geneva culinary tour of chocolate, for about 3 hours with a local guide, where you will learn about the city's culture and history of chocolate truffles, pralines, petits fours more. Enthusiastic guides will take you backstage to meet chocolate experts who share how to make chocolate. You can also visit bakeries; ice cream parlor; and the chocolate bar where Grace Kelly, Winston Churchill and JF Kennedy were once enamored.


Late breakfast dating at Birdie

Find a snack at this charming Geneva-loved minimalist cafe as part of your Geneva culinary tour.  At Birdie, coffee comes with the great courtesy of a Florence barista, who takes the beans roasted using Fairtrade technology, then serves the coffee in your own style (from cortado to iced latte). Meanwhile, the cafe's chefs will make one of the best lunches in Geneva - anything from granola with apples to avocado toast with smoked salmon, hard-boiled eggs, and sandwiches.


Toast with handmade beers at Au Coin Mousse

For a cool craft beer, Au Coin Mousse is the best place to go. Near the Cornavin station, this gallery-style bar has a vibrant crowd and an ever-changing menu of craft beers is on display. Many of the 21 taps are available in one small glass, perfect for an impromptu tasting. Notably is Bière de Miel of Belgium, an organic honey-infused amber beer; and Swiss stout L'Amer Noirte, made with flavors of mocha, cocoa and licorice. These pair great with homemade burgers (try the ones topped with raclette cheese), bagels or toast.


Go for a walk at the farmers market

The next  destination in the Geneva culinary tour is the farmers market. When the sun is out of the sun, there's nothing more exciting than walking around a farmer's market. Food market in Plainpalais (open 9am to 2pm Tuesday and Thursday, and from 9am to 5pm on Sunday) are vendors selling fresh produce, cheese, saucisson, taste, honey and the like, as well as crêpes, falafel and porchetta tac (roast pork). Other great food markets include Marché du Boulevard Helvétique (open from 6:30 am to 2:15 pm Wednesday and Saturday), where families sell seasonal produce, mostly organic produce grown on Their rich ranch, as well as processed charcuterie meat, cheese, flowers, preservatives, local wine and roast chicken.


Try a meal at Intensus

If you love surprises, put yourself on the waiting list of the Intensus restaurant - the most famous culinary experience in Geneva . This is no ordinary restaurant: the chef and the location are only revealed 24 hours in advance. And upon arrival, you will find a beautifully furnished table for only 12 guests. The chef is present to serve you the champagne and personally explains about the finely composed 10-course menu of seasonal dishes. It's expensive (390 Swiss francs all with the right wines), but many say it goes way beyond any Michelin-starred meal they've ever eaten.

 

Reward yourself with Michelin-starred dishes - Geneva culinary tourReward yourself with Michelin-starred dishes

 

Explore the workplace of the chocolate master

Still chocolate but more special, this Geneva culinary tour takes you to the quaint neighborhood of Geneva where chocolatier Philippe Pascoët performs his magic. Inspired by places, moods and moments, his artfully designed chocolate cakes - laced with herbs and spices - go beyond chocolate.  Be sure to try his thick dark chocolate bars, and pralines with passion fruit or caramel fleur de sel.


Taste the best street food in Geneva

Around 10 food trucks regularly serve snacks to midday crowds at various locations across town. Try The Hamburger Foundation (great American burgers), Truck F (gourmet bagels), Funky BBQ (slow-smoked ribs, pork sandwiches and craft beer), Elsalad ( salads and rolls) and Debi's Kitchen (Asian healthy food) are great for Geneva street food! And for more delicious food, the city will hold the Geneva street food festival  in August on Promenade Saint-Antoine Street, with the participation of DJs and winemakers.

Food will inspire you to discover the largest French-speaking city in Switzerland! Are you ready for a Geneva culinary tour ?

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