Cross the Pont du Mont-Blanc and, after walking down the opulent Rue du Rhône, you'll be at "Le Relais de l'Entrecôte" (www.relaisentrecote.fr). In this charismatic 1912 building you will find, as well as this restaurant, a number of expensive boutiques and luxurious shops. "Le Relais de l'Entrecôte" has a long tradition: its origins can be traced back to Paris in the 1950s. And yes, the aroma of meat in its sauce with potatoes is sure to make anyone hungry. If you would like to continue to sample the marvellous French cuisine, do not miss the "Brasserie Lipp" (www.brasserie-lipp.com), open since 1986 on the Rue de la Confédération. A great place to go to at the end of your day out exploring Geneva, because their kitchen is open until after midnight.
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