To taste a good fondue, Swiss wine and local produce, go to "Les Armures" (ww.hotel-les-armures.ch/fr/restaurant-geneve.php). Located in the hotel that bears the same name, you can sit in the lower floor, also known as the artists' room, or go down to the Carnotzet basement, which looks like a cellar. In addition to this, during the summer they open a terrace outside, on a quiet pedestrian street. When you are near the theatres looking for a French cuisine spot, try "Le Lyrique" (www.cafe-lyrique.ch), a warm place with astounding, tear-shaped lamps on the roof and large mirrors on the walls, where you can sample wonderful fish and salads. Or let yourself be surprised by the whiteness of the tablecloths of the outside tables of the "Café du Centre", on one of the big corners of the Place du Molard. Its location, its seafood bar and its long wine menu make it very popular, so don't forget to book a table in advance to taste the delicacies served in this gastronomic institution of the city.
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