Le Rémor

Once upon a time in the village of Forno di Zoldo, 3 brothers from a family of blacksmiths decide to leave their village to conquer the world of home-made gelato. Peppino opens shop on Place du Cirque in 1921. From father to son for 4 generations, the legacy is now in the hands of Antoine Rémor who ardently shows us that a small retro café can be Big. Our favorites: the 3 original (and seasonal) salad combo, – the idea came from Antoine’s father – the famous gelato obviously and last but not least, the unbelievable cheesecake!

PS: since 2015, you can also brunch every Sunday at the Remor Café from 9am to 3pm. The Swiss brunch offers röstis, cuchaule (a sweet bun with safran) cheese and different types of dry meats; the Canadian brunch includes a bison burger, with French Toast or bacon and eggs. May we suggest you book a table if you wish to brunch at the Remor.

Place du Cirque 3, 1204 Geneva
Mon to Thu 7am-midnight; Fri-Sat 7am-1am; Sun 7.30am-midnight

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