Ô Calme Brunch

When the sunny days are back in Geneva (and trust us, they can be gone for a very long time), the terrace of this Big place is one of our favourite for a Sunday brunch.  It’s hard to guess as you come across Ô Calme that a hidden terrace is located at the back of the restaurant: we call it the garden of Eden. Mr. and Mrs Dowling settled down in Carouge and became known for their week-end brunches. You may enjoy them several ways, from 22.- to 38.- per person: salmon blinis, brunch for small appetites with bread, pancakes, scrambled eggs and a salad, brunch for Big appetites and finally a countryside version. Everything taste good, all of it is worth a visit and to cut the story short, Ô Calme puts a definite end to the ongoing rumour that there is nothing to do in Geneva on a Sunday.
PS: no credit card.  

Rue Ancienne 36, 1227 Carouge
Mon 10am-4pm; Tue to Sun 10am-6pm
Budget $

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