Dunia is primarily the concept that provided these five letters refering to “the world” in Sanskrit: a concept of the art of furniture making, both ethnic and contemporary, all the way from Southeast Asia. But in the world, we must also treat our belly, right? So, in 2009, Dunia dreamed up a gourmet space that would sit inside the old 1930s’ factory, and in 2003, just a few steps from downtown. Alongside antiques and contemporary furniture, lies Café Dunia. The head cook has magic fingers. She does not mess around when it comes to the cuisine of her country. From 11:30am each day of the week until 4pm, you can taste her delights, relax over tea or coffee on the spot, or order to-go. Starters are priced at the unique price of 13.-, main courses are 25.- and of course, the plat du jour is always available. Our big food weakness: fried noodles with basil leaves, red or green curry, ginger chicken and duck with five spices. And mango sticky rice. And tofu stir fry with vegetables. And beef salad. And, uh, well, you got it, you must check it out. We promise, you will not feel as though you’re in Geneva. Tip: Dunia can also be rented for private events upon request.
Ch Frank-Thomas 12, 1208 Geneva
Lun à ven 11h30-16h; jeu 11h30-21h