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Au P'tit Bonheur
8 Reviews
Categories:  Restaurants  >  French

"4 ch. des Cornillons, Chambesy"

phone: (022) 758 0848
website: http://www.auptitbonheur.ch
Member Reviews (8)
Apr 9, 2007 by Crepe
"Friendly place, also for the family. The card is different from what you mostly see, but I find it slightly too expensive. For example with the brunch for 28 CHF they could serve Tea or Coffee ? gogo. Or even make a buffet."
Apr 4, 2007 by moret_bee
"Just a few minutes drive from Nation. Parking is not a problem. Food very good value and exceptional quality. Love the home-made cr?me br?l?e to end a meal.
The atmosphere is relaxing. The owner and his staff are friendly and attentive, they try very hard to provide the best possible service experience for customers.

I highly recommend this restaurant!!"
Apr 3, 2007 by dochydrogen
"Went for Sunday brunch. Not busy, good service, very good eggs benedict. Lovely terasse and lots of potential - probably needs a few more people to find out about it!"
Apr 3, 2007 by peggles
"Sunday brunch: Yummy Eggs Florentine and the fried potatoes were delicious! Great potential, especially for summer barbies on the terasse. Am looking forward to my next visit!"
Apr 2, 2007 by ratshell
"Just went for lunch: no music, no atmosphere, hardly any guests, boring salad AND it was expensive. Perhaps I need to try it in the evening or for Sunday brunch in case I missed the point."
Mar 27, 2007 by genevapeanut
"Loved this restaurant..have gone here for brunch and dinner! They have friendly service, a charming atmosphere, and a lovely terrasse under the shade of a big poplar tree..looks heavenly! Can't wait to try this terrasse in spring/summer!"
Mar 22, 2007 by marieka
"Finally a place that does Eggs Florentine / Benedict!!! Finally a Caesar Salad! The restaurant is in a calm, quiet area in Chambesy and the dining room has lovely stone walls. There is a large terrasse, protected from the road by a wall, which should be open soon for the summer ('07) season. I can't wait for the al fresco dining in the shade of the big tree!"
Mar 18, 2007 by Simone
"The team has put together a Menu of traditional French Cuisine, in addition to an extensive Salad Menu (Caesar's, Cobb and Waldorf Salads,...) and a typical Sunday Brunch. Loved the Caesar salad...memories of the USA...A terrasse promises some nice evenings in the summer time..."
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