One of the first things I wanted to do in Geneva was have fondue. Arriving around lunch time in the city, I decided to book a table at Les Armures, one of the oldest restaurants in the city. We were seated promptly upon arrival and we started with the Swiss onion soup and escargot:
Both were good, but we were here for the main event, Fondue. We choose moitie-moitie which is a combo of Vacherin & Gruyere. I’m getting hungry just writing this and reliving the moment:
It was served with potatoes and bread for dipping. We would have fondue 2 more times on this trip, and these were always the accompaniments.
Overall, service was ok and the food was good. I would recommend this place for lunch if you are in the old part of the city. The interior has a very warm, rustic, Alpine feel.