Enter the enchanted universe of Arabesque, the most popular Lebanese restaurant in Geneva, and discover the delicacies of traditional Lebanese cuisine of the young chef Joseph Moubayed.
Succumb to the charms of the Orient and The Arabian Nights as you enjoy lunch or dinner at Arabesque.
A blend of white leather and black lacquer enveloped in soft lighting provides a beautiful backdrop for the menu of Lebanese specialties.
From grilled meat and fish to hummus and tabouleh by way of a delectable selection of cold and hot mezzes to treat the tastebuds of even the most demanding gastronomes.
Arabesque earned the distinction of a Michelin “bib gourmand,” the category for restaurants serving a quality three-course menu (appetizer, main course, and dessert) for a maximum of 59 Swiss francs.
© Matthew Shaw et Lenaka, Hotel President Wilson
Key pointsArabesque is considered the best Lebanese restaurant in Geneva. Product Restaurant
- 50 CHF
Average price « à la carte » based on one appetizer and one main dish (excluding drinks, according to the menu provided by the restaurant)
Ideally located on the shores of Lake Geneva, Arabesque faces the lake and is just a 10-minute walk from Geneva’s Cornavin train station, as well as easily accessible via public transportation. The hotel offers free underground parking when you have lunch or dinner at Arabesque.
AddressQuai Wilson, 47 1201 Genève
Open 7 days a week
- Lunch 12pm - 2:30pm
- Dinner 7pm - 11pm
Open the beginning of July thru the end of May