This small restaurant lures lawyers, bankers, and fashionable Genevois with its easygoing charm and rustic Italian fare. Roberto Carugati, who opened the family restaurant in 1978, turned it over to his daughter Marietta before he passed away. His artwork still adorns the walls and dishes like melt-in-the-mouth gnocchi with butter and sage, grilled sole, and risotto with saffron continue to make this a popular destination. Unusual and rare Italian wines keep conversation flowing into the night.
10 rue Pierre-Fatio, Geneva, 1204, Switzerland