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Hello there everyone, I hope you are doing well!
Today I wanted to share my three favorite asian restaurants in Geneva, Switzerland. I am a huge asian cuisine lover, but I have to say, in Switzerland it’s pretty hard to find a good asian restaurant that isn’t crazy expensive and more importantly, that’s delicious.
I hope you’ll enjoy this blog post, please let me know if you’ve been to any of these restaurants in the comments below😊
Yukiguni – Ramen Bar
First off, we have a little restaurant called Yukiguni. It’s my favorite ramen bar in Geneva and also my favorite asian restaurant in Switzerland. This place is quite small but it’s always packed. They don’t take reservations so you better get there early! I usually have the pork ramen with a vegeterian broth and it’s always amazing. The noodles are cooked perfectly and the broth is super flavorful and not too salty. I always get the veggie broth when I have ramen because I find it less rich. The only thing I don’t like is that their pork belly slice is way too thin in my opinion.
You can also order take away which I had before and it was great. Their prices are reasonable, not cheap but definitely not the most expensive ramen I’ve had. The staff is always friendly and you get served quite quickly as well. I keep coming back!
Bao Steam Kitchen – Dumplings
Next, we have a fairly new asian restaurant in Geneva which is called Bao Steam Kitchen. Their speciality are Baos, chinese dumplings that are steamed. I’ve been there only once but I am dying to go back because I really liked it. Restaurants that make dumplings in Switzerland are quite rare (at least where I live) and I was so happy to discover this one. First of all, I loved how contemporary the place looks. And they have multiple dumpling choices, which all sound great. They also make some seasonal specials which is really cool. They even have some sweet ones for dessert! I had the chocolate and banana dumplings and they were really delicious. Definitely not cheap but their prices aren’t too crazy.
And last but not least, we have a taiwanese restaurant called Bao Canteen. This restaurant is dedicated to taiwanese street food. Their main specialty are Gua Baos, which you can see on the picture above (right). They have a couple different kinds of Baos, my favorite is the pork belly one. The little bread is so fluffy and light, like a cloud! Not crazy expensive, but definitely not cheap. I usually get the menu with two baos and their sweet potato fries (which are super delish) and it’s plenty enough for me. There is also a menu with 3 baos but that’s for big appetites! I really love the concept of this restaurant, definitely unique in Geneva. Love going there!
And there you go, these were my three favorite asian restaurants in Geneva. I hope you enjoyed this blog post, please let me know if you’ve been to any of the places I mentioned, I’d love to know your thoughts😊
Thank you so much for reading, have a great day/night and I will talk to you in my next blog post!
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