There is more to Café Boy than meets the eye. It’s a restaurant rather than a café, and a grown man rather than a boy – the building dates back to the early 20th century, although with it having recently been refurbished you couldn’t necessarily tell. In its current incarnation, Café Boy has existed since January 2010.
Café Boy serves up tasty Swiss cuisine with a Continental twist in a cosy, airy and welcoming atmosphere. The seasonal menu changes on a monthly basis. It has to be said, this place ain’t cheap, but it’s great for the occasional treat. Most dishes are available as starters or mains, and if there’s a few of you, it’s probably best to order a selection to share. Carnivores and veggies alike are catered for, though the former get a more inspired choice. Service is excellent, very attentive and friendly.
They’re now open for lunch too offering daily specials and a variety of light dishes.
Whether it’s for lunch or in the evening, I’d highly recommend booking a table. And note: Café Boy is open Monday to Friday only. I guess restaurant staff like to get the weekend off just like anybody else!