Lobster lovers and their beef eating friends need no longer be at odds: Entre Homard et Cote will bring together food lovers from across the meat and fish divide. Simply put, this restaurant is one of Geneva’s first surf and turf spots, offering lobster and beef. Located in the heart of the Paquis, this may not be a restaurant you happen to walk by and check out. Its front room is industrial but colorful, and you may think that’s where it ends. But wander on through the door in the back and you’ll find another two cozier rooms if you’re looking to stay awhile.
If the name wasn’t obvious enough, this is a restaurant for lobster lovers: from raviolis to bisque to cheesecake (yup, you got that right: lobster cheesecake), to the quintessential lobster rolls. If you’re more turf than surf, the burger and steaks are there to ride you into the sunset. But the piece de resistance of course is the lobster itself, served by the half, from one of two coasts (with a substantial price difference in between). You’ll be licking your fingers clear through the meal (and you might even convince your beef eating friends to get their feet wet for a change).