Oh be aware you might book a table to this brunch by the end of the article! It is a deeeeelicious thing to do!
For this brunch blog post I will be sharing my experience and thoughts of the Geneva-known Brunch at Hotel President Wilson!
Poolside Terrace P. Wilson Hotel
I was lucky to go there during nice weather season … God Bless Summer in Geneva… too short but so sweet!
So we where in the terrace by the poolside where the Umami serves usually its guests. So you know the view is Wow and the atmosphere is relaxed-chic (I just made that up)
Relaxed-Chic (def) – when you know that people would be super dressed if it was not because it is Sunday and we are brunching… capish?
Can we talk about the foooood now?!
I mean … this was food coma just by looking at it. Tartare bar, Lebanese mezzes, super fresh fish & fish dishes (carpacios, ceviches … you name it it is there) deserts that are TDF (All) and more more more!
Chef Michel Roth is the executive chef of the hotel, so everything is under his eye… result: everything is spotless.
BTW this is just the starters! Yes! They also have an a la carte menu to choose from. So this depends on the day but we had the Provence theme!
Also we enjoyed a glass of bubbly to start with the right foot! It was my husbands birthday so we needed to celebrate ♥
I am so hungry writing this post it is unreal!!
Back to business, the buffet is total crazy! I think I tried almost everything… except the bread and croissants ( I did not want to use valuable belly space with bread.. You know priorities)
President Wilson Brunch in 6 points:
Food: Very diverse and delicious, there is really a lot of choice.
Concept: Buffet (all you can eat) + you can order warm dishes a la carte
Atmosphere: Relaxed – chic (definition above), lake view during Summer and winter (inside)
Prices: 84 CHF per person (Mineral water, soft drinks and juices included)
Location: Inside President Wilson Hotel
LivinGeneva tips: Take you time … and save space for dessert.
So please enjoy the pictures to make yourself an idea of this out-of-this-world brunch!
Have you ever been to the Brunch at President Wilson? What are your thoughts?
Diana was born and raised in Mexico and considers Geneva her second home. She studied Hospitality at Les Roches School of Hotel Management in Switzerland and loves to share everything regarding food, travel, hotels and special spots. She hold several collaborations including Kempinski Hotels, Dorchester Collection Hotels, Forbes Travel Guide, Caviar House & Prunier and many more.
She writes at livingeneva.com, dianacasalis.com regularly and has occasional collaborations with: EasyJet magazine, Forbes & other blogs.