Tried for first time Peruvian food. Octopus as a starter and scallops as a main dish. Both were really nice cooked and flavoured.
After having lunch at the restaurant, great food. I was happy to see that there was a dog, who was actually sitting on the chair, in the restaurant, I assumed that it was a dog friendly restaurant. I decided to go back 2 days later and organized a birthday dinner for a friend. When we arrived they said dogs were not allowed. After I explained that I had seen a dog there 2 days earlier while having lunch I was told that this was an exception as it was the owners son's dog. Not a very good excuse. One of the waitresses was very understanding and apologized, the manager of the restaurant stuck to his lame story so we left. I think that it was a real shame, as there was no sign on the door stating no dog allowed. The food is good so a really pity, but you should go without your dog! Will not be going back or recommending the place. Shame as I heard they have a catering service and as I'm an event planner, was hoping to try more of the food.
I had never tried Peruvian food before and I must admit I was positively surprised! Although the location of this restaurant isn't the best in Geneva and the building could be improved, the inside is very pretty. Service was very good and my mouth was very happy with the various mixes they proposed. Not too spicy but tasty enough. Definitely recommend this uncommon cuisine (for Switzerland).
Picked by one of my colleagues for a farewell dinner, I did not disappoint. While I didn't think I'd be eating Peruvian cuisine in Geneva, Pachacamac was a good find tucked away near the Cornavin train station, from the tasty muse bouche, appetizer and entree to the wine, dessert and coffee. Service seemed a bit slow, though our large party of about 35 people could have had something to do with it. At the same time, it was a weekday. So I'd have to go back under different circumstances to try it again, which I certainly would. The bill was not cheap, at almost $100 per person, but that seems to be par for the course in Geneva.
It is definitely worth the visit, there is still an hour. Great new visitor center and museum and good bathrooms. Very nice cafe. Bring water, as it is very hot, go as early as possible. We used one of their guides and it was worth it, what else can be better understood. Amazing is built in the center of the desert.