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Discover the South American flavours of Geneva


Geneva is becoming more and more multicultural every day, as proves the increasing diversity of cuisines that can be tasted in local restaurants. If the warmer weather makes you want to go on a vacation, the Color my Geneva team selected five Latino restaurants that will give you a taste of Summer and invites you on a culinary trip across South America to discover its delightful flavours.


L’amazona – Venezuela 



Our trip starts in Venezuela. L’Amazona is a small, cosy restaurant, opened from Tuesday to Saturday, that offers a range of typical Venezuelan dishes, such as arepas, cachapas and patacones. Don’t forget to try one of their fresh juices with your meal, they’re delicious!


Boulevard James-Fazy 14, 1201 Geneva


La Cocina – Argentina 



Moving southward, meat lovers will be pleased to discover La Cocina. It was founded by two brothers passionate about showcasing the best of the Argentinian cuisine. We recommend their famous chimichurri, an Argentinian specialty that will make your mouth water.


Rue de Saint-Jean 58, 1203 Geneva





Get ready for a journey across Peruvian cuisine. Everything is prepared with care and attention in order for you to have a great time. With the menu she created, Cecilia Zapata will certainly make you want to back your bags and fly to Peru. 


Rue Voltaire 11, 1201 Geneva



El Caribeño – Dominican Republic 



Next stop: the Caribbean, where we’ll soak in the Dominican sunshine surrounded by the scent of rice, beans, avocado, cooking bananas and many more. Que rico! How delicious! El Caribeño also shows live football games and welcomes you in a lively Dominican atmosphere.


Rue de la Navigation 23, 1201 Geneva



L’Arepa – Latin Street Food 



In a relaxed setting, L’Arepa offers a selection of small dishes, which are perfect for busy people craving quality food. Their menu even contains amazing cocktails, which makes it the perfect place for your next afterwork!


Rue des Deux-Ponts 33, 1205 Genève




Isabel G.-G – Journalist for Color my Geneva, all right reserved