SUISSEPIC did likewise in early January, having a small tour around those huge galleries and several halls, and taking a look through the glass to the foggy Mont Salève.
Curious people driven by their appetite were flocking into one multinational group at the chefs’ table with hot meals. They were waiting for their chicken, beef or fish. And two chefs were making adorable jokes about the weather and the temperature of the dish. I previously encountered a similar peaceful atmosphere of food fun in the dining rooms of famous IT companies like Google or Russian Yandex.
“Rare or medium, miss?” he smiled back.
“Just the best one, monsieur”, I answered.
At the self-service station I added some healthy beans and salad to balance my lunch, accompanied by a cup of hot Chai tea. I took my place in front of the window, hoping to see the peacocks, who decided to hide.
Diplomatic food turned out to be simple but delicious.