I enjoyed my visits to L’Amalfi so much over the past few months, I figured it was time to give some of the other Frutiger establishments a try. Le Sesflo has consistently enjoyed rave reviews over the past few years, and so I thought I’d go check it out for myself. Le Sesflo and L’Amalfi’s menus are not entirely dissimilar, they tend to specialize in various pasta and risotto dishes and both venues seem to be committed to qualiy, but Le Sesflo is perhaps a little more of an upscale establishment. The restaurant’s interior design certainly reflects a modern and sophisticated style, at least by Geneva’s standards. However, overall my preference goes to L’Amalfi just because I think their food is infused with so much more flavor and the staff is really friendly. Le Sesflo was a satisfying experience though and I’d definitely go back and try some of their other dishes.
Pictured below: An octopus salad starter followed by a shrimp and scallop risotto.