Have to agree with the only other review of this little restaurant. It is a delightful little creperie in the centre of the Old Town. Where so much is touristy or deliberately "arty" and manicured, here was al modest but lovely little creperie. Service from our waiter (a gentle, friendly Brazilian, I think) was so nice. And our crepes were fantastic! as good as you could wish for. So why not five stars? Well, a new waitress arrived and our waiter left. We had finished and were ready to leave. She spent a good ten minutes talking to him (he out in the street, she in the doorway, giving an occasional glance into the restaurant). I caught her eye once and she turned away from me and continued chatting to him. Caught her attention again and rubbed my thumb and forefinger together to indicate that we wanted to pay. Again she looked at me and turned her face away. Eventually we got up and went to the counter. She ambled across and said "Ok, what did you have?" Did it never occur to her that it was part of her job to know? I outlined all that we had eaten and drunk and she had the nerve to reply "Yes, that's what is written down here". Is it too much to expect that a person employed in a service business should provide the basics of good service. If she finds her job to be a boring cul-de-sac, can she not leave it and let one of the many dedicated, energetic, unfortunately unemployed people out there take over from her?
What had promised to be a happy dining experience turned sour at the end. However, I would go back there on my next visit to Geneva in the hope that this person is no longer employed in Le Rozzel.
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