Time Out says
Japanese-fusion restaurant from the Nobu stable with a superb rooftop terrace.
The newest restaurant from the luxury Four Seasons Hotel is this Japanese-fusion affair from the Nobu stable, and it’s a welcome addition to a country that isn’t exactly awash with quality Japanese food. Drawing on Nikkei cuisine, a selection of beautifully prepared sashimi, tuna tartar and tempura gives way to larger fusion dishes such as lobster and foie gras kadaifi with terriyaki and truffle, and a gorgeous black cod miso zuke, followed by a chocolate bento box with matcha ice cream. It’s an intimate, cosy kind of place, so in winter it’s best to book early to secure one of the few tables indoors. However the real draw – apart from the food – is the serene rooftop terrace that looks out on to Lake Geneva and the jet d’eau.