Did you know that pot-au-feu is one of the most emblematic dishes of French gastronomy? This dish, made of beef meat that has been simmered in broth for a long time, is traditionally served with vegetables and marrow bone. Throughout the winter season, Auberge de Savièse offers you its pot-au-feu every Tuesday as a special day dish. As weather forecasters announce polar temperatures for the coming days, this is the opportunity to come and offer you a good lunch break to discover or rediscover this all too often forgotten dish from Geneva’s restaurants.