Bhumi Pednekar's Day Out In Geneva Had Swiss Eclairs And Fondue

What’s the point of visiting the land of chocolates if you don’t indulge in some treats? Bhumi Pednekar who is being honoured as a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum in Geneva recently shared a series of snaps from her day out in the Swiss city and naturally, it featured quite a few local delicacies, including the very popular fondue! 

Bhumi shared a snippet of a fondue bowl which she enjoyed at the historic Les Amures hotel in Geneva which is quite famous for its Swiss haute cuisine. The steaming pan of molten cheese came with some bread to dip it in. Swiss fondue which is typically served in a heated fondue pot or caquelon has been promoted as a Swiss national dish by the Swiss Cheese Union to increase the consumption of cheese; a classic Swiss fondue is typically made with two to three different kinds of aged cheeses and is served with a side of bread and potatoes for dipping 

Bhumi also shared a couple of videos of a delectable range of chocolates including milk, white and dark varieties. She also shared a video of herself enjoying an indulgent Swiss chocolate eclair. Bhumi who doesn't mind some mindful indulgences happens to be a dessert lover; the actor has admitted her love for Indian mithai in the past and also enjoys fusion confections. 

Bhumi who is also a climate activist was invited to join global leaders in Geneva for the World Economic Forum, where she will be inducted as a Young Global Leader of the world. “I’m proud to be a Young Global Leader from India at the World Economic Forum! This motivates me to dedicate every minute of my life for social good. This recognition is even more special because it comes on the eve of my 10th year in cinema next year!” she said.