-By Salmoli Mukerji
Impressive façade, both alfresco and indoor seating, elaborate buffet counters. The spread is immense, from breakfast (at 6am) to lunch, dinner, afternoon tea and midnight snacking, they have it all (Breakfast Rs. 850 Lunch: Rs. 800 Dinner Rs. 1,300 Sunday Brunch Rs. 1,400. Taxes extra). Settle down with the Swiss-inspired European menu with sufficient Indian favourites tucked in. Café Swiss Fondue, vegetarian Roesti, Roast Rack of Lamb are good. On the buffet, there’s smoked salmon, pasta and risotto stations, cheese and chocolate fondue, huge spread of desserts... leaves very little to be desired. The sprawling 24-hour coffee shop at the Swissôtel impresses. Only wish the freshness of the food matched up to the high expectations.
Review posted more than 6 month ago
Cafe Swiss is big and has very impressive buffet counters. As the name suggests it serves Swiss inspired dishes and also Indian dishes.
In the Swiss European menu you have vegetarian Roesti, Cafe Swiss Fondue and Roast Rack of Lamb which are must haves. The Indian dishes are decent enough and you can give it a pass. Another attraction of Cafe Swiss is its 24 hour coffee shop.
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