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Cafe Swiss

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Filled with charming Swiss hospitality, Café Swiss is an all-day dining restaurant that is designed in a stylishly modern architecture. For starters, try our tempting selection of appetisers, salads and soups from the bistro-styled menu. Alternatively, you can create your own sandwich or relish in a juicy burger.

Mon - Wed: 06:00 - 22:30

Thu - Sat: 06:00 - 22:00

Sun: 06:00 - 22:30

+65 64316156
$36 based on 33 submissions
Dinner (13 votes), Quiet (12 votes), Buffet (11 votes)
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Cafe Swiss - delicacy with good views

The Cafe Swiss is an elegantly, soothingly-darkly lit restaurant that is aptly described as its counterpart outlet in Swissotel Tallinn as “a modern restaurant with an inviting aura of contemporary elegance, warmth and a breath or inspirational charm”.   The quietly polite waiter escorted us to our reserved table after checking with us if we would like buffet or ala carte dinner; we opted for the latter, setteld in, and placed our orders.   Amelia* had the Sole Fish Fillet – creamily baked to tender perfection, bringing out the freshness of the sweet-fleshed fish. The flavours of this healthy dish was jazzed up with fine sprinkles of herbs / spices and are served alongside sweet cherry tomatoes, tiny chunks of baked potatoes and asparagus. She delighted in the colorful arrangement of this dish as well as the tastiness of it.   I had the Crispy Pork Knuckle served in a pan, surrounded by German potato salad, radish chunks and whole-grain mustard. It was a very hearty dish, one eaten best over drinks – I loved the crispiness of the skin of course, as unhealthy as it probably was. The meat within was firm but not hard, and while rather bland, the texture was great when chewed along with the crisps of its skin. The mustard grains and chunks of radish and potatoes were delicious as well, but too much to take in overall; it was a rather large portion, which is good news for the big eaters.   For more detailed information and photos, do visit: http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2013/12/dinner-at-cafe-swiss-swissotel.html

 

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• 03 Oct 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

One of the worst buffet selection!

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I paid about $53 for lunch buffet for 2 persons after 1 for 1 promo. It is really not worth it.
Selection was lousy and quality of the food was poor! Thank goodness I was mentally prepared after reading about the reviews that the cafe was hot!
I should have patronised Buffet Town instead which is located in th
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• 09 May 2014 • 33 reviews • 0 follower

Decent international buffet lunch

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Cafe Swiss serves decent international buffet lunch, with a capacity of 210 dine in restaurant. The restaurant uses natural lighting from its overhead glass roof thus it can get pretty warm on a hot day.
Though the food selection isn't much but it serves slightly better quality of food. Just because it is located in town area, it cost slightly more than other buffets. However for the price I'm paying with the spread, I would go else where more money worthy places. Read more on http://nkikichua.blogspot.sg/2014/05/cafe-swiss-swissotel-singapore.html
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• 16 Feb 2014 • 445 reviews • 7 followers

Cafe Swiss - delicacy with good views

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The Cafe Swiss is an elegantly, soothingly-darkly lit restaurant that is aptly described as its counterpart outlet in Swissotel Tallinn as “a modern restaurant with an inviting aura of contemporary elegance, warmth and a breath or inspirational charm”.   The quietly polite waiter escorted us to our reserved table after checking with us if we would like buffet or ala carte dinner; we opted for the latter, setteld in, and placed our orders.   Amelia* had the Sole Fish Fillet – creamily baked to tender perfection, bringing out the freshness of the sweet-fleshed fish. The flavours of this healthy dish was jazzed up with fine sprinkles of herbs / spices and are served alongside sweet cherry tomatoes, tiny chunks of baked potatoes and asparagus. She delighted in the colorful arrangement of this dish as well as the tastiness of it.   I had the Crispy Pork Knuckle served in a pan, surrounded by German potato salad, radish chunks and whole-grain mustard. It was a very hearty dish, one eaten best over drinks – I loved the crispiness of the skin of course, as unhealthy as it probably was. The meat within was firm but not hard, and while rather bland, the texture was great when chewed along with the crisps of its skin. The mustard grains and chunks of radish and potatoes were delicious as well, but too much to take in overall; it was a rather large portion, which is good news for the big eaters.   For more detailed information and photos, do visit: http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2013/12/dinner-at-cafe-swiss-swissotel.html

 
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