Swiss Culture Restaurant

July 30, 2012 Ivan Teh - RunningMan 0 Comments

Swiss Culture Restaurant 
3 Temasek Boulevard
#03-006 Suntec City 



http://www.swissculture.com.sg/ 





Good, Satisfying Food 


(Ratings: On a scale of 1 to 10, with 1 = Worst and 10 = Best)
Overall: 7
Ambience & Setting: 6
Food & Beverage: 7
Service: 9
Value for Money: 7
Spent about SGD $25 per person.




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Swiss Culture Restaurant has been in this location at Suntec City ever since its opening in 2002. It is somewhat of an odd location, since you can't actually approach Swiss Culture Restaurant directly, instead having to pass by 2 other restaurants to get here, including the popular Japanese buffet Kuishin-Bo. But it's well worth dining here! 


What I like best about Swiss Culture Restaurant is their friendly, efficient and attentive service staff. You can tell staff are knowledgable about their food, and happy with their work... All of which leads to a more pleasant experience for customers. 


The food portions are Swiss Culture Restaurant are relatively large, and good value for money. Generally, their food is tasty and full of flavour. Their signature dishes are generally better, but their other items on the menu are pretty good as well. Swiss cuisine is known for its use of Cheese, and this ingredient is liberally applied in many dishes here. 


I only have 1 complaint about Swiss Culture Restaurant... Their dishes have a little too much oil for my liking. That aside, I'll definitely dine at Swiss Culture Restaurant again! 




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The only noticable difference between a traditional Latte and their Schale (Suisse Latte), is the amount of milk used. The Schale (Suisse Latte) has more milk added, which makes it slightly creamier in texture. 


Schale (Suisse Latte)






The Gratin Half Shell Scallop & Mussels With Melted Swiss Cheese features fresh seafood, covered with mozzarella cheese. Good, but it would have been even better if the quality of seafood was the absolute freshest and premium. Quite value for money at SGD $11.90. 


Gratin Half Shell Scallop & Mussels With Melted Swiss Cheese 01






Gratin Half Shell Scallop & Mussels With Melted Swiss Cheese 02






The Swiss Pork Sausage With Rosti Potato is a classic Swiss dish. A huge meaty house-made pork sausage accompanies a well cooked rosti potato, with a crisp outer shell and soft interior. Topped with sweet caramalized onions and brown meat gravy, with a side of fresh salad. Excellent signature dish, at SGD $20.70. 


Swiss Pork Sausage With Rosti Potato 01






Swiss Pork Sausage With Rosti Potato 02






The Chicken Zurich Style With Rosti Potato features their signature rosti potato, fresh salad, and chicken slices cooked with mushrooms, in a white wine and butter sauce. The sauce was fantastic, and really addictive. Highly recommended, at SGD $20.70. 


Chicken Zurich Style With Rosti Potato 01






Chicken Zurich Style With Rosti Potato 02






Cheese Fondue is another Swiss classic. This has emmental cheese and gruyere cheese melted with Fendant wine, also known as Chasselas Blanc, a dry, fruity white wine from Switzerland. It's accompanied by cubes of house-made boule bread for dipping. While tasty and filling, I like it more for its fun factor! Costs SGD $42.70 by itself. You may add additional ingredients like vegetables, chicken slices, pork sausage slices or cubes of beef sirlion at an additional price. 


Dipping Bread 01






Dipping Bread 02






Cheese Fondue 01






Cheese Fondue 02






Cheese Fondue 03






Cheese Fondue 04






Cheese Fondue 05












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