La Suisse Restaurant Welcomes You
La Suisse Restaurant features authentic Suisse (Swiss) Cuisine and is now at its new location at TTDI. Since the opening in 1992, by Owner and Head Chef Mike Yap, La Suisse has gained great popularity and notoriety for their unique dishes and scrumptious deserts.
The restaurant has all the trimmings of a Swiss cafe. But no Swiss restaurant is complete without a cowbell, and one sits at the bar. When La Suisse opened in 1992, their menu was in three languages: English, German and French. Serving staff had to deal with customers enchanted with the novelty, testing staff with whatever little they knew of the foreign languages.
Now the menu is all in English.What’s left is an extremely friendly restaurant serving Swiss-French cuisine with a touch of German influence. The white table cloths with pastel green table runners and bright designer napkins on the tables are inviting, and set the mood for a cosy meal.
At La Suisse, the ‘Raclette’ appetiser is described as “hot slices of imported Swiss cheese with boiled potatoes, sweet gherkins and pickled baby onions.” Says Yap: “If I called it ‘Raclette’, not many diners would know.”
Please share with your friends. Thank you!