Swiss Restaurant is located on Jalan Legian, about 200m from the new Mercure on Jalan Padma. The venue is rather noticeable from the street as it looks like a small chalet from the Alps, just between a tourist shop and a massage parlor. It is owned by a Swiss German who has lived in Bali for over 30 years.

You would have guessed it yourselves, Swiss Restaurant is specializing in Swiss dishes. They also serve the typical international fare that can be found in any restaurants in Kuta. You can have a look at the full menu on their website below. Note that they serve "raclette" and "fondue", but on a plate instead of the traditional sharing casserole.
Tomato Salad (Rp15,000 net)
Cut Veal Zurich Style (95,000rp net)
I tried the Zurgschnetzlets mit Rosti (Rp95,000 net) - Cut Veal Zurich Style - which I found just ok for the price. I don't know how it is supposed to taste though so if there are Swiss readers of this blog who tried Swiss Restaurant, I'll be happy to receive a comment. My salad was very simple but cheap and tasty. Definitely worth trying!
Overall: Swiss Restaurant is decently priced, good enough, centrally located and a with an original design. I recommend it if your hotel is nearby, or if you are a big fan of Swiss food.

Swiss Restaurant (Legian - Kuta)
Jalan Raya Legian
Phone number: +62 (0) 361 762 345

Email: bali-swiss@gmx.net

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