As we walked in, each diner will be given a card where they charge your purchases to. This is an excellent place to dine in if you want to go for Dutch. Nevermind, that they have alot of Swiss flag hanging around.
The first on our list was the pork. Nothing on the plate except for some light brown sauce. You have to order their sides to make it complete. I like to eat the meat on it's own without the sauce as I felt the sauce didn't quite complement the meat. The thick juicy grilled pork is really chewy.
This little bowl of vege cost me $5.50. Not worth the price but I like the mushrooms so I filled 3/4 of the mini bowl with mushrooms. Only one piece of zuchini left and I took it. They should top of the vege more often especially when they know the stock is low.
Rosti is not my favorite. But apparently, it's eveyone's favorite. Don't get me wrong. They taste quite nice except that I don't really like potatoes. Except for those mushy type that melts in your mouth, I don't fancy an entire dish of potatoes. The sausage is pretty ok.
Root beer is a must especially when it's my favorite brand.
This is Spanish rice and this is the first time I have spanish rice. It looks really messy. I kept on eating the rice so much so that I hardly touch the ingredients they included into the rice. I like the taste and the fragrace.
On the whole, the food was good but a little pricey. For that price, I could have gone to a better restaurant. Just my thoughts.