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At this Melbourne restaurant, foodies can take off on an exciting culinary journey to Switzerland. Often overshadowed by the cuisine of its bigger neighbours Germany, Italy and France, Swiss cuisine is delicious and worthy of more attention in and of itself. At the Swiss Club of Victoria on Flinders Lane in Melbourne's CBD you can try a range of traditional Swiss dishes for yourself – book ahead for a dining experience you won’t forget.
It was a great evening from start to finish, great service, kind and friendly staff, and yummy food, from paté to start, to cheese fondue to chocolate mousse to wrap it up!!
We are regular diners - we wouldn't keep returning if we didn't really like everything about the Swiss Club!
I come frequently and bring friends, because it’s extremely pleasant to be able to have conversations over dinner a real rarity, which brings us back.
Decorated in the style of a traditional Swiss gaststube with blonde-wood furniture, Swiss Club of Victoria is full of authentic charm and at this Melbourne CBD restaurant you’ll experience legendary Swiss hospitality. Swiss cuisine takes inspiration from some German, Italian and French dishes, but gives them its own twist, and on the menu at the Swiss Club of Victoria you’ll find a range of choices that represent this distinctive central European confluence admirably.
Try the bünder teller (thinly-shaved air-dried beef served with cornichons and cocktail onions) or some fleischkäse (rösti with meatloaf and a fried egg) to start with before tucking into a hearty Swiss main dish. We recommend the rehpfeffer (venison goulash with spätzli and red cabbage) and the half roasted duckling in a port wine sauce, or you could share the decadent cheese fondue which comes served alongside bread and apples. Pair your meal with some imported Swiss wine and beer, or try some Rivella, Switzerland's most popular soft drink. For a taste of authentic Swiss cuisine in Melbourne’s CBD book a table at Swiss Club of Victoria on Flinders Lane.