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Swiss Club Restaurant
European Restaurants

Melbourne CBD, 3000
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ABOUT Swiss Club Restaurant
European Restaurants

Take a stroll down Flinders Lane and wander in to The Swiss Club of Victoria where authentic Swiss fare and legendary hospitality will make you feel like you’re being welcomed home.

Situated on Level 1, the restaurant is at the centre of the club’s activities for its 500+ members but also invites guests to experience the best in Swiss dining.

Replicating a traditional Swiss ‘Gaststube’, the walls of the restaurant are adorned with golden cow bells, national flags and even an alphorn. These customary symbols along with the blonde-wood furniture and warm lighting create a cosy, familiar atmosphere.

There’s both formal and casual dining options and a variety of hearty Swiss culinary delights on offer. The menu features a mouth-watering selection of chicken and veal schnitzels, but the real highlight is their impressive cheese fondue; gruyere and Emmenthal cheese melted with a hint of garlic and white wine.

Less than a 10 minute walk from Flinders Street Station, find the Swiss Club Restaurant at 89 Flinders Lane, Melbourne.



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