This is a rather old-fashioned, up-stairs establishment that can be only be reached via elevators. Whilst the Swiss are renowned for making chocolates, Swiss food has never received the same degree of acclaim. In Melbourne's diverse food scene, it is overwhelmingly under represented. In fact, I only heard about this place because the Mac kids mentioned sometimes ordering dinner from there. Thus M and I ventured there to try it out and see if it could be added to our list of dinner order options.
For the most part, it was a very enjoyable dining experience. The restaurant reminded me of a cabin in the Swiss alps and the various things hanging on the walls were quite entrancing. Service was slightly mechanical at the beginning, but became smoother as the meal progressed. The chefs made several appearances which also livened things up a bit. Unsurprisingly, there were a few rather intriguing choices on the menu: I ordered a curry - so go figure.