Swiss Grill @ Coronation Plaza, Bukit Timah Road
French-Style Onion Soup @ S$7.90
I have replaced the picture here with a clearer one that I took during the day.
We started with a small serving of French-Style Onion Soup as we had to pace ourselves. The beef broth-based soup was robust and sweet with the distinctive flavour of caramelized onions. I generally prefer creamy soups to clear soups but this was pretty darn good as the stock was flavoursome and rich. The gratinated Gruyère crouton, though too hard for my liking, was delicious after it had been given the opportunity to absorb the rich beefiness of the soup.
Next we moved onto the meats, trying both the Angus 200 Day Grain-Fed Ribeye and the Wagyu Ribeye (@ S$55.90, served with a side of Fries or Mashed Potato).
The people at Swiss Butchery pride themselves on the quality, variety and knowledge of their meats. Likewise, Swiss Grill's Chef Colin West's philosophy is to prepare heartily honest dishes that allow the freshness and quality of the ingredients to shine through.
The marinated codfish fillet is complemented with herbed mayonnaise, marinated cherry tomatoes, lettuce and sandwiched between toasted parmesan-crusted buns. If you love buttery fish and rich creamy flavours as condiments, this is a Must-Try!
Grilled Sausages@ S$12.90 - S$13.90 for 2
Price is dependent on type of sausage. Served with Mashed Potatoes & Purple Cabbage
One of my favourite products at Swiss Butchery is the sausages because they are made in-house from good quality meats without too much salt. The Spicy Italian Sausages are firm and mildly spicy whilst the Pork and Cheese Sausages ooze melted cheese when bitten into. They are served here with homemade mashed potatoes and purple cabbage. I'm not a big fan of purple cabbage but I think sausages and potatoes are a match made in heaven.
Swiss Grill @ Coronation
#01-05 Coronation Shopping Plaza,
587 Bukit Timah Road,
Telephone: +65 6463-8080
11.30am – 10pm (Tuesdays to Sundays)