Cheese Fondue! That’s one dish you don’t hear every day. But in Swiss Deli, three different kind of special cheeses melted and mixed into a bowl of fondue is being served daily. These special cheeses are, Swiss Appenzeller, Emmenthal and Gruyer. Getting the correct pronunciation can be a challenge but not the taste because once you tried it, you’ll certainly going to love it. 

This restaurant in BF Paranaque is surely starting to be a talk of town not only from the people in the south but coming from as far as Quezon City and Binan, Laguna. People literally flocked to the place just to get a taste of their most popular Swiss sausages prepared by an authentic Swiss Butcher Chef all the way from Davao.  

Swiss Deli is a branch of three, two of which are located in Davao City. The Husband and wife chefs Rachel and Jeffry Lua opened the third branch in Metro Manila just over a year ago with the goal of offering quality Swiss dishes to the residents of the south. 

I was so fortunate to be invited to try these dishes with my wife who happened to love cheese. The dinner is quite intimate because there were just the two of us there to try the Swiss Deli’s specials. These mouth-watering dishes were evenly paced one by one so that we can have quality time to talk about it, take good photo shots and savor the taste of each one. 

As starters, we were served with an exceptionally special kind of Seafood chowder that was served in a bread bowl. It was very fun eating it because you get to consume the soup and eating the bowl as well. 

Right after, we were served with a different kind of Tuna Salad. The Mediterranean Pasta Salad is a mix of pasta, lettuce with tuna chunks all in one smothered with great tasting Italian dressing. My wife and I shared a single serving, but as it is, this dish is so filling. 

The Sausage platter is Swiss Deli’s bestseller. One serving is a composition of four different types of Swiss Sausages prepared by Rachel’s dad. This dish is best served as “pulutan” with ice-cold beer.

Pork knuckles is another Swiss Deli’s specialty because it is served with Sauerkraut. For people who loves crispy pata, then I’m sure you’re going to love this dish. The Sauerkraut makes the ordinary crispy pata or bagnet a lot better to eat. 

Our drinks were something exceptional too. We had the best tasting cocktail drinks minus the alcohol. The Basil lemonade and Pomegranate Mojito are just two of Swiss Deli’s collection of non-alcoholic drinks. Very safe for kids and very healthy. 

The Beef Ribs is something everyone should try. The meat is so tender that it really slide off from the bones when you pick them up. Cooked with savory sauce, this dish is best eaten with rice, fries or mashed potato.

Whatever dish you ordered here at Swiss Deli are highly recommended, but make sure you leave some space for desserts and never leave the restaurant without tasting three of the most satisfying sweets and desserts. So, note this two desserts. Apple Strudel and Caramel Cake. Got it?

So, if you’re planning to visit the south, drop by Swiss Deli, located at #321 Aguirre Street, BF Homes Paranaque City. They’re open seven days a week, from 10am to 10pm on weekdays and 8am to 10pm on weekends. Just drive along Aguirre street and look for “spatzle” the Cow. 


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