The restaurant features a new contemporary dining room with improved seating for more than 300 customers, a ‘watering hole’ bar area with televisions and a private room with sliding barn doors.
Swiss Chalet is also testing new menu items, created by chef Tallis Voakes, including a protein-packed salad, sriracha-honey brussel sprouts, taco poutine and deep-fried mac-and-cheese balls.
“The renovation to this 35-year-old franchise and the new menu items are a glimpse into our future, reflecting our goal of modernizing one of Canada’s most iconic restaurant brands,” says Swiss Chalet’s president, Ken Otto. “Whether you’re dining in or picking up dinner to go, our goal with the new concept is to create a welcoming, cool and casual environment.”
The redesign by Jump Branding and Design will eventually be rolled out to other key markets in Canada.