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El Meson Suizo Restaurant PDF Print E-mail
Written by Donna Anderson   
Wednesday, 21 October 2009 20:00

meson_suizo_thumbnail.jpgEl Mesón Suizo Restaurant is a great place to visit for lunch or dinner.  It is located on the PanAmerican highway, just past the turn-off to El Valle.  Our dinner last night at El Mesón Suizo was excelente.  The Rosti (grated potato) with mushrooms and Swiss Cheese is something you must try.  The flavors in this dish keep you coming back for more.  

 

Restaurant Name:

El Mesón Suizo 

Type of Food Served:

Swiss, International and seafood specialties

Location:

It is located on the PanAmerican highway, about 2 blocks past the turn-off to El Valle, on the right hand side. Set slightly off the highway, which helps to eliminate much of the road noise.  

Hours of Operation:

11:30 AM to 10 PM
 

Days Closed:

Tuesday

Contact Info:

240-8657 

Website:

N/A

Manager:

Heinz & Bridgie

Open Since:

January 2009

Setting:

Open-air Bohio style environment with cloth covered tables and locally made chairs.  They have well trained wait staff who are attentive and helpful.   

Parking:

Lots of parking just beside the restaurant

Menu:

El Mesón Suizo has an extensive menu that is printed in Spanish and English.  
To starting your meal there is a choice of hot & cold appetizers, soups and/or salads.  The menu has a good selection of entrees including poultry, pork and beef. The seafood entrees start a $6.25 for snapper up to $20.50 for grilled lobster in garlic sauce.  Chef Heinz also offers a special weekly menu that includes a vegetarian entree.
There are several Swiss specialty dishes including a sampler plate for 2 people at $25 and cheese fondue for $15/per person.
A “must” try is the Rosti, shredded potato with mushroom and Swiss cheese.  
A special children’s menu is included as well a tempting array of decadent desserts.   

Beverages:

Besides the regular selection of beverages El Mesón Suizo offers German and Belgium beers served in glass steins.  Prices for the imported beers are $2.75 to $4.50.  

Wine:

A good selection of wines from the US, Chile, Greece, Spain and Argentina.  Prices range from $3.75/glass to $42.50 for a bottle of Argentinean wine.   

Corkage:

$8 

Main Meal Price Range:

Appetizers: $3.50 to $8.50
Entrees: Poultry, pork or beef - $9.95 to $15.50
Seafood: $6.25 to $20.50
Swiss Specialty Dishes – up to $25
Desserts: $2.50 to $4.50

Comments:

We were very pleased with our meal at El Mesón Suizo.  The Mesón Suizo style soup had a delicate flavor that subtly changed when you mixed in the cream & tomato puree that was floating on top.  The beers we tried had very distinctive flavors and were pleasing to the palate.
We will be back real soon to try the Wiener Schnitzel and of course the Rosti

They accept Visa & Mastercard 


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