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‘Our philosophy at Edelweiss Fine Swiss Food, is to give you and your tastebuds an experience you will not forget,’ says Chef Annina who works closely with local farmers and producers to bring the best regional ingredients to the table. She creates unique Swiss inspired dishes with Australian produce. 

Swiss food is a medley of the Alps and takes its influences from bordering countries: Italy, France, Germany, Austria and Liechtenstein. 

‘We invite you to experience unique Swiss hospitality, enjoying food from regions such as the mountains of Grisons or Zermatt, a grotto in Ticino, a restaurant in Zurich or on the lake of Geneva’, says Annina.

‘Autumn showcases rich hearty delicacies, and the upcoming winter season is a favourite with our customers as we feature our Traditional Swiss Cheese Fondue.’

Edelweiss are also experienced caterers; whether you have a dinner party, birthday celebration or staff dinner, Annina and her dedicated team can create a menu and experience that’s right for you, to make sure your event is a success. 

The next Edelweiss pop-up dinner is on the 6th of April, in the gorgeous Federal Hall, Jasper Corner. Take your tastebuds to Zurich! Bookings essential. 

Enquiries please call Annina 0424 378 277

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