I'm sitting here waiting for the waiter already 10 minutes, he is alone and without attitude. I am not hungry anymore, this is the first time the service is so awful. The people attitude is everything
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I have known the Swiss Corner in Quito for 20 years. The one they opened in the Cumbaya Valley is the same, typical Swiss specialties, not exactly fine food and a bit on the heavy side but mainly satisfying especially the brunch buffet. Service was...More
I always like coming to Swiss Corner for breakfast. The best thing on the menu is the framboise juice! Seriously try it if you go there! They also have all types of omelettes, röstis, and breakfast plates, which are all delicious. The only downside is...More
A traditional Swiss menu comprised of the classics and a few local adaptations. Home made charcuterie, local cheeses and a fabulous bakery make this place a very popular attraction.
Great place to just have a coffee, shop a variety of extraordinary bread, get abundant breakfast, have a business lunch with diversity of European food - outstanding
Unique in Quito for typical Swiss breakfast options and alpine decor. Food is very well prepared and serving sizes are very satisfying; a bit pricey, though. OK service.
Being a Swiss travel writer and staying in Quito, i simply was obliged to pay a visit to this place called Swiss corner. At first sight, it reminded me of the rustic places in our countryside or mountain areas: flowerpots with geranium on the windows,...More
If you are looking for breakfast in Quito, look only to the Swiss Corner. My personal favorite is the Bircher Muesli and the Strammer Max.