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West End Review – Restaurant Swiss Gourmet Deli

By Luke O'Kelly

West End Boundary Street offers a all style of cooking, from Greek and French to Thai and American, all is available at any time of the day.

The Swiss Gourmet Deli caught our attention!! The deli has become an institution in West End and Brisbane as a place to meet and enjoy fine coffee, snacks, light meals and Continental delicacies from authentic-style-marinara to mouth watering Swiss and Belgian chocolates to Tasmanian and imported cheeses

Since opening its doors for business in 1980 and noted as being one of the best Swiss Deli’s it is also renowned for its excellent Brisbane catering service, having provided meals for countless corporate function, private parties, seminars, workshops and community meetings.

Treat yourself to coffee or a range of cool and refreshing juices. Sample their wide variety of gourmet fillings on bagels, focaccia or fresh bread and of course Portuguese custard tart. Enjoy the hospitality of thier coffee shop service for these who wish to savour their goodies on the premises, or take-away service for connoisseurs on the run!

Ray White tips “Place your Christmas order now and try their Italian Hoaggie…it’s to die for”

Swiss Gourmet Delicatessen
181 Boundary Street,
West End, Qld Brisbane, Australia

Trading Hours
Monday – Friday 7:30 am – 5:30pm
Saturday 7:30am – 3:00pm
Sunday Closed

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