Swiss 2 GO

I haven’t been to Swiss 2 GO since they packed their bags up from the west side and relocated back to Beverly. I have a couple friends that absolutely adore this place and make the trek out to this part of town (even though they live on opposite ends of the city). It’s close to Million Thai and A Yah Mi Deh.

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They have a loyalty card; buy 10, get the 11th free.

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The inside is very charming and homey. Lots of character to it which you’ll see below from all the photos

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This is the drink counter. Coffee, teas, you name it.

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Some biscotti treats to go along with your drink of choice.

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Coffee menu.

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A few framed pictures of some of their more popular pretzel sandwich options.

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The little stove top is too cute.

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The chalkboard menu of salads and pretzel sandwiches (a dozen to choose from).

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Lastly, their two soups of the day and fresh pretzels.

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The menu is a one pager but you might have a tough time deciding like we did.

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Service is very friendly and genuine. It’s a very mom and pop shop.

Chicken zone ($12.99 large) and Italian bride ($12.99 large)
UntitledThe chicken zone consists of grilled chicken breast, lettuce, apple, pear, Swiss emmental, mustard and mayo on a pretzel baguette. The Italian bride, which is the one they’ve won awards for, is made of Italian prosciutto, roasted red pepper, sun dried tomatoes, sliced bocconcini, fresh basil with EVOO and balsamic vinaigrette.

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Both sandwiches were great, fresh and stuffed to the brim. The homemade pretzel sandwich had a great bite to it. It is quite dense and chewy so be prepared for that. The Swiss flags are a cute touch. You also get a tiny piece of chocolate with your sandwich.

If you’re a sandwich lover, definitely worth the trek out.

Swiss 2 Go
http://swiss2go.ca/
4306 – 118 Avenue
Edmonton, AB
(587) 520-9400

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