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Swiss Cuisine Marche 313 Somerset

For the night program, we took MRT to Somerset, my son recommended that we take our dinner in Marche.  Initially I thought it was a buffet kind of local cuisine, didn't know it was a Switzerland culinary until we reached here.   There was a long queue in front of this restaurant... I was thinking... oh, really that good?
 Quoted.... Awarded the “Best of the Best Family-Friendly Restaurants 2010“ on the basis of a customer survey of the magazine “Parents World", Marché 313 @ somerset is a much loved family restaurant.
While queuing up..... 
I guess the food must be worth the queue....
At the entrance while waiting to go in....
Walking down the stairs, we were accosted with battery life animals...
We were given a card and from there, we can order whatever we wish to eat....
For myself, the Pork Knuckle caught my eye.....
So crispy and fragrant fresh!
My girl's usual pasta ... her favourite...
My sons' Rosdi plus sausage...
Mixed Mushrooms...
er.... Salami Pizza
Our food plus 4 glasses of juices eventually....
Bill came to around $100+with a $10 free voucher for the next round...
Well, I guess I will have to make anaother trip here again... soon?!
  LOL...


Comments

  1. Wow, every dish looks so good here,i am a huge fan of pasta too!

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    1. Yes, you can join my kids for these! same era ma..

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  2. I think there is a Marche restaurant (branch) in the Curve, kl.

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  3. The food in your photos look good.

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  4. Yes, they have this in KL too. Saw it at Raffles City many years ago - all the "cows" lined up outside. Never tried there (my girl only wanted to go to Taco Bill - she loved it)...nor here.

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    1. Oh, then I am really jakun.. didnt know KL also got...

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  5. All looks so good especially the pork knuckle. I would have thought it was chicken if you have not mentioned it was pork knuckle. So cripsy looking. Yumz!!!!

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    1. Yes, and very heong too... fragrant... hahaha.. the meat is very succulent..

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  6. I've only been to Marche two-three times, but I know they are famous for their rosti, the fried potato thingy.. I love your pork knuckle and mixed mushrooms.. Gawd, look at the creamy sauce.. Wait, I saw a blob of sour cream on the rosti, can I eat the pork knuckle with the sour cream? Hehe..

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    1. Oh Rosti.. not Rosdi... thanks for pointing it out.... me very jakun one, Louiz!

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  7. i think Singaporeans like to queue, the longer the queue they see they more they want to join, haha!! been there once, and yeah, the food are nice, love the idea also.. :)

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    1. Yeah, using card service... so that you dont feel the pinch... hahaha...

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  8. Marche is a HUGE chain in Germany! :)

    They took over a lot of Autostadt in Wolfsburg, even the food courts are run by them. Good thing you went on Swiss night, usually it's just European cuisine. Their buffets are awesome value though - we get a card in Germany and you can choose full buffet or 1 meal + 1 drink + 1 dessert etc and the card gets tabulated at the end but it won't surpass the max price of the buffet - good concept.

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    1. HB, I wonder how I could eat... all comes in BIG portions... share share ok for me... yes, good concept card service...

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  9. If not mistaken, Curve have one Marche too. I think I have been there twice. I always love the fresh fruit juice there

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    1. Yes, the fresh juice is nice, I like it too...

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  10. Yes, pls come again... Now raining in Singapore, cos i sobbing, u didn't stay in Singapore longer this round...

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    1. Oh, I dont really miss... hahahaa..but I dont mind going again...

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  12. I like the Pork Knuckle, it caught my attention to it too, looks so yummy!!! =]

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  13. argh,....if i have know i would tag along la

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  14. There is a Marche in The Curve at Petaling Jaya, just next to Ikea.
    My wife ate their salads and a worm crawled out alive. The manager told us the salad was fresh until got worms! KNN.

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