My family has been loyal patrons to Chesa for the last 6 to 7 years. We value the consistency in the quality and authenticity of fine Swiss cuisine being served here. One of my pet peeves is going to restaurants that do not stay true to the flavours of the cuisines. I've spoken to an English teacher in Japan who once complained to me,
"While I love Japanese food, and it is delicious, I truly miss North American style fast food. I absolutely cannot find a good pizza or hamburger here."
It is fortunate that Thailand has a larger and more diverse mix of foreigners coming to open up restaurants in the country. With more competition, they drive to excel by not only being innovative, but also emphasizing authenticity of their native cuisine. Chesa is no exception. The head chefs here work very hard to train Thai chefs, whether new or with experience, to refine their cooking skills in Swiss cuisine, creating impeccable meals. We noticed that around 85-90 % of the regular patrons are all Europeans. Should my observation and experience be of any indication, I can vouch that Swiss fare at Chesa is the real deal.