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The chain of Canadian family restaurants originally founded in 1954 in Toronto, Ontario, now has 190 restaurants in Canada and the United States. It is a division of Cara Operations, which also owns the hamburger chain Harvey's.
The name Swiss Chalet is taken from the design of its original restaurants, which featured exposed beam architecture, resembling a chalet one might find in the Swiss Alps.
(Excerpts from Wikipedia) We like Swiss Chalet for its most famous item i.e. Quarter Chicken Dinner, featuring a leg (called dark meat) or breast piece (called white meat) of chicken with dipping sauce, a roll and a side dish of the customer's choice.
Swiss Chalet is best known for rotisserie chicken and mesquite-smoked barbequed ribs, which are traditionally served with sides of fresh-cut french fries, baked potatoes, salad, Caesar salad, Greek salad, coleslaw, rice, steamed vegetables, rotisserie vegetables, mashed potato, corn, or sauteed mushrooms (with garlic butter) and accompanied with Chalet Sauce, a tangy sauce that is somewhat similar to barbecue sauce, but without the smoke flavour.
(Excerpts from wikipedia)