""Quaint alpine setting""?? It's in a Wal-Mart shopping center and the patio is nearly on Tropicana... that should give an idea of how quaint it is. Having traveled Germany, France and Switzerland, I'm not sure how the Pucks can offer such substandard fare in their names and in a town so proud of it's cuisine. From a group order of two appetizers, eight entrees and three desserts, none can be recommended. Swiss Onion soup (bread not toasted, chicken broth too salty and cheese was bland). Pasta Alfredo portion was moderate but quality was compared to that of Sbarro's in an airport. Swiss Schnitzel, German Schnitzel, St. Moritz Schnitzel, Beef Stoganoff, Bavarian Rib Chop and Chicken Marsala were small portions for the price and average in taste and presentation. The rosti and vegetables failed to impress anyone either. The desserts continued the trend... the Apple Strudel was soggy and average, the Turtle cheesecake turned out to be Kahlua cheesecake and the German Chocolate cake turned out to be Black Forest cake. The coffee was served cold and weak. All in all, we would all recommend Gordon Biersch or Hofbrauhaus if you want very good schnitzel or past dishes and Melting Pott (I know it's mispelled but site won't allow the correct spelling) if you want the fondue. Despite the $ rating for Swiss Cafe and $$ for the others, they wil be about the same total bill if you consider the high drink and dessert prices at Swiss Cafe. We understand now why the last user review was in 2002. Bon Appetit! Guten Appetit!