Strategic Location in KL Vicinity
Ample Parking Spaces Available
Award Winning Restaurant
Private function & group booking
Exquisite Decorations & Ambience
The new Owners of Chalet Suisse
We were surprised that late Heinz Bauert passed away suddenly and we were basically not prepared! A group of good Swiss Expatriate friends of Heinz playing every Sunday the Swiss card game JASS have realized that they could lose the Chalet Suisse. They have negotiated with the heirs of Heinz and the -5- have furthermore decided within a very short time to purchase all the shares of the GASTRONOMIE SUISSE SDN. BHD., owning the Chalet Suisse Restaurant. We have invested some funds into the soft renovation of the restaurant to upgrade the A/C’s, toilettes and to replace various equipments in the kitchen. We had to hire a new Chef while the longtime, loyal staff under the supervision of Ben Duran Gomez, Restaurant Manager, remained the same!
The new equal owners are: Manfred J. Faehndrich, Managing Director; Johann Bohi, Chairman; Bernhard Schobert, Director; Urs Allenspach, Director and Rudolf Messmer.
Together those five Expatriates are proud to have over 100 years of Malaysian experience!
** From right: Johann Bohi, Urs Allenspach, Manfred J. Faehndrich, Bernhard Schobert
The Late Heinz Bauert
Late Heinz Bauert, the previous owner of the Chalet Suisse in Kuala Lumpur, was born and educated in Horgen, by the Lake of Zurich / Switzerland. After his Chef training he attended the Hotel -Management School in Lucerne and left Switzerland soon after that for England and then to Thailand. Since 1969 he has been in the Hotel and Restaurant business in Asia and before coming to Kuala Lumpur, was the Franchise Holder of the Moevenpick Group in Singapore.
After decades in hospitality industry, he decided to set up his own Swiss-style restaurant. After a 4 month construction period, Chalet Suisse was officially opened to public in May 1996.
He passed away on March 08, 2015, after a short hospitalization, but late Heinz Bauert has left a legacy in Swiss culinary in Malaysia. His restaurant business is now handled by a group of Swiss expatriates. Heinz R.I.P!