Swiss Choice is located in Sukhumvit Soi 43, not far from Phrong Pong BTS. It's a short soi, and there's a red lightbox with a white cross on it so you can spot it from the main road.
I didn't take enough pictures of the interior decor, but the ground floor is where the cheese is sold. There is also a giant floating cow (man, wishing I took that photo now). The second floor is where the main dining area is, a small cosy space that seats around 30.
There are two main highlights of the menu at Swiss Choice, both traditional cheese dishes. The first is a Raclette, roasted cheese accompanied by assorted pickles and potatoes. It comes with a little oven to roast your cheese in. Once it's all melty and bubbly you scrape it on to your plate.
The other traditional Swiss dish is the fondue: a pot of melted cheese served with bread cubes. You were given long thin forks to dip the bread in the cheesy goodness.
Besides the cheese, Swiss Choice had a small number of mains in their menu, pastas and pork escalopes (top), which a few of us had. Lynette had the Tomme Vaudoise poêlée (bottom), which was a pan-friend cheese which was crispy on the outside and soft inside.
So for starters, this was a great opening meetup. Lots of small conversations, lots of big conversations, and of course, lots of cheese. Here's to many more to come!