Swiss Chalet has more than 200 locations in Canada; some are stand-alone restaurants (and licensed for drinks), some are in food courts. Canadians love the family-friendly and affordable chain. Dine in and you never know who will be in the next booth; it could be a family or a leading politician. I once ate dinner at one with Canada's richest man at the next table. We all go there. In Toronto you'll find them in locations ranging from Terminals 1 and 3 at Toronto's international airport all the way out to "The Beach." Rotisserie chicken is their specialty, a quarter chicken dinner (under $10) is served with their signature Swiss Chalet sauce, and their popular fresh-cut french fries (or you can switch to a side of baked potato, green salad, white rice, coleslaw, or vegetable medley). The menu fills out with back ribs, and items such as spinach and mandarin chicken salad, creamy soups, pasta, and rice bowls, and the recently added crispy, seasoned sweet potato fries. I swear though, the chickens are shrinking, to the point that the company should be embarrassed—they are looking more like Cornish hen legs. There are seasonal specials (Pumpkin cheesecake, yummm!) and kids get to pick a toy from the treasure chest. At Toronto Pearson International Airport the restaurants are before security check in, so you can relax and have a meal before a flight.