This meat product on a stick is called "Lamellspiess". What type of meat is it, and what is the English translation?
The German word Lamelle is lamella in English. It is a thin slice that exists together with other thin slices which belong together. If you cut meat in many thin slices, then it is called Lamellen in Switzerland.
Spieß (in Swiss German: Spiess)
There are many translations for this word, but when we talk about cooking, then it's a skewer.
So, when you cut meat in thin slices and spike them on a skewer, and when you are in Switzerland, then you get a Lamellenspiess.