Aug 2, 2011

Cafés in Zurich visited with my Jopo

I've already announced in June that I will be posting a series about my favorite places in Zurich in cooporation with the Urban Bike Store, which kindly provided me with the awesome Jopo bike. We'll start off with two cafés I really like and can wholeheartedly recommend to you.



Les Gourmandises de Miyuko, café, pâtisserie, confiserie

At the sight of just a handful of chairs and tables outside, which are decorated with crochet seat cushions and tablecloths, you can tell this café has to be small but full of love for detail. Once you enter the charming interior with a homey feel you find yourself in pâtisserie heaven! I went for a big macaron with a chocolate filling and coffee to accompany this sweet treat. Definitely a café I'd like to frequent more often, also because of the very friendly service which is unfortunately kind of rare.



You can see more impressions on My Kugelhopf, whose post intrigued me to visit this charming café in the first place.



Adress:

Les Gourmandises de Miyuko
Beckenhofstrasse 7/9
8006 Zurich




Maison Blunt, tea room/restaurant

I already wrote about Maison Blunt two years ago and it's still one of my favorite places to brunch. Everything on the oriental/morrocan menu sounds so delicious and the mezzes are a great way to taste the dishes and share them with your friends. It's a very relaxed, no-fuss place (which used to be a garage back in the day) with yummy fresh food.



above: tea with freh mint leaves
below: Blunt's breakfast



Adress:

Maison Blunt
Gasometerstrasse 5
8005 Zurich


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16 comments

nina oliva said...

Thanks for sharing! I love the Maison Blunt and am definitely gonna pay a visit to Les Gourmandinses de Miyuko...

want more fashion said...

fotograflar muhtesem ötesi neslihan !! bayildim ! bide o bisikletten bende cok istedim ! =)

Bestsmellers said...

Gseht beides supär us, beides au uf minärä "to-visit-list"!:-)

the style crusader said...

Ah, totally love your recommendations! I'm always on the hunt for new great cafes in Zurich. My absolute favourite is Henricis... I'm obsessed with their Cafe Frappe and muesli. I'll definitely try to check these two out! Thanks for the great tip. xx

FashionAplenty said...

Great pictures Nesli! Love the bike - it is a girl's best accessory ;) I also love the reddish tinge in your hair - it adds to the complexity of the picture. When I'm in Switzerland next, I'll be sure to stop by these places =)

Liv said...

Oh ja, Miyuko ist toll!

tuguna said...

fotograflar harika nesli! sanki bir dergi cekimindeymissin gibi:) bayildim.

SakuraBlossom said...

Hello! i need to go to Zürich and visit especially the last place, the food looks very yummie...i have seven years living in switzerland and never been to Zürich.

karolita said...

danke für den maison blunt tipp! war am wochenende dort und es war sehr fein!

jewelry in China said...

cool post and i do like that bike on the first pic

fashiongamble said...

Hoi wie gahts? Alles klar?
Wow eui Bilder sind mega toll :-)
Joy

Karen and Kim said...

Looks delicious!
I would really like to visit Zürich someday.
I never knew that this city was so nice untill I started following your blog! :)

http://fabeaulicious.blogspot.com

Katarzyna D. said...

amazing ! <3 I like Your blog. :)

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Terry said...

Thank you for your advice! I only discovered today the Babu's Bakery & Coffeehouse - have you been? It's really lovely!

Terry said...

Thanks for the advice! I have been told a couple of times that Maison Blunt should be visited!! ..Have you been to Babu's coffeehouse yet in Löwenstrasse? It's lovely too!

http://terry-casual-chic.blogspot.com/

Styleseeking Zurich said...

Thanks Terry for your comment! Yes I have been there, totally agree with you, it's such a nice place! This reminded me to go there again sometime soon... :)

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