Milchbar, Altstadt

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ZÜRICH | Popular cafeMilchbar is a popular cafe in Zurich’s old town that underwent a revamp in 2014. This revamp transformed Milchbar into not just one of the best places in Zurich for a cup of coffee, but also a great bar and deli.

The coffee bar, wine bar, restaurant section, and outdoor terrace provide lots of ways to enjoy your drink and bite of choice in classy, stylish surroundings, be it a coffee and cake or a full meal.

All kinds of hot and cold brews are offered here, including an assortment of espresso based drinks, and filter options like Chemex, V60, Cold Drip, and Aeropress. The baristas are trained in popular styles of coffee from across the world and it shows. Their Turkish coffee is particularly good. If it’s not coffee you’re after, there’s a very good selection of freshly squeezed juice, smoothies, and great wines from around the world.

For food it’s simple, fresh dishes inspired by daily market produce for lunch and dinner, along with a deli counter full of cheeses, hams, charcuterie, preserves and the like. Even better, almost everything in the deli section is available to take home. There’s also an on site bakery which produces fantastic bread and baked goods.

Milchbar

Kappelergasse 16
Zürich
Zürich 8001
Switzerland

Telephone: +414 4211 9012
E-mail: [email protected]
Website

Open
Mon – Fri: 6:30am to 10:00pm
Sat: 8:00am to 10:00pm
Sun: 10:00am to 6:00pm

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