Les Gourmandises de Miyuko is one of my favourite cafÃ©s in Europe. It’s the perfect place for fashionistas, art directors, cosplay fans, cake design fans and creative people of all ages.
Miyuko is the name of a manga character created by Sarah Hochuli, a graphic designer and owner of Les Gourmandises de Miyuko. She also owns Plastikhaar (http://www.plastikhaar.ch/), a hairdresser’s shop specialised in Japanese wigs and extensions.
Les Gourmandises de Miyuko is a combination of cafÃ©, pÃ¢tisserie, confiserie and tearoom. It is divided into three parts and is as cosy as a private living room. Artfully decorated cakes and pastry as well as English afternoon tea are their specialties. They also have a wide range of delicious teas from Japan, Britain and other countries.
Petits fours, mousses, desserts, scones, salads, sandwiches, soups and salty pies: it’s a real pleasure to taste all their fresh products. I’m particularly fond of the soup. I usually take the big portion. It’s made of fresh vegetables and served with a slice of wholemeal bread. When I meet with a friend, I like to order the Afternoon Tea with the beautiful Ã©tagÃ¨re filled with salty pies, finger sandwiches, antipasti, ayurveda chutneys, scones with cream and jam (CHF 39, drinks excluded).
They also offer vegetarian, gluten-free, lactose-free and vegan products. The staff is extremely friendly and helpful.
Address & Website
Les Gourmandises de Miyuko
8006 ZÃ¼rich, Switzerland
Phone: 044 350 21 43
Monday to Saturday 9.00 â€“ 18.00
Sunday 9.00 â€“ 17.00
PHOTOS: LES GOURMANDISES DE MIYUKO, ZURICH
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