Yamas – Mediterranean Bistro Wine Bar

Yamas is the new Greek kid on the Europaallee block armed with Mama’s recipes and a selection of Greek wines making you feel like you’re on some far away Greek island and not Zürich.
Yamas - Mediterranean Bistro Wine Bar // L.Alexandra
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Brunch in the Clouds

As I think I’ve mentioned before when our family gets together we like to do it around good food. This time we headed up to Clouds for my Mum’s birthday which is situated at the top of the Prime Tower.
Brunch in the Clouds // L.Alexandra
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Coming soon – Vietnamese eatery

Unlike the name suggests, the new Vietnamese eatery Coming Soon is actually already open and you should really go.
I went to try it out with Harry and Carrie from Harrysding the other night and it’s always fun going to places with people who don’t mind waiting 10 min while you take pictures of the food from every possible angle. And it’s even better if they’re doing the same thing!
Coming soon - Vietnamese eatery // L.Alexandra
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Baracca Zermatt Zürichberg

Whoever said you need to travel to the mountains to get that holiday feeling of sitting in a chalet, by the fireplace with fondue has clearly not heard of the Baracca Zermatt Zürichberg.
Baracca Zermatt Zürichberg // L.Alexandra
The 1947 postoffice cabin from Zermatt now stands high above Zürich and brings us city kids that mountain feeling without having to leave our usual stomping ground. Pretty ideal huh?
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YEN’s Sushi

Sushi is something I can never have enough of. Neither can my sister.
So when Harrysding.ch asked me if I’d like to try out a restaurant for Local.ch I didn’t hesitate and knew exactly what cuisine I was going to choose.
And who I was going to take with me.
YEN's Sushi // L.Alexandra
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Soirée with Sel des Alpes

Last week I had the pleasure of being invited to a soirée by Sel des Alpes with Rebecca Clopath and Dominik Flammer. Before having received some products from Sel des Alpes, I wasn’t even aware of the fact that Switzerland produced it’s own salt. Or the fact that the history of the Swiss salt dates back 200 million years and is now one of the few raw materials Switzerland has.
Soirée with Sel des Alpes  // L.Alexandra
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