In the west of Zurich, a trendy new quarter is springing up on the site that was once occupied by the Swiss Federal Railways (SBB). Designers, local start-ups, and manufacturers have recently taken up residence in the place where train components were once built.
The Nüni is the meeting place in the middle of it all: not only for the tenants of the commercial spaces around it, but also for the neighborhood and for visitors from near and far. With its large terrace and rooms abounding with industrial charm, the bistro is open daily from morning to evening and even offers a leisurely brunch on weekends. In addition to food and drink, it is also hosts cultural events.
The menu includes dishes from the oven – in homage to the blast furnace that was once used here to make train components. From breakfast to weekly menus, there is something to suit every taste.
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