The Kleine Freiheit in Zurich’s Kreis 6 district enchants visitors from near and far with its charming garden restaurant and frill-free culinary delicacies.
Kreis 6 districtGarden restaurantNear the University and ETH
Still in the university quarter, but just before the bustling Central, the Kleine Freiheit is an oasis of peace, complete with wicker beach chairs and colorful furniture.
Falafel, humus, mezze platters, and fresh sandwiches are made in the converted shipping container and consumed by hungry guests. In addition, breakfast is served every morning.
The Kleine Freiheit (Little Freedom) certainly lives up to its name – on park benches, in wicker beach chairs surrounded by plant pots, trees, and sunshades, or in the cozy winter garden, guests can leave the hustle and bustle of everyday life behind them for a moment or two.
For a long time, the Kleine Freiheit only opened when the weather was fine. That was the brazen yet ingenious idea of a couple of wild young things. Nowadays, visitors to this urban garden can enjoy mezze and delicious sandwiches every day, served from a converted freight container.
Monday to Friday, 7.45am – 10.30pm
Saturday and Sunday, 10.00am – 10.30pm