1. Comic of The Month September: Samuel Schumacher
I could lose myself looking through Samuel Schuhmacher's illustrations for hours on an end. The intricate drawings are full of life and small details. So I made a meditative game out of trying to find the letter hidden inside each picture
2. Fancy Plants
Nomads Zurich – who call themselves a couple of weirdos who are crazy about food – teamed up with Langstrasse’s favourite vegan restaurant SamSeS to open a vegan pop-up: Cafuné . They promiste not only to wow you with high-end
3. Freya: A summer fairy tale
A new summer girl moved to town and everyone is falling in love. Although she has big shoes to fill - she took over the venue of Kingskurry, where i used to dine a lot. But one shouldn't compare a new aquaintance with the ex - so i went on
1. Please tell me where can I get a financial essay
Please tell me where can I get a financial essay
2. Lost red Montblanc computer bag/briefcase (with computer)
If anyone has found a red leather Montblanc computer bag/briefcase on the IR 36 train from Brugg to Basel between 18:00 and 19:00 on Friday December 7, PLEASE contact me at 076 609 7037.
dark green notebook
3. English Book Club
We are a small group meeting on a monthly basis to discuss a book and usually have dinner together afterwards (not obligatory).
We meet in Zurich and our October book is: Mr. Penumbra's 24-Hour Bookstore by Robin Sloan
If you would like to
1. A different perspective on breakfast
This is the shopping list that my flatmate Luki wrote on a post-it yesterday, which looks much the same as the lists of many other millenials. It took him three minutes to walk to the nearest shop, where he filled his basket,
2. Eggs with Halloumi Salsa - Delicious and easy weekend breakfast or brunch
With influences from Greece and Turkey, these light refreshing breakfast eggs are perfect for warm summer days
Inspired by Turkish meze where whole slices of halloumi are fried and then covered in tangy tomato
3. Here’s how to save big money
It’s just a law of nature: making money is much harder than spending it – especially in a city with options and temptations round every corner. So I set out to look after my finances a bit better. I met up with an expert
1. Casa nostrana
Albisstrasse 25, 8038 Zürich
2. Lucky Dumpling: Authentic Chinese
6 years ago we welcomed 'Dini Mueter' to the Langstrasse. This summer, the bar and restaurant underwent a refurbishment and just reopened its doors with a new concept and a new name. Well, actually the new name is also the concept: Lucky
3. Ooki: All the way from Tokyo
Whenever a new Japanese restaurant opens somewhere, you can be sure that I’m not far behind. This new locale is called Ooki and serves gyoza, ramen, tempura, udon, Japanese curries and sake. The interior is very authentic, the
Do you like to read in English and discuss the book?
How does it work:
We meet once a month (end of the month) in a restaurant in Zurich to discuss the book and have dinner together but dinner is not a must - of corse!
At the beginning of the discussion we give scores and again at the end. It is great how people can see a story differently.
Books are mostly fiction although we had some biographies in the past and it is a must to read the book.
Our next book is:
Under the Net by Iris Murdoch
Send me a PM if you would like to join or if you need more informations
City talk: video tip
I am a volunteer at PAFI, a small foundation in Switzerland that supports 200 children from an underprivileged community in Brazil to go to school and eat a warm meal per day. Recently, we fulfilled the children's dream of a sports field. To complete the project, install plumbing and buy sport equipment we are looking for some additional funding. Because we don't have any administrative costs, every cent benefits the children directly. Here is the link to the project: https://www.crowdify.net/de/projekt/sport-pausenplatz
Does anyone know organisations and foundations in Switzerland that we could contact to supporting our project?