You: What actually is a sushi-burrito? Ron: Well, it's a large sushi roll with unusual ingredients such as mango, secret sauces etc. You eat it as a whole, just like a burrito. You: Ah, ok... So i could also call it sushi-kebab? Ron: Probably. But i find burrito sounds better, no? Sushi-falafel, sushi-sabich, sushi-shawarma... well, they chose burrito. You: And how was it? Ron: Surprisingly tasty. I liked it a lot. If you're more of a traditionalist, you just order a bowl. They're great too… You: Did you take any pictures? Ron: Yes, have a look:
You: Ron (sigh), you should really take up photography lessons.… Ron: Yes, yes, i know....
You: It looks like a dish where you get sauce and food everywhere, no? Ron: Well. i manage to do that with bread. But actually, the roll is tight and doesn't fall apart. So if you're generally a less messy eater than me, you'll be fine.
You: And where do i get it? Ron: At Kaisin, Europaallee 13, Opening hours: Monday to Friday 11 am to 2 pm
You: And what is that? Ron: It's a sofa that looks like a car. You can sit on it and eat your food. And if you like it, you can buy it for 8,000 francs. You: Ah, ok...
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3. Macherei: A personal touch
A couple of weeks ago Die Macherei opened its doors at Europaallee 109. I was curious so I paid them a visit. What I found was a small room that bears a lot of treasures without feeling crowded.
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1. Pictures around the world
Show me your favorite pictures from the world, do not forget to mark them on the map!
2. Nature Photography
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1. Chez Oskar
Welcome to the hood Oskar. Finally a place where I can grab lunch and coffee when I'm done at the yoga studio next door!
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Albisstrasse 25, 8038 Zürich
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I love film. And i love human rights. It’s a pity that half the people in the world only seem to have access to one or the other. Thankfully there are some great filmmakers who are bringing these injustices to the big screen at Zurich’s own Human Rights Film Festival which is taking place between the 2nd and 5th of December at Kosmos . Click here for the full program .
The Zurich Job Alliance, a non profit orga for english speaking jobseekers in the greater Zurich and Geneva area meets once a week f2f in downtown Zurich. We have a Linkedin presence, a weekly newsletter and a newsflash on Fridays and hold virtual meetings every Wednesday on jobsearch related issues. We also have an active Slack community, provide help to self help with any job related subject. So if you are interested, please email: [email protected] or get in touch by Linkedin or FB.