Mon-Fri 12:00 - 1:00
Sat 16:00 - 1:00
- Takes Reservations:
- Accepts Credit Cards:
- Good for Groups:
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- Outdoor Seating:
- DJ, Background
- Best Nights:
- Thu, Fri
- Happy Hour:
- Full Bar
- Outdoor Area/ Patio Only
- Coat Check:
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- Good For Dancing:
- Has TV:
Recommended Reviews for Talacker
5 reviews in English
Review from Fabian W.
This spot is a quite popular spot for meeting up with friends after work in the evenings and on the weekends is open late. Great place to hang out in the summer, as they can open up their main glass doors/wall nicely.
I also enjoy grabbing lunch here, they have a daily rotating curry dish, as well as a few weekly rotating choices. I have had the green, red and Tom Khaa Gai Curry and have been satisfied each time, although they all pretty much come with the same veggies, etc. When the weather is nice, you can save CHF 4 by taking the dishes to-go and eating right around the corner down at the river.
Minor downside is their outdoor seating in summer, as the tables are quite low and more like coffeetables..
Review from Sabrina T.
Yum Yum Yum! Went today to Talacker for lunch and finally had the udon noodles soup! Man that was yummy! I had been here a couple of times at night and another for lunch, but never had these before.
The dish is a soup with noodles and you can add meets to eat and other vegetable. I got the veggie based soup with beef and it was really good! Perfect for winter and the small size was really filling and for the price of 18 chf I found it really reasonable amount ;)
The only thing at lunch is the trouble to gets seat sometimes. if you come in a small group it is fine, but we where like 7 and so we had to split in two tables. So not really for groups, but beside that it is a great lunch place!!!
Review from I-lin L.
Came here around 7 pm for some drinks after work. Unfortunately, I wasn't feeling too well, so I stuck with oj and Apfelshorle. Did learn about a new drink though--called "Fish"--which is a mixture of ice tea and vodka? My friends who were drinking it seemed to like it, so I'll have to try it one day when I'm feeling better.
This placed was filled with the after-work crowd in suits, and the outside was already filled with smokers. My friend and I were able to get a nice corner inside by the window to sit and chat while enjoying our drinks.
They really pumped up the music around 8 pm, and it got really crowded, so you practically had to shout to talk. I was starting to get a stuffy head and decided to bail early.
It's definitely a nice place to hang out and decorated with cozy, plush seats. Didn't try any of the food here, but other people's plates looked (and smelled) pretty good. Will have to give it a try some other time.
Review from Steph H.
I was just wandering around this neighborhood when I saw their sign, with its strange blend of Japanese and Korean. I can read Korean but I wouldn't be able to tell you what the meaning of that sign is--it's some kind of slang that I'm not familiar with. It was closed at the time but I could see through the windows that it was a pretty cool place, with funky decorations and art. I vowed to come back, and a few days later that's exactly what I did.
It was around 6:30 so it was a young, hip-looking after work crowd. I thought it was pretty funny that I was the only Asian in the place and I was a tourist. There are some other Korean signs sprinkled throughout, like to the bathrooms and stuff. You order at the bar and they bring out your stuff to you. They have a pretty good happy hour menu--the food prices are a downright bargain for Zurich. I got the currywurst plate and a beer. I was chatting with the very nice bartender and I asked her what the significance of the Korean was, and she said that one of the owners was Korean. Oh, ok, mystery solved. I parked myself at one of the tables by the windows, which were cracked open to let in the night air and cigarette smoke from the patio. I enjoyed the currywurst plate very much; generous portions and it had a very nice spicy sauce accompanying the tender little weiners. The big puffy papadam pieces (like a deep-fried Indian tortilla) were a nice accompaniment. All in all, a very cool place, one that I wouldn't mind visiting again--for happy hour, of course!
The sign that caught my eye
the currywurst happy hour item
cushioned seats by patio windows
Review from Qype User (prajua…)
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Great bar, very easy to find and reach. The bar is nearby the shopville, restaurants, bars and the tram. In the bar you will find a mix of people. To get a drink you have to be patience (The service is very slow) I think the bar gets busy every day.