Monday, 9 May 2016

Zugers tearooms : a little slice of Swiss

Elegant baked delights and swiss treats certainly make for a unique take on afternoon tea, Zugers is a family run chain of tea rooms across the Wirral and Chester making award winning pastries and cakes that have certainly made their cafes a 'must visit'.

Zugers first opened it's doors in 2006 in Bromborough however the family run business has long been creating baked delights since the 1960's, and it's this passion for baking from the families Swiss background that certainly comes through. Their first tea room opened with an abundance of confectionery treats alongside afternoon tea, a delightful experience which has made their tea rooms a huge success.

Since their first tea room they've expanded to open branches in Chester and Bebington making their renowned treats quite the talk of the town, with their Chester tea room constantly full to the brim with sweet toothed patrons it's certainly a little slice of swiss in the heart of the city.

With it's stylish yet simplistic decor and a counter bursting with treats tempting you in from the window.


The passion for baking shows through with their confectionery and baked offerings in each of their tea rooms, you'll find plenty of swiss treats on their menu from hearty strudels to black forest kirsch tortes and ice cream coupes, all as much of a feast for the eyes as the palette.

You'd be easily forgiven for getting distracted by their desert menu with an abundance of sweets available alongside their afternoon tea, but it's not just swiss sweets that they do so well their breakfast and lunch menus feature plenty to tempt. You can even treat yourself with their special tipple laced coffees, like their special Irish cream coffee.

If you find yourself passing through Bromborough or in Chester for the day it's certainly worth visiting one of their tea rooms. Zuger's tea rooms are located on St John Street, Chester; Allport Road, Bromborough and Bromborough Road, Bebington. You can find also find them online where you can tempt yourself with their menus at www.zugerstearooms.co.uk.

First time at Zugers? Treat yourself to their black forest kirsch torte and a Zurich coffee for a delightful yet grown up spot of swiss delights.

Images: Wirral Borough Council & Zugers

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