Zarah

Gulou East street No.46, Beijing, China
Restaurant/cafe
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Opening Hours

ꆏꊂ꒔
09:00 - 23:59
ꆏꊂꑍ
09:00 - 23:59
ꆏꊂꌕ
09:00 - 23:59
ꆏꊂꇖ
09:00 - 23:59
ꆏꊂꉬ
09:00 - 02:00
ꆏꊂꃘ
09:00 - 02:00
ꑭꆏꑍ
09:00 - 23:59

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2016/4/24
Bridget

Nice spot for relaxing on weekend, reasonable price and friendly staff. Would be even better sitting in the yard in summer.

2016/3/20
Yaou

The place is much better than the food. I hope in summer they can open up the glass roof

2016/2/13
Matthew

Book the second floor lift for a catered private party with hutong rooftop views at reasonable charges

2016/2/8
Velvet

Flat white heaven

2016/1/22
Ina

Chill ambiance and decent drinks. Come in the summer and sit in the backyard with the old tree

2015/12/1
Ross

Laptop/all day sitting friendly cafe, relaxing vibe. Go here for some decent healthy breakfast / lunch options and a top setting (less so for the coffee). I've whittled away many a day in this spot

2015/11/21
kr&bj

nice atmosphere but wifi not too gd

2015/11/1
WEI

Nice coffee and patio. Very popular among western people

2015/9/25
Ivan

Lovely place. The decoration and the ambiance are unique. The food is good, clean and well cooked, but could be improved by bringing more original flavors.

2015/9/23
On Yee

The atmosphere is nice~ if u need something big u should order this cafe au laite

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a new exhibitiion has started, don't forget to find time and come for watching it! Beyond the temple walls: Ritual passage between life and death Portraits. Myths, legends, religion and tradition, as the cultural heritage of Nepal. These three black and white series commemorate and celebrate living traditions and ancient beliefs that permeate most of Nepal’s festivals and rituals. The first series, “Reincarnation of a dancing demon”, represents an indigenous dance of possession performed by a man-eating demon, shot during a heavy monsoon rain. The second ritual celebrates the “defeat and exorcism of the mythical demon Ghanta karna”. The last series, focusing on the “Cow procession”, portrays a festival commemorating relatives and dear ones who died over the past year. The portraits stand out for their mythological, tribal and primordial visual impact.

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You are invited to Miss Muesli anniversary celebration! Come to enjoy your own customized bowl of muesli or take part in nutrition talks and win cool prizes.

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