Gastronomy News

Status: 12 January 2022

From 20 December: 2G Certificate Requirement, Adapted Opening Hours

From 20 December 2021, the 2G rule (certificates proving Covid vaccination or recovery) applies in the cafeterias and cafés of UZH. Admission is permitted only to those with a Covid certificate attesting to full vaccination or recovery.

During the semester break, some cafeterias will operate with reduced opening hours while others are closed completely.

Locations and Opening Hours

Takeaway is allowed in the following locations: 

- Irchel: at Brunnenhof
- City Campus: at Mensa
- Binzmühle
- Tierspital
(Alternatives for people without 2G, same as before for people without 3G)
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Reduced Offering

The current situation (mandatory working from home etc.) presents major challenges for the catering services at UZH. During the semester break from 3 January to 20 February, the offering will be reduced accordingly. The following sites will be closed during this time: Rämi 59, Cafeteria Rämistrasse, Cafeteria ZZM, Cafeteria Cityport.

Current information on the opening hours of all locations can be found here: Locations and Opening Hours

Precautionary Measures

Masks are still obligatory in all indoor areas of UZH. Masks may only be removed to eat and drink when seated. There is no mask requirement in the outdoor areas.

Under Information Coronavirus you will find the other requirements that apply to visiting our cafeterias, cafés and restaurants.


Check your Covid certificate yourself and spend less time in the queue? That's how it works: Link (PDF, 449 KB)
Please present it together with your ID / Legi at the cash register.

 

Further information on the current provisions and regulations at UZH to prevent the spread of the coronavirus can be found on the main UZH website:
Coronavirus: All Information for UZH Members and External Guests

What's New?

We are constantly freshening up the University of Zurich's food and drink offerings. There are many renewals in our UZH sites: Renewals


TWINT is accepted as a means of payment in UZH establishments.

Platte 14: Delivery
Platte 14's fine dishes and treats can now be ordered online and delivered directly to your home or place of work or study.

Moderate price increase
The increase in sustainability and quality in the gastronomy offer will lead to a moderate price adjustment, as already communicated. In addition to the prices of the main menu lines, the prices of the secondary offerings will also be increased slightly. The following table provides an overview: LINK (PDF, 36 KB)