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The Good Life France Magazine brings you the best of France - inspirational and exclusive features, fabulous photos, mouth-watering recipes, tips, guides, ideas and much more...


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Issue No. 24

Bringing you the best of France - full length features on Alsace, Bordeaux, Burgundy, Montpellier, Boulogne, Le Havre, the Dordogne, the French Alps and loads more. Delicious recipes, brilliant guides - don't miss this jam-packed issue - it's the next best thing to being there...

Where to eat out in

Where to eat out in Mulhouse Café NoMad is in a former foundry and ever since it opened in 2018, it’s been super popular with the locals. The integrity of the industrial origins of the building have been kept, but its brick walls and industrial pipes combined with funky and vintage artefacts contrasts fabulously with stylish lighting. You’ll find a menu with great street food style dishes - burgers, ribs and chicken teriyaki etc. The popular cocktail list keeps the bar stools permanently filled. Don’t miss the creamy, coconutty, zingy pineapple based Colada’nanas. Full of locals, great for families, friends and couples. Book in advance online if you want to be sure of a table. Tilvist Coff’Tea Shop serves food like maman makes at home. It’s a funky shop and neighbourhood café and social workplace. Try the Bretzels Mulhouse style - the flakiest pastry filled with ham and local cheese, perfect with a tasty salad and freshly made smoothie. Afterwards browse the shop shelves filled with local speciality products and artisan made goods from pottery and glassware to greetings cards, ornaments, textile art and gorgeous bags. Café Mozart is a must when you’re in town. The locals love it as much for its location and spectacular views over the city’s main square, Place de la Réunion, as its sensational cakes and delicious seasonal menu. Inside the café, Patisserie Jacques has been making the locals happy for more than eight decades and the family run business is now run by third generation pastry chef Michel Bannwarth. Open for breakfast and lunch with a varied menu including delicious quiches and pies. But of course the cakes take centre stage with scrumptious and irresistible classics. Mulhouse Tourism UKFrancefr