Welcome to The Ländle List

13244129_10156837972085507_7199575873198762339_oMy name is Nicola and I moved to Vorarlberg at the end of 2014 after living in Sydney, Australia for seven years. I am originally from the UK and have a love for food and drink. When I left Sydney a lot of my friends asked me for my “list”. This was my recommendations for cafes, bars, restaurants, food stores and everything in between.

Whenever I visit new places I always seek out recommendations given by locals to ensure I make the most of the city. Therefore I wanted to begin to put together my “Ländle List” and share my experiences as I discover the very best that Vorarlberg has to offer.

Sines- Ambiente, Blumen und Café

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Sitting and enjoying a coffee surrounded by the sight and smell of fresh flowers can only be one thing, a beautiful, calming and enjoyable experience. That is what you are in for at this florist/café in Lustenau. Continue reading

Hoakligs

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Hoakligs actually translates to fussy, but with their food, even the fussiest of eaters will be wolfing down their street food with not even so much as a mumble.  Starting out as a food truck travelling the length and breath of the country, Hoakligs now also have a permanent restaurant in Gotzis called Touché,where you can enjoy their trendy street food concepts in food hall style dining. Continue reading

Café April

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This longstanding favourite in Feldkirch is welcoming, quirky and will guarantee you a good coffee and a unique culinary experience every time. Already a vegetarian and vegan hotspot, yet even the hardiest of meat eaters will have a smile on their face once they have tried the food. Continue reading

Canapé Coffee

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Didn’t your Mum always used to tell you that breakfast is the most important meal, and that it sets you up for the rest of the day. Well the breakfast at Canapé will set you up for the rest of the week. This is an absolutely must to add to your breakfast/brunch hitlist. Continue reading