Salon Wechsel Dich

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The distinguishing feature of the Café Salon Wechsel Dich is its collaboration with young designers, who wish to introduce themselves and their products.

Salon Wechsel Dich is best known for its scrumptious waffles - also for breakfast - either sweet or savoury.

Coffee, tea and a range of soft drinks are served with this remarkable array of waffles. Nor should you overlook the other breakfasting options here. 

Every chair you sit on, every plate you are served on, and every cup you sip your coffee from is available for sale. A superb way of combining pleasure and shopping.

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