Kafischnaps is located one block down the hill from Schafhauserplatz. This café is at a busy intersection and has a large sidewalk seating area at the front and side. Inside there are wooden tables and chairs and the decoration is mostly checkered floors and walls. All orders are paid and served at the bar. The staff seems energetic and there is music playing in the background. They have a good selection of magazines and newspapers for the customers. The menu consists of breakfast items, a light selection of hot & cold lunch options and dinner. Hot and cold beverages are also whipped out from the bar. I had a hot chocolate (5CHF), steamed milk served with packaged chocolate powder and a cookie. Kafischnaps also happens to be a small pension with about five guest rooms.
My husband and I found this place was open on Easter Sunday. This place was nice, clean and cozy. It was a bit chill that morning, so we chose to sit inside next to the main entrance. Because we didnt speak Swiss German, we asked for an English menu. The staff there was nice. He was even trying to chat with us. We ordered kafi supplement with muesli, scramble egg on the side to share. We also had a cafe, and a cappuccino. We never had this kind of breakfast before and we both liked it alot. My husband liked the Muesli very much. It wasnt crowd that morning. We stayed till around 11am and the crowd started forming.