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A restaurant and microbrewery in [[Locale Blackheath|Blackheath]], just off the Heath itself. It is a few minutes' walk from [[Blackheath Station]]. Zero Degrees also have branches in Bristol, Reading, and Cardiff, and own [[Zero Bar, DA6 8DG|the Zero Bar]] in [[Locale Bexleyheath|Bexleyheath]].
Zero Degrees is a restaurant and microbrewery in [[Locale Blackheath|Blackheath]], just off the Heath itself. It is a few minutes' walk from [[Blackheath Station]]. Zero Degrees also have branches in Bristol, Reading, and Cardiff, and own [[Zero Bar, DA6 8DG|the Zero Bar]] in [[Locale Bexleyheath|Bexleyheath]].
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The restaurant has a large ground floor and a mezzanine. It can get quite busy, but it's never usually been necessary to wait more than a few minutes for a table ([[Pete G]] and companion were seated straight away on a busy Saturday night). The mezzanine can be quieter, though it isn't always open ([[Ewan]] was called back for venturing up there on our Saturday afternoon visit). There are tables outside in the summer. Service is brisk but friendly.
The restaurant has a large ground floor and a mezzanine. It can get quite busy, but it's never usually been necessary to wait more than a few minutes for a table ([[Pete G]] and companion were seated straight away on a busy Saturday night). The mezzanine can be quieter. There are tables outside in the summer. Service is brisk but friendly.
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The food is simple and mostly pretty decent, specialising in pizzas, kilo pots of mussels, and 'gourmet' sausage and mash. Appetisers, salads, pastas, and side orders are also available. The pizzas are cooked in a wood-fired oven, and have good crispy bases with an interesting range of toppings. [[Pete G]] can particularly recommend the porcini mushroom (£8.25), which comes with red onion, smoked cheese, and a white wine and garlic sauce, and this was the one [[Ewan]] had on a February 2009 visit -- creamy, rich, perhaps a little too oily, but excellent nonetheless. Garlic and rosemary pizza bread for an appetiser (£3) was tasty without being oily at all. A rocket and parmesan side salad (£4) was a good sized portion with plenty of parmesan shaved over the top and some cherry tomatoes and olives in it as well.
The food is simple and mostly pretty decent, specialising in pizzas, kilo pots of mussels, and 'gourmet' sausage and mash. Appetizers, salads, pastas, and side orders are also available. The pizzas are cooked in a wood-fired oven, and have good crispy bases with an interesting range of toppings ([[Pete G]] can particularly recommend the porcini mushroom, which comes with red onion, smoked cheese, and a white wine and garlic sauce).
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The steel vats of the modern microbrewery are visible in a side room off the restaurant. The beers are in a US West Coast micro tradition. The regular brews are a Pilsner (good fresh flavour, with zippy Czech Saaz hops, though [[Ewan]] found it to be rather bland in taste), a Pale Ale (copper coloured, malty, with American hops), a Black Lager (which [[Pete G]] found disappointingly bland, but [[Ewan]] greatly preferred to the Pilsner), and a Wheat Ale (tasty but a little sweet to pair with some food), and all priced at £2.80 a pint. They also have a special: on [[Pete G]]'s last visit, this was an excellent Viennese lager; on the previous occasion, it was a pomegranate beer. Happy hours are 4pm–7pm Monday to Friday.
The steel vats of the modern microbrewery are visible in a side room off the restaurant. The beers are in a US West Coast micro tradition. The regular brews are a Pilsner (good fresh flavour, with zippy Czech Saaz hops), a Pale Ale (copper coloured, malty, with American hops), a Black Lager (which I found disappointingly bland), and a Wheat Ale (tasty but a little sweet to pair with some food). They also have a special: on my last visit, this was an excellent Viennese lager; on the previous occasion, it was a pomegranate beer. Happy hours are 4pm–7pm Monday to Friday.
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<div class="last_verified">Last visited by [[Ewan]] and Jo, 28 February 2009. Prices verified at that visit.</div>
<div class="last_verified">Last visited by [[Pete G]], May 2007.</div>
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Zero Degrees is a restaurant and microbrewery in Blackheath, just off the Heath itself. It is a few minutes' walk from Blackheath Station. Zero Degrees also have branches in Bristol, Reading, and Cardiff, and own the Zero Bar in Bexleyheath.

The restaurant has a large ground floor and a mezzanine. It can get quite busy, but it's never usually been necessary to wait more than a few minutes for a table (Pete G and companion were seated straight away on a busy Saturday night). The mezzanine can be quieter. There are tables outside in the summer. Service is brisk but friendly.

The food is simple and mostly pretty decent, specialising in pizzas, kilo pots of mussels, and 'gourmet' sausage and mash. Appetizers, salads, pastas, and side orders are also available. The pizzas are cooked in a wood-fired oven, and have good crispy bases with an interesting range of toppings (Pete G can particularly recommend the porcini mushroom, which comes with red onion, smoked cheese, and a white wine and garlic sauce).

The steel vats of the modern microbrewery are visible in a side room off the restaurant. The beers are in a US West Coast micro tradition. The regular brews are a Pilsner (good fresh flavour, with zippy Czech Saaz hops), a Pale Ale (copper coloured, malty, with American hops), a Black Lager (which I found disappointingly bland), and a Wheat Ale (tasty but a little sweet to pair with some food). They also have a special: on my last visit, this was an excellent Viennese lager; on the previous occasion, it was a pomegranate beer. Happy hours are 4pm–7pm Monday to Friday.

A takeaway service is available, and the beers are offered for sale in 5L and 50L party kegs.

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Last visited by Pete G, May 2007.

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