33 montpelier vale london SE3 0TJ
+44 20 88525619
mon-sat 12pm-midnight sun 12pm-11pm
5 april 2016
well worth a diversion from the city centre, zero degrees immerses you in great food and perhaps even better beer in one of london’s most picturesque ‘little villages’, blackheath. the bar-restaraunt has a split personality. one half is a craft brewery, with impressive fermentation tanks and mash tuns providing an industrial back drop to your meal, the second half is an alluring open kitchen serving up an imaginative Italian menu with an abundance of choice. naturally, beer pairing recommendations help narrow down the options. there’s something for everyone from the hearty black lager to the fruity mango-infused beer and revolving speciality beers to keep you coming back. the authentic stone oven bequeaths excellent pizzas - thin and loaded with unexpected flavour combinations. International influences range from to the scotch bonnet carnitas, jamaican chicken, greek athena, peking duck, peri peri chicken and the outstanding caramelised pear and gorgonzola. make room for the sweet pizza too - caramelised figs with marscapone and pecan pie with salted caramel. the pizza comes highly recommended but there are also seafood, pasta, risotto, breads, sausage and salad options to boot. the lively bar atmosphere permeates the restaurant - soak it up at the weekend after a ramble in the park, and carve out a few hours to laze with friends.