A microbrewery within a grade II historic building makes for a pretty unique drinking and dining experience at Zero Degrees. This impressive venue has a large dining area, working brewery and an open kitchen, so you can witness the kitchen creations as you sup a craft ale. Pizza is a popular menu choice here, with stunning wood fired pizza, baked to absolute perfection, with a range of toppings to suit all tastes. Choices include Jamaican chicken, wood roasted vegetables and salmon and mascarpone.
Bottomless brunch was great - yummy food and quick to top up the Prosecco!
We were sat in an area to suit our needs on the day and had a very nice waiter who checked on us through our meal
Lovely staff, kept our drinks topped up. Food was amazing especially the garlic mushroom starter!!!
Excellent food, attentive service and generous with the prosecco!
Great venue for a bottomless brunch, we sat outside in the sunshine and was served by lovely staff. They went out their way to make our afternoon special, I would highly recommend this place and definitely go try their mango beer!
For bottomless prosecco they would not put a bottle on the table which meant we have to keep asking for top ups. The quality of the food and presentation was average, however the portions were large. The service was poor, initially only our starter order was taken. The staff did not realise until after we had eaten it which then meant we had to wait a long time for our main courses and we were there a lot longer than we wanted to be. The atmosphere and layout/style of the restaurant was good however one lot of the toilets were flooded and there were a lot of tradesmen in and out trying to fix it. The wriggle deal was good value for money overall however I don’t think we would go again.