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Food miles are still a hot topic for ethical consumers, but few consider the distance booze has travelled before it reaches the glass. At this spacious Blackheath microbrewery & restaurant, the answer is about 10 metres. A range of handcrafted beers is produced on-site in the gleaming stainless-steel vats to the right of the entrance, & delivered via a pipe directly to the pumps. Regular brews include pilsner, pale ale, black lager & wheat beer, & there’s usually a speciality or seasonal ale, too. Wood-fired pizzas, kilo pots of mussels (cooked five ways) & hearty sausages are among the beer-friendly food. Sadly, service in the restaurant area isn’t always snappy. When the weather’s sunny, pick up a five-litre party keg & decamp to the heath with a picnic.

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Zerodegrees

29-31 Montpelier Vale ,London SE3 0TJ

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Next Wimbledon I'll be stocking up on the pesto.

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Nov 2013

I have an issue with Zero Degrees (yes, it's going to be one of those days). I am not 100% sure about these fusion menu pizzas: sweet sauces on pizza dough for mains. There are many successful fusion restaurants in the world, but they fuse the menu, not the dishes. For your information: Peking duck in plum sauce belongs on pancakes, not pizzas. I'm so glad to get that off my chest. I was persuaded to give it another chance the other day. After all it's headline is microbrewery which is actually...

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  • Food & Drink: 8
  • Service: 8
  • Atmosphere: 5
  • Value: 5

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Zerodegrees

29-31 Montpelier Vale ,London SE3 0TJ

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Mar 2011

After waiting over 10 minutes for a member of staff to come to our table, we were told that there were no mussels or parma ham, the two very things we'd come in to sample, having heard rave reviews from friends. There were about 15 people eating, so they shouldnt have run out of these ingredients and shouldnt have taken 10 minutes to get to us, only to tell us that the two most popular items weren't available. Most places tell you what's not available as soon as you arrive. We left straight away...

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  • Food & Drink: 6
  • Service: 3
  • Atmosphere: 3
  • Value: 4

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Zerodegrees

29-31 Montpelier Vale ,London SE3 0TJ

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Sep 2009

Pooooooor service. I know this is based on only one incident, but I still value customer service when I go out, and our server clearly had no idea what customer service meant. I ordered a pizza that had 4 main ingredients…zucchini, eggplant, mixed peppers, and sundried tomatoes. It came to me with no peppers at all. Considering they charge you 1.50 to add an ingredient, I felt a bit ripped off having one of mine missing. I waited for a server to come by so I could say something, but nobody did....

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  • Food & Drink: 7
  • Service: 3
  • Atmosphere: 5
  • Value: 6

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    The Hedonist :: The Hedonist Zero Degrees

    Pizza and beer? Well why not- the Americans and Italians have been doing it for years and Zero Degrees has being serving up hungry Blackheathers with their signature pizzas and brews since 2000. The restaurant is named after the meridian line that runs through Blackheath and sits right on the heath with easy train connections to the 02 in Greenwich and into town. I have been invited to review and by the time I have wended my way down from north-west to south-east I’m feeling hungry…
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    TToday we’re heading to an area of south-east London called Blackheath. Our destination, Zerodegrees opened here in 2000 and is named after the meridien line that runs through the area – Greenwich is just down the road. It’s the first of four establishments around the country with the other three setting up in Bristol, Reading and Cardiff.

    Zerodegrees offers a great range of mainly Italian-style food and a lovely selection of beers brewed on site. Brewmaster Rob, is passionate about his beery creations which are made in the cellar right beside the bar (no food miles at all to concern yourself with here)....
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