Food and drink
Zero Degrees bring meals together in the most tastiest of ways. Expect to find cool topping options on your pizza such as Peking duck, Thai green chicken and pear and gorgonzola. Not a pizza freak? Don’t worry, their salads are super substantial and the risottos aren’t to be ignored either. As for drink, each Zero Degrees restaurants has its own brewery on site that creates a range of bears. My favourite is the wheat beer and I know many ale aficionados who swear by the Czech-style black lager.
Soaked in hoi-sin sauce and dressed in crunchy tortillas and crunchy spring onion, the Peking duck pizza really is something else.
Zero Degrees is pretty bright and lively. It’s a cool place to hang out for a beer so there’s a strong, buzzy bar atmosphere after dark.
The service is always chirpy and efficient. They seem incredibly tolerant waiting on large groups.
Right opposite the stadium and just minutes away from a whole range of pubs and bars on St Mary Street, Zero Degrees is at home in a highly convenient location.
Pizzas are almost all under £12 and the bar runs a happy hour from 5-7pm from Monday to Friday.
The nearest Zero Degrees is in Bristol... And it’s just as good as this one!
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