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Club Zetter

  • Clerkenwell
  • All day
  • ££££

Existing as a work space by day, Club Zetter serves fine wines, cocktails, delicious plates and wines on tap by night.

Information

Address
86-88 Clerkenwell Road, London, EC1M 5RJ
Contact
+44 (0) 20 7324 4455
Opening Times
Mon-Fri 18.00-23.00
Sat 07.00-23.00
Sun 07.00-22.30

Reviews

  • Time Out

    Time Out Says…

    The decor’s all maximal, ’60s kitsch – nary a seat not clad in velvet, cutesy electro-swing bubbling from the speakers, orangey mood lighting – like a hotel lobby done up as Austin Powers’ shag pad. The booze is good: small range of craft beers on tap, extensive wine list (including a number on tap). There’s a menu of small plates: think fat pink-black king prawns swimming in a chickpea-studded lake of oily jus, big squishy portion of pulled pork and anisey-red cabbage slaw in a brioche bun. And an unbelievably delicious baked camembert that’s so ripe it’s almost decomposing (in a good way).

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  • Just Opened London

    Just Opened London Says…

    Zetter team up with Central Working, a project from James Layfield – head hunted by Richard Branson back in 2011, they offer start-ups affordable hot-desk style space in London and Manchester. By day, The Zetter will be filled with budding entrepreneurs, working and meeting collaboratively and by night, the restaurant and bar will continue to survive successfully with cocktails and a gold star menu. It should prove a strong addition to one of the city’s fastest growing hubs for new companies.

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  • Square Meal

    Square Meal Says…

    Not to be confused with the Zetter Townhouse and its stellar cocktail bar ZTH, the hotel’s neighbouring sister, The Zetter Hotel, is home to this ground-floor restaurant, lounge and bar. The curved wall of windows looks out onto St John’s Square and its shape is mirrored by a black marble-topped bar which sweeps across the room. The all-day menu starts with sharing boards of British charcuterie and cheese (from Androuet in Spitalfields), followed by European standards such as burrata with heritage tomatoes and shellfish cocktails.

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