The Zetter

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  • The classic menu of mixeds includes this Master at Arms (rum & port reduction), and the Somerset Sour, whose cider brandy & hard cider will soon be inside you.
  • I love this place! Great cocktail lounge...
  • don't forget to taste the grown up chocolate fudge! cheap AND delicious
  • Fabulous cocktails and unique decor make this hidden gem a must!
  • Find the Townhouse behind the hotel and try all the cocktails. May require a few visits, but not necessarily.
  • Super cool hotel, check. Stuffed Kangaroo, check. Stuffed cat with parasol, check. Tincture of gunpowder in your cocktail, check.
  • Splendid drinks and decour
  • Extremely nice hotel. And surprisingly enough a very unfriendly restaurant. Tips: We ate at neigbouring Modern Pantry instead for dinner and had breakfast at The Workshop, perfect substitutes.
  • Try Pimms, just a splash of lemonade (at The Zetter, it's homemade) and ginger ale (they use Fever Tree, which is really nice). Refreshing.
  • Sit at the bar. These guys are super friendly and know so much about cocktails. Brilliant!
  • Scotch egg and bloody mary.
  • Great hotel - nice room with just the right amount of amenities and pink mood lighting! Staff was friendly and helpful. Try the coffee.
  • Got straight to the top of my list of cocktail bars in London, along with the Worship Street Whistling Shop and the Nightjar
  • Quirky, beautiful bar with a cosy atmosphere. The drinks menu is extensive and impressive.
  • Some of the flourishes are over the top. Stick to the classics and you'll do very well...
  • 13 gloriously-appointed rooms are stuffed inside a gorgeous Georgian townhouse. Amenities include 2 stylish suites, a games room, private dining rooms for-hire, & a bar.
  • Free wireless
  • Tried and was very satisfied with the Master at Arms. Kln Martini was served to my friend and tasted also great!
  • Get one of the rooftop studio rooms - well worth it
  • Good, free wifi, which makes it a nice place to work. The cappuccino was a bit odd, though more of a flat white with chocolate powder on top. Friendly people work here, which is always good.