Wednesday, January 19, 2005
Restaurant Zetter is the core of Zetter restaurant and rooms
Zetter is a trendy, but classic restaurant in Clarkenwell in London. It is serving Italian food with good taste, white napkins. I had some mussles to start with for £5.00 followed by a Globe & Jerusalem artichoke risotto with parma ham. As a side dish I had braised spinach. I had the £6.00 size portion and it was plenty. The risotto had great texture, a bit al dente, the parmesan did not dominate. As a desert I had a latte, which was served from a very small glass, making it a very joyful experience. It is funny how things that come is small packages feels special. Usually lattes are these gigant monster drinks, where only objective is to maximise the dose.
Zetter is also a boutique hotel, I heard it is nice, but I had no chance to wander around. Next time in the area I might stay. Need to check that they have Wi-Fi, a basic requirement I have in any hotel.
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Hi Christian - they definitely have wifi there. Fiona and myself had our wedding night last year at the zetter, and being two geeks, we both were able to get our ibooks out and check RSS in the morning... It is a lovely place, and very rewarding to the geek - especially the on-demand entertainment system in the rooms - with streaming internet radio from all over the world. You could even listen to YLE if you wanted to!
Posted by: Matt at Jan 31, 2005 10:26:07 AM