Ask for a table by the sweeping window – there's no shortage of those.
The area is a magnet for architects and graphic designers: opt for clean, structural lines or bold prints and dark denim.
At breakfast time, hit up the Atrium for bakery-fresh pastries, American-style pancakes, egg-and-bacon-based favourites and, of course, coffee. Then for lunch and dinner, head to the airy ground floor restaurant, with floor-to-ceiling windows, a smattering of tables and quirky potted-plant installations. For lunch, tuck into a juicy Zetter burger with cave-aged cheddar cheese, triple cooked chips and inions rings, or roast Cornish cod with mussels and seaweed crushed potatoes. If you have any space left, return for dinner; start with smoked salmon or chicken liver parfait, then follow up with miso-glazed pork belly with sesame seeds, edemame and charred onions, and finish with dark-chocolate mousse or a selection of English cheeses. Light snacks (sandwiches, charcuterie and English cheese plates, and sharing boards) are also available throughout the day.
The wine room and bar serves a range of wines, beers and cocktails, cured meats & cheese platters, small plates and bar snacks. There are various other nooks and crannies with brightly coloured walls, low chairs and bold artwork – perfect for a relaxed cocktail or three. The wine and cocktail lists are filled with tempting picks (we like the refreshing strawberry and rhubarb Kir Royale) – stop by at happy house (6-7pm) to sample a wide range of drinks – and if you're after a particular spirit have a chat to the very clued-up barmen. During the day, it's a members club for collaborative working and in the summer there's an alfresco dining area with waiter service.
Breakfast is served 7am to 11.30am on weekdays and from 7.30 on weekends. Brunch is available on weekends between noon and 3pm. The Zetter restaurant is open daily between noon and 10.30pm.
Snacks are available 24 hours and you can order the restaurant menu between noon at 10.30pm.