Bleeding Heart’s long-established and extremely popular French Restaurant offers superb food in historical surroundings within the centre of London. It takes its name from the yard where it is located which, according to the history books, was named after a 17th-century beauty, Lady Elizabeth Hatton, who was found murdered there. The warm, wood-panelled Restaurant is an ideal venue for both an important business lunch (customers cross the City of London for its famed Cheeseboard) and for a romantic ‘diner a deux’ – it was voted by ‘The Times’ as the most romantic restaurant in London.
We have booked a table under Spice London for outdoor sheltered seating. The booking is for 6pm, consisting of 3 tables of 2 near each other.
The Tavern -is their Gastropub. Its history stretches back to 1746 when its slogan was ‘drunk for a penny and dead drunk for two pence’. That spirit of good cheer continues today with real ales from Adnams, an extensive range of wines by the glass and a great–value menu ranging from a very generous Full English Breakfast with warm baguettes and croissants from their own bakery, to Spit- Roasted Suckling Pigs, Free-range Chickens and a noted Suffolk Lamb burger.