Special Offers


Bleeding Heart Restaurant offers modern French food, ‘impeccable service’, an award-winning ‘encyclopaedic’ wine list and above all a uniquely welcoming ambience in a wonderfully historic setting.

The warm, wood-panelled Restaurant is an ideal venue for both an important business lunch (customers cross the City for its famed Cheeseboard) and for a romantic ‘diner a deux’ – it was voted by ‘The Times’ as the City’s most romantic restaurant.

Lunch Offer: 2 courses £21 / 3 courses £25


 Available Monday – Friday 12pm – 2:30pm / 5;30pm – 9:30pm

To Start

Seared Filet of Cornish Mackerel with English apple vinaigrette, color beetroot and horseradish cream

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Croustillant of goat cheese, tomato, basil and walnuts with aged balsamic dressing (V)

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Smoked loin of venison with blackberry coulis, black pudding beignet

To Follow

Black filet of Cod with young leeks, cucumber and dill potatoes with a lemon butter sauce

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Seven hour slow braised Suffolk blackface lamb courgette tian, crispy kale and rosemary jus

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Wild Mushroom risotto, shaved parmesan, truffle oil (v)

To Finish

Raspberry macaron heart,raspberry ice cream-

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Tropical Fruit Pavlova, maple and pecan ice cream

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Selection of cheese from our trolley


Lunch Offer: 2 courses £21 / 3 courses £25


 Available Monday – Friday 12pm – 2:30pm / 5;30pm – 9:30pm

To Start

Seared Filet of Cornish Mackerel with English apple vinaigrette, color beetroot and horseradish cream

***

Croustillant of goat cheese, tomato, basil and walnuts with aged balsamic dressing (V)

***

Smoked loin of venison with blackberry coulis, black pudding beignet

To Follow

Black filet of Cod with young leeks, cucumber and dill potatoes with a lemon butter sauce

***

Seven hour slow braised Suffolk blackface lamb courgette tian, crispy kale and rosemary jus

***

Wild Mushroom risotto, shaved parmesan, truffle oil (v)

To Finish

Raspberry macaron heart,raspberry ice cream-

***

Tropical Fruit Pavlova, maple and pecan ice cream

***

Selection of cheese from our trolley