French inspired fine dining...
The Bleeding Heart Restaurants
Bleeding Heart’s long-established and extremely popular French Restaurants 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.
With all year round outdoor seating and its striking 19th Century French wine posters and eccentric Vineyard Sculpture combines a warm ambience and cheerful yet professional service with traditional French dishes plus a great-value list of 350 wines by the bottle and more than two dozen by the glass. It has been noted by City AM as “the best French Bistro in London”. The Bistro has a 60 seat Terrace, highly popular throughout the summer for its a Seafood dishes and its chilled Rose.
We have a number of Charming and Atmospheric Private Dining Rooms seating from 10 to 120 all offering the warm hospitality and impeccable service for which Bleeding Heart is noted throughout the City of London.
Bleeding Heart has returned back to its roots and re-opened its famous Bar which popped its first cork in 1983 when the house claret was 95p a glass, and Champagne was 3.95 – and there was a Concert Grand Piano in the corner. The bar & grill is now on the ground floor of the […]Discover More
The magical medieval Crypt in Ely Place, adjoining Bleeding Heart Yard, is the perfect central London venue for a special Private Event for 50 to 120 guests – be it a Wedding Reception or a City Banquet. With its History of Celebration and Celebration of History, the 600 year–old Crypt at St Etheldreda’s has been […]Discover More