Bleeding Heart (London) Reviews
Description:RESTAURANT/WINE BAR. FRENCH. 4 Bleeding Heart Yard (off Greville Street), Clerkenwell EC1 (Farringdon/Chancery Lane ... more
Newest Review: ... is the restaurant proper. It is done out in a style that is difficult to define, but the best I could guess is medieval European. There are lots of racks of wine and champagne everywhere, and they make a big deal of the wine list (not that we had any). We had booked, but had to wait a very few minutes to be sat down. The maitre de was what you might expect, and it seemed that he might or ... more
Customer Bleeding Heart (London) Reviews (2)
by - written on 06/07/04, updated on 06/07/04 (Useful, 619 readings)
As a reward for services rendered, I was taken to the Bleeding Heart restaurant downstairs by a colleague, and also to motivate a client. We only had time for a short lunch, but that was enough to create a favourable impression. The Restaurant is in a sort of hidden yard ? Bleeding Heart Yard, which is a turning off a turning off Hatton Garden. Parking is difficult, but feasible. It is the sort of place you have to know about, as you would not notice it casually. Upstairs is a bar/bistro sort of affair, but downstairs is the restaurant proper. It is done out in a style that is difficult to define, but the best I could guess is medieval European. There are lots of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/09/00, updated on 12/09/00 (Very useful, 240 readings)
Yummy, is all i can say. My lovely boss took me here for a quick lunch one day and even though i 'just had a sandwhich' it was absolutely fantastico. If you want to go for lunch, you have to be there around 12 sharp because the bar fill up quickly. There are a few cosy little tables and a couple of particularly attentive staff who are there whenever you need them! The range of food on the bar menu is not massive but it offers a little comething for all tastes. The lunches range from baguettes to whole half chickens! or lobsters! I had a roast pork sandwhich which came with a groovy little salad and the best chips i have ... Read the complete review
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