Dating back to 1746 Bleeding Heart Tavern is a traditional neighbourhood bar. Downstairs in the Tavern Dining Room is an open rotisserie and grill, providing a warm and comforting setting in which to enjoy free-range organic British meat, game and poultry alongside an excellent value wine list.
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Bleeding Heart Tavern
19 Greville StreetClerkenwellLondonEC1N 8SQ
- Public transport:
- Farringdon, Underground
Refreshing and authentically French, this tavern makes bold promises and delivers. The roasted pork and possibly the best bavette steak in town are must haves.more
Lovely little tavern in Farringdon with a very proper French menu. We went for lunch, and tried the charcuterie (not for me, but the others liked it), roast pork sandwich, ribeye steak, and salmon, which was the fish of the day. Each of our meals was well cooked and flavorful, and it was a nice quiet place to have lunch. I'll definitely be back.more
My husband and I have gone into work a couple of times slightly earlier than we normally would so that we can have breakfast here. Both times we've been so far we haven't been disappointed - I've had the eggs benedict and the american pancakes with maple syrup and bacon and both were delicious.
The only negative is the waitresses that served us - cool and offhand are v. good descriptions....more
The Ale was offanyone got any chips, needing some vinegar?
This bar is a bit posh and is near the city. These 2 facts together means it's full of people I don't want to be in a bar with.
Can't decide whether to give it 1 or 2 so I am going to use a new way of deciding called the attractive barmaid method and Mademoiselle '7 pounds please Monsieur' definitely round the score up to 2!more
The Bleeding Heart has apparently been around nearly forever. It is, on the face of it a pub, however, it is better known as a French bistro cum/restaurant, and, I have to say, I wouldn't fee all that comfortable sitting there just for a drink at lunchtime.
As you might expect, it's full of city types at lunchtime. The food is very good, though arguably expensive for a pub (but, as...more