Tucked away in a small dead end, Bleeding Heart restaurant has swapped its gorey past for a new type of claret...of the fine French kind!!
Though the food at this London restaurant is typically French, the wine list reaches out to most corners of the globe and returns with a fantastic, eclectic ion, but does not forget the obvious French classics.
The restaurant has a homely feel, quite rustic and honest, and there is a cosy, candlelit terrace for those who want something more romantic. Main courses at Bleeding Heart include a classic sirloin steak with fresh Bernaise sauce & immaculate pomme frites or sea bream with grilled fennel. The bistro menu also presents diners with a number of classic and contemporary dishes, including Omelettes, Coq au Vin, confit of duck or lamb shanks with garlic mash. The tavern, a historic English gastro pub dating back to 1746, serves real ale from Adnams, hearty, rustic Anglo-Saxon food, and a full English breakfast in the morning.
Offering quality and ambience second to none, backed up by extremely friendly and attentive service, Bleeding Heart is definitely a restaurant worth discovering.