Listed in the Hardens, Square Meal, Via Michelin and Good Food Guides, Bleeding Heart is a collection of restaurant, tavern and bistro nestled around a courtyard in the city. The tavern, an historic English gastro pub dates back to 1746 and serves rustic Anglo-Saxon food. Enjoy a hearty Full English Breakfast with gold rated black pudding, to a wholesome kedgeree or chose from a selection of soft buttery treats from The Bleeding Heart bakery.
Famous for its history (Lady Elizabeth Hatton was murdered in the Yard in 1626), Bleeding Heart is also well-known the world over for its award-winning wine list with over 450 to choose from.
British, French Influence
Brasserie/Bistro, Restaurant chain
Business meetings, Something a little different
Open from 7am for breakfast Monday to Friday.
Farringdon Underground Station
Canary Wharf, London
Breakfast fit for a king
Leicester Square, London, West End
Birthdays and Special occasions