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‘Un demi pinte Broadside’ cries the French barman, smartly attired in white shirt and black tie. The Bleeding Heart Tavern is what happens when Gallic bistro meets 18th-century British boozer.
Pumps labelled Adnams and Guinness stand alongside bottles of Saint-Joseph and Pouilly Fuissé on the bar at this quaint City hybrid, while decently rendered pork and duck rillettes, mushroom
velouté and bavette steak with red wine sauce share the billing with fish and chips, steak and ale pie or suckling pig with crackling and apple sauce in the smart basement dining room. Thanks to an
extended licence, you can even have a hair of the dog with your early breakfast. Staff can err towards the frosty, but the red paintwork, brick walls and fireplace of this entrenched hostelry keep
the atmosphere convivially warm.
Well known to The City of London’s bankers, tucked away near Farringdon Station is the Bleeding Heart Tavern; a local favourite serving good French food. Though if you are looking for a more elegant dining experience, there is the Bleeding Heart Bistrot, which spreads-out onto the sunny courtyard in the summer; fantastic for a late afternoon drink.At the Tavern, the service is very friendly and you’ll usually have no issue in popping-in last minute without a reservation...
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