Located in Clerkenwell, Bleeding Heart has been drawing fans from across town for over 30 years. The restaurant houses a collection of six private dining venues, which includes the Parlour, Wine
Cellar, Terrace Room, Red Room and The Tavern Dining Room. The Wine Cellar, with its collection of wine-themed memorabilia, seats 30, while the intimate Parlour, decorated in the style of a
Victorian dining room, holds 18. The largest of the spaces is the 600-year-old Crypt, where Henry VIII held one of his (many) wedding feasts. Still a great wedding venue, it can seat up to 150. The
selection of dishes for private dining is provided on a pair of three-course menus that change seasonally.
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Bleeding Heart's restaurant review
For some, the World Cup is a nightmare. That's why from 12 June to 12 July Bleeding Heart will offer a two-course fixed-price menu at football-free tables in both its Tavern and Bistro. Priced at
£15pp and £18pp, respectively, diners will even get a complimentary third course.