47 London Restaurants near Chancery Lane Tube Stationview bookable view recommended
|International | Pub / Bar|
|140 Fetter Lane,
Phone: 020 7242 8877
28 – 50 is all about great food and wine. Founders and owners are master sommelier Xavier Rousset and top chef Agnar Sverrisson. Their concept is “Wine Workshop and Kitchen”. It is located at three convenient locations Marylebone, Fetter Lane and Maddox Street. Their menu changes seasonally and over 30 chosen wines are available by the glass, carafe or bottle. Options such as al fresco dining, private rooms for events, celebrations or corporate and get-togethers are available.
|Continental / Mediterranean|
|People love the food, service and ambience!|
57 Wine Bar Creperie customer reviews
|57 Grays Inn Rd|
|Hill House, Show Lane|
Phone: 02078420620 Fax: 02078420621
|Steakhouse | Fast Food / Take Away | Vegetarian / Organic|
|129 Ballards Lane, Finchley Central|
Phone: 020 8343 2989
Located at Barrads Lane, Bazinga restaurant offer tender, hand-cut selections of prime beef, grilled to perfection, hand-made burgers, a fresh salad bar, mouth-watering desserts made with finest, freshest ingredients and a wide selection of great wines. The steaks are of finest quality, sourced from premium quality British and Scottish beef providers. Dishes include Rump Steak, Halal beef burger, Veggie burger, Baby chicken burger with chips and Bazinga spinach rolls. Special events can be celebrated over here.
|1 Plough Place (off Fetter Lane)|
Phone: 02078420510 Fax: 02078420511
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|Pub / Bar | French|
|Bleeding Heart Yard|
Phone: 02072422056 Fax: 02078311402
Listed in the Hardens, Square Meal, Via Michelin and Good Food Guides, Bleeding Heart is an elegant French restaurant in the City of London, renowned for being the most romantic dining destination in the City, as well as a fine venue for business lunches. Held in high regard by the press and surrounding corporate offices, Bleeding Heart serves stylish modern French food from a seasonally-changing a la carte menu. Chef Richard Sawyer also prepares daily specials based on selected market produce to ensure that even regular guests can anticipate a new choice with each visit, served with the warm and highly professional service that they have come to expect from Bleeding Heart. Set in a historic cobblestoned courtyard, Bleeding Heart also offers a buzzy and busy French bistro with a lively, more informal atmosphere. In addition to a great wine list, the bistro also features a large terrace overlooking the courtyard. The bistro menu presents diners with a number of classic and contemporary dishes, including Omelettes, Coq au Vin and Steak Frites, as well as Breast of Duck and Shank of Lamb. The tavern, a historic English gastro pub dating back to 1746, also serves real ale from Adnams, hearty, rustic Anglo-Saxon food, and a Full English Breakfast in the morning. 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. This extensive selection has been recognised with a Wine Spectator Award for the last 12 years.