Clerkenwell Food Guide.

Clerkenwell Food Guide

6 March 2023

SESSIONS ART CLUB: One of Clerkenwell’s best kept secrets. The Sessions Art Club doesn’t disappoint. The interior is instagrammable, it’s an ‘urban sanctuary’ nestled between Farringdon & Clerkenwell Green. The Sessions Art’s Club is a space to enjoy, unwind and soak up all it has to offer with a high-end menu using the best quality seasonal ingredients so that your palette is cleansed and your taste buds are left tickling for more. We’d recommend the sea bream as it’s velvety texture really melts in your mouth. If that’s not enough, have a decadent peach bellini and pair that with blood orange sorbet to really evoke the senses. Book now or regret it later.

BLEEDING HEART BISTRO: Another one of Clerkwenwell’s hidden gems. The Bleeding Hart practices what it preaches. It’s a hearty bistro with a traditional British/French menu. Its long standing reign in Clerkenwell isn’t surprising as it sits within a courtyard, transporting you away from the hustle and bustle, leaving you feeling serene and relaxed. Nothing beats tuna nicoise, an ice cold beer and chocolate mousse to soothe a long week. We recommend the terrace on a hot summer’s evening and enjoying all that the Bleeding Heart has to offer.

LEATHER LANE MARKET: One of the best markets in London (not biased). Leather Lane is simple, it’s a road consisting of copious amounts of different cuisines from Indian to Turkish, Israeli to Greek. The choice is endless, the daily debate is a struggle. What makes Leather Lane so attractive is the aroma’s of each cuisine which fill the air as you embark on what cuisine you fancy on that particular day. We have to shoutout Balady which sits on the corner. The israeli/syrian restaurant boasts the best falafel and pita that Clerkenwell has to offer. The staff are polite and energetic and the food is spicy, decadent and delicious. 

THE ZETTER TOWNHOUSE (CLERKENWELL): The Zetter Hotel embodies cool. The Georgian Townhouse is a small 13-housed boutique in Clerkenwell. The interior is eclectic and chic, showcasing the hotel’s historical roots. Perfect for a cup of tea, or a late night cocktail, there’s nothing the Zetter can’t offer. Something the Zetter prides themselves on is the feeling of being ‘home from home’. We would recommend going for a night of R&R, soaking up the big fluffy bathrobes and the sofest premium linen bedsheets. You won’t regret it.