Cuisine & Style:
French - Bar & Restaurant
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More about Cigalon and Baranis
Set in a magnificent former auction house, Cigalon brings the fine cuisine of Provence to London. A lively open kitchen offers a flourish of entertainment in Cigalon's effortlessly elegant setting.
Showcasing a classy selection of French recipes, the Cigalon menu sees adventurous flavours served alongside simple yet succulent grill options. Favourites at Cigalon Chancery Lane include roasted suckling pig belly with caramelised peach and butternut squash, or a sublimely fresh market fish of the day served straight from the grill.
For more informal dining, the bar at Cigalon London offers a laidback vibe, where guests can enjoy a bespoke cocktail, inspired by the flavours of Provence. Plush, cocoon-style booth seating, subdued lighting and exposed brickwork makes Cigalon a luxurious yet intimate setting.
Light floods through the glass-panelled ceiling onto the clean, fresh dining room at Cigalon restaurant. Chancery Lane Tube Station is 7 minutes’ walk away.
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Customer Reviews for Cigalon and Baranis
97% of diners at this restaurant would recommend it to another person.
(5) by Margaret from london, united kingdom
19 May 2013
We booked this as a birthday treat for my wife before the theatre, 17-45 booking we were the only ones in the restaurant, sadly there was a power cut between starters and the main course which wasn't going to be fixed for an hour so we had to leave and sit through Les Mis on only a very small starter..... What more can I say ???
(1) by Kevin from Margate
7 May 2013
Good dining experience, pleasant surrondings. Particulalry apprciated the call in the morning to confirm booking.
(4) by Chris from London, United Kingdom
3 May 2013
Excellent food, great service
(4) by Brianna from London
2 May 2013
This is a wonderful restaurant. The welcome was friendly yet efficient. Staff attentive but unobtrusive, dined at our pace not theirs. Extremely comfortable seating, space and privacy. The food was extraordinary value for the set price menu. We are checking diaries for a prompt return. Highly recommended, seriously go there as soon as you can.
(5) by Susan from London
27 April 2013
The lunch fixed price menu with rose wine cocktail aperitif is excellent value. Good bread, tapenade with croustade to get things going and a choice of three dishes for each of the three courses. The food was well presented, just the right size portions, well cooked and tasty. Reasonable wine list, though many bottles are rather expensive/overpriced for a casual lunch. Service was efficient.
(4) by Nick from ...
19 April 2013
A pleasant meal. Excellent value. Great service with friendly smiling staff. It does make a difference!
(5) by Steven from London, United Kingdom
18 April 2013
all was very pleasant.
(5) by Jan from ...
17 April 2013
We dined at Cigalon for an evening meal as a group of friends. The food was exquisite - although we all agreed the portions could have been a bit bigger. The wine selection was exquisite and the sommelier was very informative and helpful. We used the star deal so the meal was great value for money.I would definitely recommend.
(5) by MinaB from London
7 April 2013
We dined at 18:45. Though it was a Thursday night the restaurant was not full. Sat in one of the booths which are absolutely the Beas seats in the house!! The lack of diners did not detract from the lovely feeling of the restaurant. The decor is stunning, especially the lighting. It was also great to see they gad a private room. The service was very good and the food was excellent. We had the set menu which was fantastic value for money. Despite the fact that we had the set menus we were not rushed and in fact were the last to leave. I would definitely go again. Didn't get a chance to check out the bar so looking forward to doing that next time.
(5) by Ponni from London
5 April 2013