Cigalon and Baranis

115 Chancery Lane, London, WC2A 1PP


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Main Course £13
Food Spend £35

Wonderful food and a wonderful service, I would definitely recommend this restaurant.

Elizabeth Mcmanus 16 April 2014
From London Borough of Sutton

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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.

Customer Reviews for Cigalon and Baranis


(based on 134 reviews)

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18 April 2014 by Amy Porter from London
Restaurant nice, non vegetarian set menu food really good. Service pretty slow, and very inflexible. Vegetarian asked if she could swap a vegetarian dish on the set menu and was told she had to go a la carte. The vegetarian food was pretty awful. We were challenged for the 80p we were short on the "optional service charge". All in all left feeling really disappointed, which is a shame since the non vegetarian food was delicious.
16 April 2014 by Elizabeth Mcmanus from London Borough of Sutton
Wonderful food and a wonderful service, I would definitely recommend this restaurant.
5 April 2014 by Kathy Abbott from London
An excellent offer; three courses for £20 in central London. Food was good but not mind blowing, though I didn't expect it to be for the price. The trouble is; that it could have made me want to eat there again from the a la carte, but it hasn't. The veloute was tasty, as was the bread and tapenade but the barlotti beans which accompanied my (tasty and well cooked) coley were a bit bland. The bayleaf brulee was a bit burned and bitter on top and service was a bit slow: I had to top up our wine and water twice.
All in all though, not bad and my guest and I had a pleasant evening.
4 April 2014 by Mulefa from London
Went with an old friend and had a fantastic evening - the food was delicious & great value for money with the Star Deal, the restaurant has a lovely relaxing ambience, and the service was friendly & attentive. Would highly recommend!
4 April 2014 by Jo Harkins from London
Went for the set meal for £20,
Every course was good & well presented.
Good value for money, would go again.
4 April 2014 by Charles Andrew from Huntingdon
Very pleasant restaurant with plenty of light and good decor.Food of high standard with good selection of drinks.Non alcoholic cocktails were delightful.Attentive and good service.All 3 courses were tasty, appealing and well presented.Used the special option menu and perhaps a slighlty larger selection would have been preferable but overall a very enjoyable dining experience.
3 April 2014 by Catherine from London
The restaurant had a very relaxing ambience, the food was delicious and the service attentive. Highly recommended.
2 April 2014 by Michael Cheung from Dockland
A very good layout and the service was excellent, We had the star meal for three people and it was value for money. I think we will go back again with some other friends.
2 April 2014 by Antony Thomlinson from London
The restaurant specialises in Provencal food. We had the set menu, which offers a choice of three dishes for each of three courses (plus a rather odd watery cocktail - a type of sprtizer). The food was delicious, especially a smoked celeriac soup to start with: it was worth going to the restaurant for that alone. The menu was very reasonably priced at £20. The wine, which is also mainly Provencal, is more steeply priced, with almost nothing under £25, so that when extras are added the cost is about £45 a head; but still a good night out.
1 April 2014 by Alex from London

Cigalon and Baranis

115 Chancery Lane, London, WC2A 1PP

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