Cigalon Ltd, 115 Chancery Lane, London, WC2A 1PP +44 2036416538
- Main course: £13
- Food spend: £35
- Opening hours
Monday - Friday: 12:00 - 14:15 and 17:45 - 22:00
Tuesday - Saturday: 16:00 - 00:00.
Nice food and services with competitive price.
09 August 2018
Set in a magnificent former auction house, Cigalon brings the fine cuisine of Provence to London. Cigalon also host monthly events, with a 5 Courses Test Drive menu on the first Monday, and a Wine Dinner on the fourth Tuesday.
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 Baranis bar offers a laidback vibe, where guests can enjoy a bespoke cocktail and Mediterranean-style bar snacks. Plush, cocoon-style booth seating, subdued lighting and exposed brickwork makes Baranis a luxurious yet intimate setting.
From the team behind Michelin-starred Club Gascon, Cigalon and Baranis is also home to the UK's only indoor petanque court. Chancery Lane Tube Station is 7 minutes’ walk away.
Cigalon Ltd, 115 Chancery Lane, London, WC2A 1PP
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Customer reviews for Cigalon
((((( 9 August 2018 by Hiro from London
Nice food and services with competitive price.
((((( 8 August 2018 by Allan from London
One of my favorite restaurants in London and reasonably priced serving Corsican / Provençale food and wines. The complimentary black olive tapenade and bread appetizer is to die for. I've never been disappointed here and I've taken several guests for business and pleasure who agree with me. Look out for the monthly 'wine pairing' evenings and the 5-course sampler menus. Managed by English speaking French staff, it suits business lunches as much as leisurely dining. If you're a party of up to 3 people, ask for one of the central circular tables - it all adds to the ambiance. 5 stars.
((((( 8 August 2018 by Paul from Luton
Really good, inventive, constantly changing menu of Provencal and Corsican-favoured dishes. Their specials are actually special. Wine events are notable for the variety and quality. We've dined there many times and never a mis-step. Service is attentive without being intrusive. The maitre d is knowledgable and welcoming.
((((* 8 August 2018 by Shelley from London
Great deal. Buzzing on a Monday. Excellent food.Greatservice. Well timed. We both had the ham hock to start followed by the sea trout. Both perfectly cooked and delicious. Reasonably priced wine list. Something to suit all pockets. We’ve been before and we’ll go again.
((((( 5 August 2018 by Froniga from London
Had a lovely lunch at Cigalon with two friends. The booth seating was perfect for cosy conversation. Set menu good value, all of the food was very tasty though portions are on the slightly 'bijou' side. Great service.
((((( 3 August 2018 by Helen from London
Fantastic food and wine, lovely setting and great service
((((( 27 July 2018 by Craig from London
Excellent overall. The Lebense wine pairing was a delight, especially the rose to accompany pudding.
((((( 27 July 2018 by Rosemary from London
We enjoyed the evening - set meal with wine accompaniment. The Lebanese wine was good, particularly the two rose wines, but unfortunately we were not able to buy any to take home sine the restaurant did not have enough stock. The food was delicious and beautifully presented. I particularly liked the confit trout and the herbal sauces. The kid was tasty though a little difficult to cut. Service was attentive without being intrusive and staff are well informed about the food and wine.
((((* 26 July 2018 by Lisa from ROBERTSBRIDGE
Good value lunch menu for a tasty and gastronomic meal with fresh products and inventive menu. The cocktail of crémant with Rosemary is delicious and refreshing with refined herby taste which is reminiscent of Provence, unusual and welcome as an apéritive. Cold velouté is a well chosen summer dish, light and refreshing too. The fish was cooked to perfection and celery is a good accompaniment to it. Dessert is divine. Strawberries are appropriate for the season and the dish is refined and tasty!
((((* 23 July 2018 by Mike from Birmingham
Very good food and fast, friendly, professional service during the early part of our meal, but this dropped away towards the end, leaving us trying to catch the eye of a waiter/tress for tea/coffee and the bill.
Nice setting and ambience, but the circular table was too small for 4 to sit and dine comfortably.
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