Cigalon

Cigalon

British

0.5 miles
115 Chancery Lane, City, Central London, WC2A 1PP
Cigalon is the perfect 'special occasion' location. The elegant lighting and private booths - not to mention the exquisite Provençal cuisine - make it an ideal spot to treat your loved one, conduct a formal meeting or enjoy a languid lunch with friends.

After a refreshing Le Pagnol cocktail - with lychee, St Germain elderflower liqueur, vodka, anise, cranberry and a spring of rosemary - we nibbled away on warm bread with salty olive tapenade. Soon came a creative starter of snail and chicory fricassee with Mont Ventoux ham, soft boiled egg and soldier. Letting the yoke run over the tender ham, we popped the rich snails into our mouths, relishing the expert balance of earthy and indulgent. For our main courses we had roasted suckling pig belly with cep polenta and garlic sauce and a halibut special with yellow zucchini, mussels and a seafood sauce. The fish was perfectly complemented by the soft and delicate mussels; the pig belly melted like butter in the mouth, while the addition of fresh herbs added a light, palate-cleansing touch.

Already totally satisfied, we nonetheless ordered dessert: a decadent chocolate and confit grapefruit tartelette. While sipping a Chocolate Goddess cocktail with Frangelico, amaretto, Port, cognac and house spices, we secretly cleaned the plate with our fingers - and had no regrets about doing so.
+2Cigalon
Open: Mon-Fri noon-10pm

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