Chancery Coffee

Chancery Coffee is part of The Coffeesmiths Collective, a network of quality coffee shops in central London. Each shop has its own personality tailored to the vicinity, as embodied at Chancery Coffee in its Inns of Court-inspired logo.

Chancery Coffee serves distinctive, quality coffees and there’s always something new to try, with high quality coffee sourced from leading coffee estates. Each cup is made to order and prepared with care and precision. Tea drinkers are catered for too and there’s a delicious selection of hearty sandwiches (no limp bread here) and moresome cakes to choose from.

There’s a small seating area and everyone is super friendly. Visit just once and you’ll become an independent coffee house convert.

Address
90 Chancery Lane
London
WC2A 1DT


Monday – Friday
7.30am – 5.00pm
Saturday – Sunday
Closed

Brasserie Blanc

Brasserie Blanc is warm and inviting with rich wooden floors and oak panelling on both dining floors. There is booth seating offering some privacy for business lunches as well as tables for two, four, six or any configuration required.

Downstairs is home to additional dining plus a fabulous room that is perfect for private hire for meetings, lunches or celebrations.

The food is authentically French with a menu created by Raymond Blanc and his team based on fresh, seasonal ingredients. The extensive a la carte menu changes with each season and there is superb value two course set lunch menu at £10.95, with the evening set menu for £14.

Visit the website to view menus, current offers and to book online.

Address
119 Chancery Lane
London
WC2A 1PP


Monday – Friday
12.00pm – 10.00pm
Saturday – Sunday
Closed

www.brasserieblanc.com
020 7405 0290

Baranis

Baranis is a chic London bar that transports you in an instant to sun-kissed Provence.
The bar, named after its wide range of Pastis and Absinthe drinks, is located in the old, atmospheric vaulted cellars of a former auction house on Chancery Lane where discreet booths and the UK’s only indoor pétanque court makes it the perfect place for a leisurely lunch or a playful evening.

With a glass of chilled rosé in hand, some Corsican cured meat and a game of pétanque on the go, city life seems a million miles away.

Address
115 Chancery Lane
London
WC2A 1PP


Monday
3.00pm – 12.00pm
Tuesday – Friday
12.00pm – 12.00am
Saturday – Sunday
Closed

www.baranis.co.uk
020 7242 8373

113 Restaurant & Bar

One of London’s best kept secrets, 113 Restaurant & Bar, located in the arresting Law Society building on Chancery Lane, offers a menu inspired by British classics mixed with with contemporary flair and a focus on seasonal produce.

Recently refurbished, this luxurious 19th century space has been given a modern new look with inviting furnishings and decor to provide a peaceful haven for diners. These relaxed and welcoming surroundings create a club-like feel and provide the ideal location for an early meeting with colleagues or the opportunity to quietly catch up on some work over breakfast (with free Wi-Fi access provided).

Every customer is eligible for a membership card, which allows patrons to collect points which can be exchanged for tasty rewards, and entitles them to exciting monthly offers. The bar, which features an excellent wine list, is open until 9pm Monday to Friday, and while the restaurant is not open for dinner on a daily basis, group bookings can be accommodated on request.

Address
113 Chancery Lane
London
WC2A 1PL


Open Monday to Friday
Breakfast
8am-10am
Lunch
12pm-2pm
Bar open until 9pm
Dinner by arrangement
Closed weekends

www.113chancerylane.co.uk
020 7316 5580