September 2017: After 13 years of successful trading the owner Zak Jones has decided to walk away from renewing his lease on The Chancery with a view to starting up again as a joint venture in a new location.
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Graham Long’s “very interesting, high quality” and “always reliable” cuisine is the hallmark of this “friendly but formal enough” fixture near Chancery Lane – tipped as often as a gastronomic destination as it is for its natural business appeal.
Graham Long’s “thoughtful” and “beautifully executed” cuisine wins high praise for this “smart and fairly formal” 10-year-old, near Chancery Lane, not only recommended as a “very professional” business option, but also as a foodie destination in its own right.
A rather “formal” business favourite, “discreetly located” near Chancery Lane; it “maintains its standards”, with cooking that’s often “first-class”, and “helpful” service too.
With its “professional” attitude and “beautifully presented” cuisine, this “hidden-away” spot, near Chancery Lane, often makes “a good quiet option for a business lunch”; some feedback, however, suggests a “slip in standards” of late.
9 Cursitor Street, London, EC4A 1LL
Mon - Fri noon - 2 pm, 6 pm - 10 pm; Sat 6 pm - 10 pm; Sun closed
Last orders: 10 pm