Home to some of the most iconic tourist attractions, from the Tower of London to Westminster Abbey, Chancery Lane also has an abundance of restaurants and the odd café here and there too. So many that it can be a bit overwhelming if you want to find a decent eatery without having to plough through a dozen listings. We’ve compiled a top 5 list of the best restaurants near Chancery Lane to take some of the hard work out of the equation. See what you think of our top picks.
We’ve chosen Siam Eatery as the first on our list of restaurants near Chancery Lane, because it’s got a great reputation for serving bold and flavoursome Thai and Far Eastern dishes. For example, here you can try a delicious panang or yellow pumpkin curry, or maybe a noodle soup or a rice box? Many of the dishes at Siam are based on family recipes which helps gives this place a special edge for Thai food lovers.
Meals range from approximately £5 – £10.
Unit 4 Chichester Rents, Chancery Lane, WC2A 1EG
One of the best restaurants on Chancery Lane is arguably Baranis, thanks to its very impressive range of herb-based cocktails and wine collection. Not only are there inspiring drinks on offer, but there’s a delicious selection of tasty charcuterie and cheese platters. Situated in the basement, and with a distinct flavour of France, Baranis is a favourite for those looking for post-work nibbles and cocktails, and if you’d like a game of petanque, no problem, there’s an indoor court here!
Reasonable prices starting at £2 for nibbles and pizzas ranging from £4.50 – £9.
115 Chancery Lane, WC2A 1PP.
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If you’re looking for restaurants Near Chancery Lane station, Chilango is just a few streets down from Chancery Lane tube station. Here, expect Mexican classics and vegan options in the form of burritos, hot boxes and salads, along with a diverse range of fillings, toppings and sides. Also, if you like the idea of taking all this home with you, no problem, takeaway is also available.
Boxes range from around £5 – £9 with burritos and hotboxes priced from £8 – £9.
76 Chancery Lane, Holburn, WC2A 1AA.
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When considering where to eat on Chancery lane, it’s definitely worth considering Guido’s. Guido’s is an Italian restaurant dishing up a full range of pasta-based meals, salads and desserts. In particular, you might like to try the pesto siciliano with fresh basil, or if you’re after something sweet, the Nutella Tiramasu should hit the spot. If you’re looking for an Italian lunch on Chancery Lane, this is the place for you.
Guido’s offers a reasonably priced menu with a loyalty program too.
90 Chancery Lane, WC2A 1EU.
Again, when it comes to restaurants near Chancery Lane Station, why not take a look at Kintan? This Japanese restaurant specialises in meat dishes, describing itself as a ‘yakiniku’ which translates to ‘grilled meat’ in Japanese. At each table in this interactive restaurant, you will find a roaster as well as a meat-lovers menu with Ninja, Samari and Meat-lover courses.
As a guide, the grand menu is based on 2-6 people sharing, starting at around £58 for two people with happy hour prices also available.
21 Great Castle Street, W1G 0HY.