One or two can enjoy a three-course meal including ajo blanco soup and courgette risotto, accompanied by bread and tapenade and a cocktail
What You'll Get
Choose Between Two Options
- £25 for a three-course meal from the set menu with a cocktail, bread, tapenade, and coffee or tea for one (up to 40% off)
£49 for a three-course meal from the set menu with a cocktail, bread, tapenade, and coffee or tea for two (up to 42% off)
Starters may include: ajo blanco soup | absinthe-cured salmon with watermelon, tomato and mint | warm lamb tongues and capers salad
Mains may include: courgette risotto and rocket pesto | grilled sea bream with baked aubergine, tomato, saffron and coriander sauce | roasted Guinea fowl breast, French beans and hazelnut salad
Desserts may include: goat cheese and cherries | lemon curd, strawberry, lemon and lavender sorbet | dark chocolate Moelleux and apricot sorbet
Cocktails may include: lavender fizz | lychee martini | Bronx | Moscow mule | bramble
- Also includes bread and tapenade | coffee or tea for each person
See full menu here
The Fine Print
Expires 4 months after purchase. Limit 1 per 1 or 2 people, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Mandatory booking required. Same day appointments accepted. Check availability here and book here. Must present printed Groupon upon arrival. 24-hour cancellation policy. Must be 18 or over. Menus are seasonal and subject to change. Discretionary service charge of 12.5% will be added to the bill. Valid for option purchased only. Verified using our merchant's menu on 10 Jul 2017.
Cigalon brings Provencal cuisine to London. Situated on Chancery Lane just off from The Strand and within walking distance of Covent Garden, Cigalon offers a range of dishes hailing from Provence in the South of France with a menu changing monthly according to what ingredients are available during the season. Fish and meat specials are prepared on the large grill, which is the centrepiece of the restaurant’s open-plan kitchen. The wine list is exclusively French and has an extensive selection of Provençal and Corsican ones, as well as the likes of big-hitters from Bordeaux, Burgundy and beyond. A sommelier’s wine pairing can be provided with the tasting menu and the restaurant prides itself on offering spirits from low-key producers. Cigalon often plays host to a range of activities, including monthly wine dinners and events in the cocktail bar situated downstairs.