a neat shirt, a gentle smile and eyes that warm the room, a presence so soft and comfortable when you walk through the door at noon, an irreplaceable talent with infinite creative flare an inspirational being who i’m so glad landed here. 12|2|17


A bijou EC4 dining spot that attracts a chic city–centric crowd The Chancery occupies a small corner site on Cursitor Street. The Chancery was opened by restaurateur Zak Jones in 2004 and has remained a hidden gem in Holborn, central London, for over a decade now. 

The most recent addition to the team is the very talented Head Chef Monsieur Yuma.

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The ground floor restaurant is split by two archways creating two small intimate dining rooms which together hold up to 55 guests. The restaurant features dark leather banquette and chairs, wooden flooring, striking contemporary lighting and modern artwork.

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The lower ground floor dining room accommodates up to 18 and is situated adjacent to the wine cellar. On the other side of the building we have a private dining room with a separate entrance from the restaurant. This dining room offers total privacy and seats up to 35, ideal for corporate events. The dining room is also connected through to The Chancery’s lower ground floor allowing endless possibilities.