Wine bars

Chancery Lane


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Venue details

  • Address:

    Baranis 115 Chancery Lane
    WC2A 1PP

  • Venue phone:

    020 7242 8373

  • Venue website:

  • Opening hours:

    Bar open 3pm-midnight Mon, noon-midnight Tues-Fri

  • Transport:

    Tube: Chancery Lane or Temple tube

  • Map

    1. Baranis
      • 115 Chancery Lane
        WC2A 1PP
      • 020 7242 8373
      • 51.514353,-0.111682

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Well, that was a very good surprise! I did not pick the bar but join few of my friends for drinks after-work. Atmosphere was very nice for a Wednesday. I am little surprise by the review above from TO the bar is not exactly how they describe it meaning I don't think it is a wine bar. They do have a nice selection of wines but their cocktails... Oh My... this is the reason why you have to go there: COCKTAILS! Their list is so different from the one you can find in most of the bars in London. Lots of twist with lavender, basil... really interesting & delicious. We did not play petanque but it looks like fun. So probably next time.. I liked the sixties decoration, the staff was really nice and helpful.


Enormously disappointing - terribly over priced slightly warm wine, rude manager who forgot our food order and gave us the wrong wine - with no apology. It wasn't surprising then that over the course of the whole evening there was only 6 people in the bar thus making it terribly quiet and at times uncomfortably so but what was a surprise was when they told us the bar closing at 9.30pm???? so not even giving us time to finish our drinks and enjoy a game of petanque - the petanque is a real gem and is by far the best bit. Such a shame - it could be an lovely bar and the decor is lovely but I would recommend going literally anyway else than Baranis especially when there are so many fabulous bars in central london.