There's a modern-British slant to the food menu at this casual City bistro on Swithins Lane, though some Iberian touches do make their presence felt. It's the sister venue to The Don restaurant next door - a proper stalwart of this part of town. Expect pedigree here, then.
Dishes range from smoked salmon, a soft-centre Scotch egg and Gloucester Old Spot pork cutlet with crackling to a foie gras crème brulée, a Galician fish pie and grilled octopus with padron peppers, chorizo and chickpeas. There's a Black Angus burger too, for those that want to remain on the bandwagon.
There's also a focus on wine. The list stretches to 21 pages, with bottles slanting toward classic old world regions. A good number available by the glass makes it accessible, but pricey options also feature - it's in the City, after all. Keep an eye out for lengthy gin and whisky selection, as well as bottled ale.
The new bistro and bar is adjacent to The Don Restaurant, on the site of the original Sandeman Port and Sherry Cellars.
Take a seat in the atmospheric dining room and enjoy a selection of European bistro dishes, followed by a sweet treat from the dessert menu or a selection of five farmhouse cheeses, all enjoyed with a glass or bottle of wine from the award-winning wine list.
The décor emphasises The Sign of The Don's Iberian heritage, with specially commissioned pieces including a cork bar, reclaimed port-barrel banquettes, and a three-metre corkscrew carved from metal.
The Sign of the Don in The City is a two-minute walk from Bank Tube station.
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2 courses & a glass of Trinity Hill wine: £19.50
From a set menu.Offer valid until May 31 2016