Sept 2016: The Cinnamon Club reopened after a six week, £1m refurb. Jan 2015: Boparan Restaurant Holdings (BRH) has acquired the Cinnamon Collection, with plans for expansion in the UK and overseas. Vivek Singh remains as CEO and executive chef.
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London’s most “impressive”-looking Indian occupies Westminster’s “soaring” former library, near the Abbey (and looks even more dashing after its recent £1m refit). Nearly fifteen years old, it’s still one of the capital’s most noteworthy culinary destinations, thanks not least to Vivek Singh’s “seriously brilliantly spiced” (if “expensive”) cuisine.
Westminster’s “majestic” former library, near the Abbey, may make a “curious” setting for one of London’s foremost Indians, but most reporters still acclaim its “thrilling take on contemporary subcontinental cuisine”; standards this year, though, were bit more up-and-down than usual.
In the “beautiful” setting of Westminster’s former library, near the Abbey, Iqbal Wahhab’s “outstanding” venture is one of London’s most impressive destinations; its “haute take” on Indian cuisine often achieves an “absolutely sublime” standard.
Re-opening in 2015 following a major refurbishment, Executive Chef Vivek Singh and Head Chef Rakesh Ravindran Nair have developed a stunning new menu that combines The Cinnamon Club’s signatures with new dishes and celebratory platters. The Cinnamon Club is committed to pushing boundaries and continues to evolve its trademark Indian dining experience.
The Cinnamon Club Restaurant Diner Reviews
"High class Indian with an interesting menu however it is more expensive than your local!"
Old Westminster Library, Great Smith St, London, SW1P 3BU
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lunch noon - 2.45 pm, dinner 6 pm - 10.45 pm
Last orders: 10.30 pm