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The Cinnamon Club

Indian Restaurant in London

The Cinnamon Club, Old Westminster Library, Great Smith St, London, SW1P 3BU
020 7222 2555    Email    Website   
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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.
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STOP PRESS: 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.
Owners Description

Set in the historic Grade II listed former Westminster Library; The Cinnamon Club is an institution in the world of Indian fine dining. The original modern Indian restaurant in London, The Cinnamon Club has a long history of serving innovative and creative Indian cuisine in a magnificently majestic setting.

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.

Business Facilities Yes1
Private Rooms Yes60,30
Last Orders 10.30 pm
Dress Code No trainers
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The Cinnamon Club News
cinnamon clubCelebrate the summer season with the FT Weekend Laurent-Perrier Rosé Summer Menu at Vivek Singh's “seriously brilliant” Cinnamon Club, in association with Taste of London 2016. Enjoy three courses and a glass of Laurent-Perrier Cuvée Rosé Brut NV Champagne in this impressive dining space (now even more handsome thanks to last year's £1m refurb) at £50 per person.

Housed within Westminster's “soaring” former library, near the Abbey, The Cinnamon Club – which celebrates its 15th birthday this year – is still one of London's most notable dining destinations.

The offer is available from 20 June-31 July 2016 at lunch (noon-2.45 pm) and dinner (6-10.45 pm). Maximum of 14 guests per booking.

Cinnamon Club, Cinnamon Kitchen and Cinnamon Soho are all supporting Curry for Change – a campaign to help change the lives of families in Asia and Africa run by UK charity Find Your Feet. Each restaurant will have a special Curry for Change sponsored dish throughout the month of June. Choose one of these specially created dishes and the restaurant will donate £1 towards the campaign – every penny raised will be matched by the campaign partner, Natco Foods.

Curry For Change dishes:

The Cinnamon Club – Smoked Herdwick lamb escalope and galouti kebab mille feuille

Cinnamon Kitchen – Roast sea bream filled with tomato and kokum, fenugreek salad

Cinnamon Soho – Chicken korma: Tandoori chicken breast, cashew korma, kadhai veggies

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