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“Excellent Indian food that’s reasonably priced for the City” is the mainstay of the Cinnamon Club’s easterly cousin – “a most enjoyable” destination in an attractive, large covered atrium near Liverpool Street.
“Inventive and subtle” dishes with “just the right amount of spice” win praise for this “high-endish Indian” – the City cousin of the famous Cinnamon Club – within a large covered atrium near Liverpool Street. Its ratings have been higher though, and critics say: “it’s perfectly adequate, but it was far better than adequate once-upon-a-time”.
“Delicious food with superb flavours” makes this Indian-fusion venture in the City a worthy cousin to the Cinnamon Club; however – aside from the “beautiful terrace” within an impressive atrium – the setting can seem “bland” and “noisy”, and service can be “muddled”.
“Smart food with a kick” – from a “different” Indian-fusion menu – makes the Cinnamon Club’s “elegant” City cousin a popular standby; some tables occupy an impressive atrium.