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“A real voyage of discovery”; “simply awesome”; “brilliantly executed food” – just some of the plaudits heaped on the sophisticated Cinnamon Club, a “slice of old India” transported to the grand building that once housed Westminster Library. Soaring ceilings, roomy tables, shelves of antiquarian books and vintage wood panelling create a mood of club-like serenity, while head chef Vivek Singh cleverly melds the spices and flavours of his homeland with fine-tuned, sharply accented European techniques. Carefully sourced ingredients get top billing on a menu that runs from char-grilled Scottish partridge with pecan and raisin chutney or Herdwick lamb ‘galuti’ on honey-glazed rye bread to tandoori Spencer Gulf king prawns or roast loin of Oisin red deer with fenugreek potatoes, black stone flower and onion reduction – “a masterstroke of a dish”. To finish, we’re sold on beguiling mango and chilli sorbet. Assured, professional service, a fascinating beer list and perfectly matched wines add the final gloss to this ultimate “posh Indian”.

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  1. Published : Monday, 8 October 2012

    Fd Over LDN :: Cinnamon Club with Eric Chavot

    Yet again, I've managed to be the lucky beneficiary of a free meal courtesy of some promotion or another on twitter. Yes, I'm a jammy ****, but you gotta be in it to win it, heed my advice and keep your eyes on the prize, especially during a time like London restaurant festival.
    This was a Amex LRF event called 'Kitchen influentials' with Vivek Singh, of the Cinnamon Club, and Eric Chavot, who was head chef at the Capital hotel restaurant when it claimed it's 2 michelin stars (and subsequently lost, when he left). So with this pedigree I was eagerly anticipating their preset menu, what french influences would...
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Private Dining at The Cinnamon Club

The Private Dining Room is located adjacent to the Main Dining Room and has a similar grandeur. Glass panelling separates the two rooms, which allows privacy whilst at the same time retaining the feel of the restaurant. Perfect when searching for Central London meeting rooms.

Overlooking the main dining room, the Mezzanine offers guests a private area within the restaurant itself. Set above the main dining room, this eyrie benefits fully from the ambience and 'buzz' of the main restaurant below. The room is ideal for informal events such as birthday, anniversaries, team celebrations, networking events and gastronomic receptions – from 12 to 50 (reception-style).

The Library Bar is the original Reading room in the old Westminster Library, and the room retains a relaxed atmosphere. The room is also available for private dining events at lunchtime and is ideal for smaller, more formal corporate lunches. Seating capacity 24 or 50 (reception-style).



Private Room Capacity
Room for 30 people 30
Room for 60 people 60

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Vivek Singh

Rather than follow his father into engineering, Bengal-born Vivek Singh chose a career in the kitchen, acquiring his classical training at five-star hotels including New Delhi’s Oberoi. In 2001, he brought his talents to London, where he opened The Cinnamon Club in Westminster with Iqbal Wahhab. Having established this clubby establishment as one of London’s finest Indian restaurants, he opened City outlet Cinnamon Kitchen followed by smart-casual sibling Cinnamon Soho in 2012.

Essential Details for The Cinnamon Club

  • Cuisine: Indian
  • Area: Westminster
  • Price: £64.00
  • Wine: £28.00
  • Champagne: £56.00
  • Lunch: £19/22 (2/3 courses)

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