Found in a former warehouse in Devonshire Square, Cinnamon Kitchen is a landmark for Indian food in London. It offers plenty of space for events, including a covered outside terrace. Its PDR has a window that opens onto the main kitchen, along with AV facilities for meetings. In its bar, Anise, groups can enjoy small-plate dishes and cocktails in open booths. The restaurant team, under Vivek Singh, has won the SquareMeal Canapé Cup many times.
Found in a former warehouse in Devonshire Square, once owned by the East India Trading Company, Cinnamon Kitchen offers over 2,000 square feet of event space that can be adapted for both larger and smaller occasions.
The setting is impressive, starting with its covered outside terrace that affords plenty of light during the day and loads of atmosphere at night. Its PDR is the smallest space with a window that opens onto the main kitchen, along with AV facilities for meetings; while its bar, Anise, can accommodate informal parties for stand-up receptions as well as sit down affairs with a fun, atmospheric and youthful vibe.
But it is the main dining room which will be the focus for larger events. Imbued with plenty of contemporary Indian style, the elliptical lighting and theatrical tandoor grill make for a dynamic vibe.
Whatever the look and feel of the place, it is the quality of the cooking which sets this Indian venue apart, and affords it a reputation that goes way beyond the local neighbourhood. Chef-patron Vivek Singh is not only a master of his craft, he also knows exactly how to adjust the product to the occasion. So whether your requirement is for a banqueting style menu for a more formal occasion in the main dining room or for small-plate dishes and cocktails in the less formal setting in, say, the open booths of Anise, the style of your event can be molded appropriately.
The restaurant team, under Vivek Singh, has won the SquareMeal Canapé Cup many times, showing they are as adept at doing stand-up occasions as sit-down, while the front of house staff are never less than courteous and well-trained.
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