To celebrate City favourite Cinnamon Kitchen’s fifth anniversary, executive chef Vivek Singh is pairing up with award-winning wine
expert Tim Atkin MW for a modern-Indian game dinner paired with matching wines.
Guests will be welcomed with a celebratory drink before sitting down to a five-course menu developed by Singh and Cinnamon Kitchen’s head chef Abdul Yaseen. Atkin, who has selected the wine matches
for the dinner, will be on hand to explain his choices and answer questions.
The menu and wine pairings are as follows:
Hunter-style partridge breast with peanut and dried mango paired with 2012 Cave des Vignerons de Frontignan, Muscat Sec, Vin de Pays d’Oc, Languedoc
Mixed game seekh kebab with smoked-paprika raita paired with 2010 Michel Chapoutier, Crozes-Hermitage, Petite Ruche, Rhône
Clove-roasted breast of grouse with pumpkin pickle and Tawa game pie paired with 2010 Viña Perez Cruz, Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve, Maipo Alto
Saddle of ‘Oisin’ red deer with pickling sauce paired with 2010 Celler Ronadelles, Cap de Ruc, Montsant-Garnatxa
Pineapple and pink peppercorn pudding with chilli-grilled pineapple and clove ice cream paired with Henriques & Henriques, 10 Year Old Bual, Madeira
Coffee and petits fours
The game dinner will take place on Tuesday 29 October, from 6.30pm. Tickets cost £80 including all food and wines, excluding service charge. To book your tickets, call Cinnamon Kitchen on 020 7626