This month, top City restaurant Cinnamon Kitchen will welcome back Master of Wine Tim Atkin for another fabulous food-and-wine-pairing
Atkin has teamed up with the restaurant’s executive chef Vivek Singh to develop a special menu that puts equal emphasis on both food and wine, and proves that wines from all over the world can
stand up to the subtle spiciness and aromatic flavours of all kinds of modern Indian dishes.
The five-course menu is as follows:
Bengali spiced crab-and-cod cake with caper kachumber
paired with 2001 Cave des Vignerons de Frontignan, Muscat Sec, Vin de Pays d’Oc, France
Tandoori black-chicken breast with mace and cardamom
paired with 2011 Nautilus, Grüner Veltliner, Marlborough, New Zealand
Wild African prawn with slow-cooked onion and tomato crust
paired with 2006 Göttelmann, Riesling Spätlese, Dautenplätzer, Nahe, Germany
Tandoori saddle of Kentish lamb with Hyderabadi salan sauce
paired with 2011 Mas la Mola, L'Expressio del Priorat, Priorat, Spain
Valrhona dark-chocolate-and-cumin tart with thandai ice cream
paired with 1997 Quinta de la Rosa, Colheita Port, Douro, Portugal
The wine dinner will take place on Tuesday 21 May in Cinnamon Kitchen’s stylish bar, Anise. Tickets cost £70, including cocktails and canapés on
arrival, plus all food and wine, but excluding service. To book your tickets, call 020 7626 5000 or email email@example.com.