The former warehouse setting in Devonshire Square certainly sets the tone for events at Cinnamon Kitchen, but it is the quality of the cooking which creates the loyalty of its many regulars.
For those desiring a more exclusive dinner, Cinnamon Kitchen’s private dining room offers a stylish retreat for up to twelve diners. A cinema screen-sized window (which can be closed if desired) provides a mesmerising vista directly into the kitchen, allowing guests to view all the drama of a busy restaurant kitchen as service unfolds, while the latest conference facilities makes the room ideal for corporate meetings, too.
Both the kitchen and front of house teams are adept at bespoking the menu to the particular demands of your occasion, while the chef or sommelier will add value to your event by coming and speaking about the food or wine, according to your desires. A range of menus, starting with a Cinnamon Bellini, are available for between £38 and £65, and feature dishes like assorted grill platter of salmon, lamb, chicken and wild African prawn, roasted lamb saddle and a moreish ginger toffee pudding with cinnamon ice cream.
The restaurant team here, under Vivek Singh, has won the SquareMeal Canapé Cup many times, demonstrating their versatility at producing food for stan-up occasions as much as for formal dinners.