Housed in what was originally a warehouse in the City’s Devonshire Square, Cinnamon Kitchen, under Vivek Singh’s stewardship, is a London landmark for Indian food. With its sister bar Anise under the same roof, and an extensive terrace in the old East India Company ‘covered’ warehouse, the venue has plenty of space to really make your wedding hum.
Thanks to its shiny wedding licence, Cinnamon Kitchen City can also accommodate civil marriage ceremonies. The only decision to be made is which of the venue’s trio of spaces to opt for. The covered terrace seats 40 for ceremonies (up to 100 if standing) and provides a beautiful backdrop against which to exhange your vows. Follow it up, perhaps, with a tandoori wedding breakfast in the contemporary dining room and dancing in the clubby bar space, Anise, next door. You can hire the restaurant exclusively for 130 guests, or use the 16-seater private dining room for a smaller party. Don’t miss the spice-laced cocktails and canapés – the restaurant is three times winner of the Square Meal Canapé Cup.
An Indian tent can also be accommodated on the terrace, for extra atmosphere.
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