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Discover special seasonal promotions at The Cinnamon Club: with one of our set menus you can discover our signature modern Indian cuisine for less.
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@ChefVivekSingh will be preparing a delicious Macher Jhol dish @TasteOfLondon @aeg_uk Taste Theatre - Fri at 7.30pm http://ow.ly/UKQWF
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The festivities start here! We're celebrating India’s most vivid festival, Diwali 2-14 Nov http://ow.ly/U872d
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Happy New Year everyone! Dine @CinnamonClub this January and take advantage of our exclusive NEW set menu http://ow.ly/WyWdE
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Tis’ the season for Sunday spice - try our sharing main course of milk-fed Herdwick lamb http://ow.ly/U86Ke
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The Old Westminster Library 30-32 Great Smith St London SW1P 3BU, United Kingdom
30-32 Great Smith StreetGBLondonSW1P 3BU
+44 20 7222 2555cinnamonclub.com
$$$Indian Restaurant, Cocktail Bar
Indian Restaurant
Cocktail Bar
Wedding Venue
Breakfast Restaurant
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Sunday ClosedMonday 7:30–10AM, 12–2:45PM, 6–10:45PMTuesday 7:30–10AM, 12–2:45PM, 6–10:45PMWednesday 7:30–10AM, 12–2:45PM, 6–10:45PMThursday 7:30–10AM, 12–2:45PM, 6–10:45PMFriday 7:30–10AM, 12–2:45PM, 6–10:45PMSaturday 12–2:45PM, 6–10:45PM
Wedding Venue in Westminster | Top Indian restaurant | Indian food | Christmas Party Venue | Private Dining Room | Breakfast venue near London eye, Waterloo, Westminster Abbey and Buckingham Palace UK
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Innovative Indian dishes served in book-lined former Victorian library with downstairs cocktail bar.- Google
"Lamb and galouti kebab were over salted in my opinion but otherwise delicious."
"May well come back another time to try the cocktail bar downstairs."
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Minh Chau
2 months ago
I'd say this is slightly overrated. I would give it 3.5 stars and for the price, would prefer Dishoom. Flavor wise, the food was good, but it didn't exactly match the price tag. Unless you include the shaved gold that was added on top of our meat. Our service was also a little strange and left a lot of awkward moments between us and the staff member. Rather than providing guidance on the menu, the waiter kept insisting we get XYZ, which felt pushy and unresponsive to the table's taste/needs.
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Deepan Mehta
3 months ago
It has amazing food..completely twisting the indian food ..it always has this nice ambience and is very lively ..it would be my pleasure to come here again..
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Jonathan CT Smith
2 months ago
With a attractive cocktail menu and bar area, this place is lovely for some drinks on a special occasion. Be aware of the high prices, which isn't unusual for this part of London.
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John Hennessey
10 months ago
London is known for the great Indian food and the Cinnamon Club is one of the reasons why. I was fortunate enough to have dined with my family, a party of six and therefore I got to try so many great dishes. The spices build with each bite, but the heat doesn't get in the way of the wonderful flavors. The wine list was more extensive than what I can fully appreciate and was pleasantly surprised by a moderately priced wine that was recommended. The staff was attentive and quite personable, to the point of making the evening as entertaining as the food was great. If you are looking for great, sophisticated Indian food in London, I would highly recommend it. It seems obvious after having a meal here why they don't prominently display their name on the building, the word of mouth fill the seats. See for yourself.
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John Hawkins
2 months ago
I'm usually rather sceptical when it comes to upscale Indian food, having been disappointed at a number of other places in this bracket, but enjoyed lunch here, and think it may well be the best example of the breed in London. The marriage of Indian cuisine and gentleman's club atmosphere (given the very attractive setting in the former Westminster library) worked really well in my opinion, and although I'd always been a bit put off by the prices here at dinner time, at lunch the set menu seemed quite reasonable. The vegetarian options were decent on my visit - although I found it hard to get excited about the idea of a kidney bean kebab, I am prepared to concede they took a really boring and unappealing ingredient and flavoured it very well, so this was if nothing else a display of culinary talent. My main course was much more my cup of tea, and featured paneer (a real crowd pleaser) in a really well balanced sauce which again demonstrated a mastery of the application of spices. Desserts were fine but unremarkable - but then as they were only a £2 addition to the price of the set menu they didn't need to be anything more. Interesting looking cocktail selection, couldn't resist trying the seasonal Negroni (Darjeeling tea liqueur instead of the vermouth) which worked surprisingly well. May well come back another time to try the cocktail bar downstairs.
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Tin Lau
4 months ago
The reception area felt unrehearsed. The waitress was awkwardly chatty. My family had the ordered the tasting menu+wine pairing: home cured salmon: fish was too salty. the arrangement on plate didn't feel delicate. Soup: the server almost dropped the small plate on top of the bowl, which had a small bite on it, and destroyed the arrangement. Plus her finger obviously touched the sauce. Can't believe she still put down the dish. Pigeon was tasty but the little leafs garnish are not fresh and one of them is rotting and unappetising. King prawns. lamb and galouti kebab were over salted in my opinion but otherwise delicious. Deer was my favourite dish. the spices compliment the gamey flavour nicely. the ice cream was also good. finally the brulée with biscotti also tasted good but the portion was strangely large in comparison to the other dishes. The wine pairing is average. some of the glasses had serving markings printed on it and some didn't. I find that strange. Also, waitress did not clear the glasses away after each course. I probably would have gone ballistic on the manager by the third course if I weren't with my family. the food alone is not worth 135pounds per head but I think it was a bad move on my side to go for the tasting menu. I saw the sharing dishes passing by and they looked great. the decor was nice. the table needs better placing.
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Antonia Meschke
7 months ago
Pro: Outstanding food! Con: Very noisy. They have a small bar downstairs which we used while waiting for our table. As it was my birthday the dessert came with a little Birthday cake, which was very considerate of them.
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Tim Morrow
a year ago
S.P.I.C.E. Super. Pleasant. Indian. Cuisine. Everytime. As soon as I tasted the delicious Indian Runner golden ale as an aperitif I knew I was going to have a great taste experience. And I was right. Superb taster menu with very well matched wines. Expensive but good value.