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About The Cinnamon Club
The multiple award-winning Cinnamon Club in St James’ is like no other Indian restaurant you’ve visited. Set in the former Old Westminster Library – a Grade II listed building still with books lining the walls - it has a grandeur and character that perfectly compliments its outstanding food. The team of 18 chefs, headed up by Vivek Singh, have a creative approach and a distinctive knack of layering flavours with stunning presentation. The imaginative lunch and dinner menus change seasonally. Pre and post-theatre menus are also available.
London, SW1P 3BU
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Friday: 7:30am - 10:00am;
Brunch: Saturday: 12:00pm - 2:30pm;
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 12:00pm - 2:30pm;
Dinner: Monday - Saturday: 6:00pm - 10:45pm
£41 and over
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020 7222 2555
We look forward to catering for your party and we can offer a fantastic selection of canapés or dining experience if you have a full-fledged kitchen.
On street outside is free after 6:30pm on the single yellow line. There is also an NCP Car Park located 5 minutes away on Abingdon Street.
Westminster and St. James's Park tube stations are both within walking distance.
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wine
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The Cinnamon Club will be delighted to host your party. Ideal for events from Awards Ceremonies and Weddings to Product launches and Private Dining, we offer a choice of rooms, exquisite cuisine and extensive wine and cocktail lists. Housed in a stunning Grade II listed building.
The Cinnamon Club Ratings and Reviews
My husband and I had the most wonderful evening at the Cinnamon Club. The food was absolutely delicious and the service impeccable. We shared the lamb rogan josh and sea bass for our mains which were delightful. Tobias the Assistant Manager was charming, he really looked after us and made us feel very special. They also have an excellent wine list. Dominic made the most delicious cocktails in the downstairs bar. I have already recommended to friends and hope to return soon. Thank you for a lovely evening.
London is the go to city for Indian cuisine and this particular restaurant stands out even in that crowded scene. It is upscale, in terms of both food and ambience, and so don’t go expecting a curry house. I normally lean carnivorous, but the vegetarian kabab platter was an exceptional dish that I am glad I listened to the Maitre’D and broke my own rule for. For the experience, it’s remarkably good value for money, especially relative to NYC.
I am a bit biased as the Cinnamon Club is my favourite restaurant. It had been a few months since my last visit but I had to make it before the game season finished. I started with lobster which was superb. flavours not too strong as to over-power but the gorgeous coconut flavour worked in perfect harmony with the lobster's own flavour. Then I had grouse, which was simply divine; cooked to perfection, pink and melt-in-the-mouth tender. Also, chef was kind enough to make a special gluten-free bread for me as I'm coeliac.
Just wish I could visit more often.
The food was outstanding, I have not had such a light and flavourful lobster thermidor before, typically I find it too heavy. The Morel Marai Kofta served tableside was delicious, and although it seemed like a small portion at first, it was just the right amount of food for the two of us with an appetiser. Both dishes were very flavourful but not overwhelmingly spicy. We also purchased one of their cook books, very much looking forward to trying some of the dishes.
The food here was outstanding - I would go as far as to say the food was actually flawless. I did the Lazy Sunday set menu and was very satisfied with the vegetarian option. I would return for sure. My only minor gripe was with the service at times - we waited almost a half hour for dessert on a Sunday night when the restaurant was mostly empty. I also felt one of our many waiters (we did not just have one) tried heavily to talk me out of my free champagne cocktail that was to be served with the Set Menu. He suggested strongly the non-alcoholic option which I ended up taking as I didn't mind not drinking alcohol, but it was still strange.
Great start with pre-lunch Drinks. Extensive gin menu & the lovely bar lady had excellent knowledge of her gins. She was passionate about giving us the best drinks for our palate.
Upstairs we ate the Thali feast from the Diwali menu. My favourite was the coconut shrimp!
Always excellent - I have been coming here since it opened. The Cinnamon Club never fails to delight with great welcome, wonderful delicious food and superb professional staff and service. Love the seasonal variations and creativity of the cooking. Portions just right in size. Superb use of spices and fine ingredients. Brought a colleague who is vegetarian and we had a beautifully balanced range of choices between us. Love the 'library' surroundings too: ideal for business lunches and dinners. But fun for groups and larger tables too. Strongly recommend!
Excellent Indian food in an 'haute cuisine' style. The setting is really fun in an old library with book lined walls. Excellent attentive service. Quiet elegant atmosphere. Plenty for vegetarians or people on restricted (gluten/lactose) diets. I had tandoori cod with fenugreek then aubergine steak. Marvellous flavours. I was called to confirm the day before and mentioned we were coming for a birthday and could they do anything? Yes! A sweet little cake with Happy Birthday piped on the plate and an expected glass of champagne on the house!! Such a lovely gesture. We did the special deal of £26 for three courses. Of course it's more with drinks and extras but very good value really. We will be back very soon.
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