Cinnamon Club

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The Cinnamon Club

The Cinnamon Club

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  • Address:

    Cinnamon Club Old Westminster Library
    30-32 Great Smith Street
    London
    SW1P 3BU

  • Cross Street:

    30-32 Great Smith Street

  • Venue phone:

    020 7222 2555

  • Venue website:

    www.cinnamonclub.com

  • Opening hours:

    Breakfast served 7.30-10am Mon-Fri. Lunch served noon-2.45pm, dinner served 6-10.45pm Mon-Sat

  • Transport:

    Tube: St James's Park or Westminster tube

  • Price:

    Main courses £14-£32. Set meal £22 2 courses, £24 3 courses

  • Map

    1. Cinnamon Club
      • Old Westminster Library
        30-32 Great Smith Street
        London
        SW1P 3BU
      • 020 7222 2555
      • www.cinnamonclub.com
      • 51.497927,-0.12969

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Alex J

Great food, Good atmosphere, best cocktail range, Really good service!! personally recommend you visit once...

Shanaya G

My favorite place to hangout with my friends every weekend. We spent lots of time there to chilling and drinking and watching Some good Indian movie. And there is a drink called "Delhi Mule" its awesome and one of the best drink, must try!! Definitely go this place at once when traveler to London.

Cathy

Very disappointing. Gordon Ramsay-prices for bland, over-fussed about with food. Poor value for money, Spend the same amount of money at Hawksmoor instead and be wowed!

Shonaki

I loved it! Yes the food cooked and presented to us ( group of 20) was exceptionally well done. In my view, the team really has taken Indian cuisine to another milestone. Proud to be half Indian when I see Indian food reaching michelin star standards in the heart of London. We were a group of 20 odd colleagues and had mixed opinions about dining here. Soon after reaching the restaurant I shared my views with the manager on duty and then everything else went smoothly. Even the top Chef Singh came about saying hello on our table. Very relaxed approach by the man himself..Highly reccomend this place to all the culinary experts travelling to London.

Reese

My favourite bar and restaurant in London when it comes to Modern Indian food. Alongside they do show bollywood movies in their subterranean bar so you can be rest assured of the trendy Indian cocktails before dining in the famous grade 2 listed building The Cinnamon Club. One of the best indian restaurant offering best Indian style cocktails. My favorite was their take on molecular cocktails. Great style and show!Must try their canapes platter as well! http://www.cinnamonclub.com/Westminster-Bars

Elle

Went a couple of years ago and absolutely loved it. The food was so delicious I practically cried when it was finished. I don't remember the service being poor, so perhaps it's gone downhill since then.

Passerine

A major disappointment. We went to celebrate a special occasion and neither the service nor the food lived up to the hype. The level of service was, in fact, appalling. We had dirty glasses. We had to request the wine list three times before it was brought to us and the waiter tried to pressure us into ordering food less than five minutes after being seated and before we'd had a chance to see the wine list. The wine wasn't served until after we'd had our starters - and then ONLY because we had to ask for it twice! The food was mediocre. We'll never eat here again. There are plenty of Indian restaurants in London with better food and MUCH better service.