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Cinnamon Club

The Old Westminster Library,30-32 Great Smith Street,Westminister,London,SW1P 3BU
020 3603 0428
  

Venue Features

  • Features : Classy & Posh, Private Parties, Good for Lunch, Takeaway
  • Cuisine : Indian
  • Price Range : Fine Dining
  • Serves : Lunch, Evening
  • Price Per Meal : £25+ per meal

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Tips from Dinners

  • Megan

    The food is amazing, the cocktails are fabulous and Indian themed, vegan and veggie options very good. Come here as much as I can.

  • Darren

    What's not good? Excellent food, service, drinks, presentation, colour, smell, taste, price, surroundings, ambiance & experience. Coffee was great too!

  • Arturo

    9/10 Not a cheap place, but probably the best Indian place I've been to in London. The butter chicken was great. Also, the venue is amazing, remembering an elegant library. Wear casual.

  • Mark

    Great food, the starters and mains were wonderful! Desserts, a bit disappointing, but they usually are at Indian restaurants.

  • P-Edward

    Very expensive but quite good, though portions are indeed small it's worth a try

  • San

    Nos ha costado mucho encontrarlo. No hay un cartel con el nombre del restaurante ni nada q te llame la atención. Espero haber acertado...

  • Dusan

    Nice place, books all around. Menu is creative, but portions could be bigger.

  • Petrina

    Set menu underwhelms. Go for a la carte.

  • Mr

    Issue with top table booking meant that we were forced to pay £10 extra each for the set menu and confusion ensued. Wouldn't recommend set menu - go a la Carte.

  • Nick

    Unrushed experience in lovely surroundings and contemporary indian cuisine

  • Richard

    The best Indian cuisine in London

  • Richard

    Everything

  • Kapil

    Loved the ambiance of the restaurant within the library. Chutneys and dips were the best. Vegetable cake starter too good. Main course disappointed us.

  • clive

    Lovely setting great food and service opt for the sharing plates the lamb was sublime

  • meshooSH

    A library that turned into a Resturant, Indian cousin with a twist "اكله مستنكر😌" ask for their popular dishes for main course, try their vegetable cake and grilled salmon for starters👌🏻

  • Guy

    The original and the best. Fine delicate food

  • Luis

    Had the cod for entree and lamb tandoori for 2. Not too spicy and portions are not as small as mentioned. Very good:)

  • Jules

    Upscale indien restaurant. Fine food and delicate tastes. Classic british deco

  • Hugo

    Excellent wine list. However, the food is so spicy that the great wines are no match, should have taken beer. Nice drinks bar downstairs. Excellent lamb and chicken.

  • Thunder

    Delicious Indian cuisine and fantastic service. We pointed out that they had under charged us and they thanked us for our honesty with complimentary cocktails. Excellent all round.

  • A. William

    Love the food, however, very corporate ambiance.

  • Square

    Soaring ceilings and vintage wood panelling create a mood of club-like serenity while head chef Vivek Singh cleverly melds Indian spices and flavours with fine-tuned European techniques.

  • Basak

    Fancy vibes and modern Indian fusion? Yes, please! Try the slow cooked lamb fillet and coconut kale curry.

  • Stephen

    The loin of red deer, accompanied by a spicy tandoori sauce, was outstanding

  • Sean

    But of a random location, but didn't disappoint. Good setting & great food.

  • Bijan

    Great room (old Westminster library). Modern take on Indian cuisine. Good service and perfect for lunches. The best of the family.

  • She

    Great Indian food in a great atmosphere (an old library). Can be a bit noisy but worth the experience.

  • Ebru

    This time I had paneer as main, simply beautiful, note to myself for next time, I will try lamb and medium steak.

  • Jennifer

    Service and food are great

  • Kait

    Modern indian cuisine

  • hello_emily

    Delicious modern Indian food, perfect for a special occasion. Salmon carpaccio with crab, prawns & spiced carrot cake were all outstanding. Start with a peach bellini. Mmmmm

  • Alastair

    Well Jack reacher ate here!!

  • Katja

    Ausprobieren! Selten so intensiv, spannend gewürzt indisch gegessen.

  • Hervé

    One of the best Indian restaurant in London. Very nice venue with a lounge bar in the basement.

  • Simon

    Fantastic modern Indian fusion. Beautiful balance of heat and spices. Chicken livers are amazing. Don't knock them till you try them.

  • Oliver

    Expensive but deservedly so. Think colonial Indian food from the British point of view.

  • Epicurious

    Be sure to try tandoori breast of Anjou squab pigeon with chickpeas and tamarind; and roast saddle of Cumbrian wild red deer with corn and millet kedgeree.

  • Maria

    Chicken Curry is amazing!! should try!!

  • Jonathan

    Unremarkable and expensive. Food average and lacked subtlety, akin to average curry house only MUCH more expensive. And not even a thank you! Disappointed!

  • Justin

    Fine Indian cuisine in an old library building from the 1890s. Elegant, precise and full of flavor. Lamb and red deer were the crowd favorites.

  • Alexander

    Really great taste with perfect service, recommend.

  • Mike

    Great food, wine, atmosphere. If you need to get somewhere after, ask the concierge about their private taxis. Luxury cars, good prices.

  • Alan

    Fantastic curry, highly recommend the early diner deal!

  • Neo

    Great and massive wine list. High quality food, nice atmosphere and staff always helpful, try the tandoori chicken!

  • Hadley

    I'm not sure how it's Indian, exactly, but the warm chocolate soufflé is amazing. You may need to be alone with it.

  • E.z.

    İt is a bad pace

  • Alice

    Fab place and v good food! Portions bigger than in Veeraswamy, another favourite of mine:)

  • Allybi

    Not bad at all, try the Indian Shiraz it goes superbly well with the food!!!

  • Evening Standard

    Roast Cumbrian wild red deer saddle with corn and millet kedgeree is an interesting, though expensive, way to fill you up.

  • Frances

    Cocktails and appetisers are good, but the mains are really boring and bland.

  • Carnet

    Don't eat here. Bland food and terrible service

  • Stephen

    Try the Kedgeree with Smoked Haddock and Poached Egg - Lovely kedgeree here and strong Assam tea -,perfect morning breakfast

  • Lee

    Amazing experience, impressive interior, great cocktails but food isn't that much better than some other Indian places in brick lane. It's more for the atmosphere. Pretty pricey though.

  • AskMen

    Launched a brand new cocktail menu. Highly recommended is "Don't Mess With Naga," a dizzying blend of Plata tequila, caramel liquor, lime juice, green-pear syrup, and Naga bitter.

  • Tia

    Great modern decor with a library-esque finish... but a little sparse on Vegetarian!!

  • Priyanka

    6 top chefs cooking a Diwali dinner to support action against hunger charity tonight. They really know how to throw a banquet!

  • Jamie

    The sag aloo is yum

  • Financial Times

    A small fillet of plaice with Bengali spices; an Anjou pigeon breast cooked in the tandoori oven; grilled scallops with squid and cauliflower; we both left the table ready for an afternoon’s work.

  • Alex

    Seriously good Asian food, lunchtimes are great if you dont mind sitting amonst MPs and journalists! Try the taster menu....

  • Laura

    Fantastic modern Indian, great service in a gorgeous setting. Get usual portion sizes out of your head though, these are pretty small

  • Anastasia

    Absolutely stunning indian fusion restaurant with perfect service. Lack of music is the only poor thing on this place. Dining experience is beyond expectations!

  • Priyanka

    Fab modern Indian restaurant

  • Phonethics

    Totally fab crabcakes!!

  • Tej

    Was a good night out at the cinnamon club last friday

  • Artur

    The restaurant has good food but portions are very small!!!Its not the tipical indian cuisine.Its a indian-european cuisine.Dont expect chicken masala, chicken tikka, samosas or varitey of naan bread.

  • Tony

    My second favourite Indian. Being in Westminster, I sometimes look underdressed when the MPs are lunching but it is not snobby place so never feel out of place.Tip: 22 quid for 3 course set lunch! WOW

  • Silvia

    Not your typical curry place - modern and creative, set in a former libray

  • Doug

    I highly recommend the garden menu it is the best £60 I've ever spent :) it was an amazing vegetarian friendly 7 course meal.

  • Kirk

    As of today (2010-03-11) the infamous Rajastani Sangri Beans were off the menu, but when we asked our waiter for them, the chef could provide. Ask for them; they're unique (for london) and brilliant!

  • David

    Try the rice pudding!

  • Simon

    A great venue for spotting politicians at play, if you like that sort of thing. I love the breads here - but it all costs a bomb...

  • Bruce

    At breakfast, it's very dressy and proper, but the Uttapam (£8) is super spicy and delicious.

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