Cinnamon Kitchen

9 Devonshire Square, London, EC2M 4YL

Cinnamon Kitchen , in the Devonshire Square development, is situated in a building that was once an East India Company warehouse. Like its sister restaurant, Cinnamon Club, this stylish dining destination draws on the ethos of innovation and creativity to present modern Indian cuisine in a relaxed setting. The interior is inspired by Indian architecture and beautifully blends textures and lighting. You could linger in the Anise bar and enjoy imaginative cocktails, wine or beer, catch up with friends in the outdoor terrace, or chat with the chefs in the main dining room's tandoor bar and grill, considered to be London's first interactive dining space. A seasonal menu offers spiced corn soup with masala corn kebab to start; grills of wild African prawn or duck with a flavoursome sesame tamarind glaze, or a main course of seared haddock and Devon crab kokum crust, and roast lamb saddle accompanied by a mint-onion sauce could follow.

Cinnamon Kitchen, in the Devonshire Square development, is situated in a building that was once an East India Company warehouse. Like its sister restaurant, Cinnamon Club, this stylish dining destination draws on the ethos of innovation and creativity to present modern Indian cuisine in a relaxed setting. The interior is inspired by Indian architecture and beautifully blends textures and lighting.

You could linger in the Anise bar and enjoy imaginative cocktails, wine or beer, catch up with friends in the outdoor terrace, or chat with the chefs in the main dining room's tandoor bar and grill, considered to be London's first interactive dining space.

A seasonal menu offers spiced corn soup with masala corn kebab to start; grills of wild African prawn or duck with a flavoursome sesame tamarind glaze, or a main course of seared haddock and Devon crab kokum crust, and roast lamb saddle accompanied by a mint-onion sauce could follow.

Indian desserts are always a speciality and there the list includes cardamom yoghurt and tamarind glazed figs, and an Indian banana tarte tatin.

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Indian

: 07:00 - 24:00
: 18:00 - 24:00

Reservations: 0208 166 2827 General: 020 7626 5000

9 Devonshire Square, London, EC2M 4YL [Map]

£20.00    £34.00

£15 (2 courses) to £18 (3 courses)

(Avg Price is the average cost per person for two courses, coffee, half a bottle of house wine and tip/service)

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