Cinnamon_Club
Cuisine: Indian
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Address: Old Westminster Library, 30-32 Great Smith Street, London SW1P 3BU

Website: Visit restaurant website

Telephone: +44 20 7222 2555

Housed in the former Old Westminster Library, the Cinnamon Club offers refined Indian cuisine, as well as a pair of bars and a private dining room

Latest reviews of Cinnamon Club

Cheese_and_Biscuits

Chris Pople, Cheese and Biscuits

30 October 2014

How else, for example, would you explain how a cube of chickpea with coriander chutney and spiced yoghurt was almost the highlight of the entire meal? Beguiling flavours and wonderful textures creating a single exquisite mouthful of joy…

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Time_Out

Time Out Editors, Time Out

31 July 2012

Next came a trio of deliciously moist venison and prune kofta (meatballs), served over creamy black lentils and wilted spinach. A stunning dessert, of wan marinated strawberries suspended in a delicate strawberry jelly, quivering under a solitary fennel-scented wafer, proved a triumphant end to our meal…

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Hugh Wright

Hugh Wright, TwelvePointFivePercent

12 July 2009

We chose grilled wild African prawn with tomato lemon sauce and coconut rice (and) roasted saddle of Oisin deer with pickling spices. Both were gold-star, merit badge, top of the class standard; the ‘prawn’ turned out in fact to be three huge prawns each the size of a small lobster…

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The_Times

Andrew Pierce, The Times

12 November 2005

Our main courses included unmemorable noisettes of chicken breast cooked in pomegranate and spices, and freshwater king prawns simmered in saffron and almond sauce. It was as well that they were king prawns. They were not exactly majestic in size…

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What the Critics say

Time_Out

Time Out Editors, Time Out

31 July 2012

Next came a trio of deliciously moist venison and prune kofta (meatballs), served over creamy black lentils and wilted spinach. A stunning dessert, of wan marinated strawberries suspended in a delicate strawberry jelly, quivering under a solitary fennel-scented wafer, proved a triumphant end to our meal…

Read full review »
The_Times

Andrew Pierce, The Times

12 November 2005

Our main courses included unmemorable noisettes of chicken breast cooked in pomegranate and spices, and freshwater king prawns simmered in saffron and almond sauce. It was as well that they were king prawns. They were not exactly majestic in size…

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jay_rayner

Jay Rayner, The Observer

13 May 2001

The puddings lifted the game. The saffron poached pears with cinnamon ice cream were delicate and soothing. (…) But it was the memory of the below-par main course that lingered…

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What the Bloggers say

Cheese_and_Biscuits

Chris Pople, Cheese and Biscuits

30 October 2014

How else, for example, would you explain how a cube of chickpea with coriander chutney and spiced yoghurt was almost the highlight of the entire meal? Beguiling flavours and wonderful textures creating a single exquisite mouthful of joy…

Read full review »
Hugh Wright

Hugh Wright, TwelvePointFivePercent

12 July 2009

We chose grilled wild African prawn with tomato lemon sauce and coconut rice (and) roasted saddle of Oisin deer with pickling spices. Both were gold-star, merit badge, top of the class standard; the ‘prawn’ turned out in fact to be three huge prawns each the size of a small lobster…

Read full review »