CinnamonSoho
Cuisine: Indian
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Address: 5 Kingly Street, London W1B 5PF

Website: Visit restaurant website

Telephone: +44 20 7437 1664

Presented as “the younger, cheekier sibling to The Cinnamon Club and Cinnamon Kitchen“, Chef Vivek Singh’s third restaurant Cinnamon Soho offers an all-day dining menu and a Sunday brunch.

Latest reviews of Cinnamon Soho

Andy_Hayler

Andy Hayler, andyhayler.com

23 January 2013

The best dish of all was the black dhal, cooked for 24 hours, which had really good texture and avoided the over-smoky, slightly burnt taste that can easily happen with this dish…

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Hugh Wright

Hugh Wright, TwelvePointFivePercent

14 May 2012

Keralan fish curry (…) was (…) reinterpreted here as a seafood pie. The curry – silky, creamy, spicy and tamarind-tangy – was wonderful and the crisp puffed-pastry lid, studded with cumin seeds, served perfectly as an alternative to bread for mopping up the sauce…

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Zoe_Strimpel

Zoe Strimpel, City A.M.

23 April 2012

I went for Keralan seafood pie (there’s a list of pies, including Roganjosh shepherd’s pie) and found it utterly delicious, a bit like a massive vol au vent overspilling with prawns and fish in an unctuous, aromatic sauce…

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hardens

Richard & Peter, Harden's

20 April 2012

For a robust and reasonably-priced dinner in a handy location in the heart of the West End, then, you’re unlikely to do very much better than here…

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What the Critics say

Zoe_Strimpel

Zoe Strimpel, City A.M.

23 April 2012

I went for Keralan seafood pie (there’s a list of pies, including Roganjosh shepherd’s pie) and found it utterly delicious, a bit like a massive vol au vent overspilling with prawns and fish in an unctuous, aromatic sauce…

Read full review »
hardens

Richard & Peter, Harden's

20 April 2012

For a robust and reasonably-priced dinner in a handy location in the heart of the West End, then, you’re unlikely to do very much better than here…

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andy_lynes

Andy Lynes, Metro

18 April 2012

Rogan josh shepherd’s pie sounds like a cross-cultural winner but disappoints on the plate with harsh spicing and ho-hum mash. It’s particularly disappointing as executive chef Vivek Singh claims to have created ‘masala mash’ for the Cinnamon Club…

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Time_out

Guy Dimond, Time Out

5 April 2012

Executive chef Vivek Singh has balls. Crab-cake balls, tiny potato bondas, moist beef shami kebab, even tiny scotch quail eggs, all perfectly moist and marble-sized. These were encased in different batters, each served on delectable chutneys; a sensational starter, and one of the best dishes we’ve eaten this year…

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What the Bloggers say

Andy_Hayler

Andy Hayler, andyhayler.com

23 January 2013

The best dish of all was the black dhal, cooked for 24 hours, which had really good texture and avoided the over-smoky, slightly burnt taste that can easily happen with this dish…

Read full review »
Hugh Wright

Hugh Wright, TwelvePointFivePercent

14 May 2012

Keralan fish curry (…) was (…) reinterpreted here as a seafood pie. The curry – silky, creamy, spicy and tamarind-tangy – was wonderful and the crisp puffed-pastry lid, studded with cumin seeds, served perfectly as an alternative to bread for mopping up the sauce…

Read full review »