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Vivek Singh’s Cinnamon Kitchen Restaurant

Cinnamon Kitchen restaurant by Vivek Singh is a gem waiting to be found nestled in Devonshire Square, London. This well known chef has designed an exquisite menu of contemporary Indian cuisine.

Within walking distance of Liverpool St tube station Devonshire Square is a large covered courtyard with views through the ceiling of London’s famous gherkin building. Around the courtyard lie restaurants and bars including the Cinnamon Kitchen restaurant and its Anise cocktail bar.

Refined Indian dining, there are a choice of delicious menu options at Cinnamon Kitchen including the fabulous tasting menu with optional paired wine selections.

Contact Details

Cinnamon Kitchen
9 Devonshire Square

Tel: 0207 626 5000


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Vivek Singh's Cinnamon Kitchen Restaurant
4.0 rating based on 12,345 ratings
Overall rating: 4 out of 5 based on 3 reviews.

The tasting menu at Cinnamon Kitchen was truly fantastic. And not overly expensive for the amount and quality of food. I was expecting small portions but there was plenty of each yummy course and I was practically full by the time the dessert arrived. Will defintely go back.
- Rob

I tried the tasting menu and was really impressed. The first salmon dish was nice but perhaps the weakest (although that's coming from someone that doesn't usually like salmon). Next came chargrilled cauliflower which was a revelation, so delicious I wanted more, and lovely pickes with it too. A nice sorbet to cleanse the palate followed by the tandoori prawns with curry sauce, this was amazing. I had the red deer main and it was melt in the mouth. Finally a large profiterole, coffee and petit fours. A real treat! Absolutely fabulous. Can't wait to try Cinnamon Kitchen again.
- Caroline

I left frustrated

This is a mixed review. The food in the tasting menu was delicious, there's no doubt in that. But the experience was let down by the extremely slow service, the wrong paired wines arriving, or none at all. I was a single diner sitting at the front bench and to be honest I felt ignored. They were literally sweeping up the restaurant and I hadn't received a bill yet. I left frustrated at spending over £100 for what should have been a standout experience. It just didn't seem like I was important to them in any way.
- Michael
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