Iconic Indian fine dining restaurant, The Cinnamon Club, has now re-opened following a £1m transformation ahead of its 15th anniversary.
Situated within the grand Grade II Listed Old Westminster Library, The Cinnamon Club’s book-lined shelves and traditional features have been updated and elevated with dashes of colour and contemporary furnishings.
Meanwhile, Vivek Singh and Head Chef Rakesh Ravindran Nair have developed a new menu that combines The Cinnamon Club’s signatures with new dishes and celebratory platters.
A new gin trolley in the main dining room offers an impressive curated collection, sourced from iconic brands and small-batch producers across the UK.
Elsewhere, subtle updates in the décor refresh the main dining area, without completely altering the look and feel of the space.
Elegant and timeless, the room provides a rich backdrop for dining with original feature bookcases and warm natural brown tones complemented by teal touches. Unique artwork showcasing the heritage of the building adorns the walls of The Gallery.
The Reading Room affords the feeling of seclusion and comfort with heavy, luxurious drapes and a bookshelf unit. Seating up to 60, the room is styled in shades of jewel-toned blues and teals, offsetting the red tones of the timber floor and joinery.
The Old Library Bar is classically casual with clean lines, traditional details and a refreshed colour palette, perfect for pre-and post dinner cocktails.
Pottery designer, Maham Anjum, has created a special range of tableware for The Cinnamon Club that perfectly reflects the style of cooking. From plates and bowls to jugs and chutney pots, the range features warm terracotta shades, traditional production techniques with modern glazes and contemporary shapes.