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Celebrate Holi 2017 – The Festival of Colours

It’s time to join us in the Holi festival celebrations and feast with friends & family! Celebrate Holi with our 5 course celebratory menu featuring festival favourites filled with modern flavours.

The renowned festival of colour is celebrated on 13th March and to mark the celebrations The Cinnamon Club is delighted to present a few of its Holi favourites!

Our five-course Holi menu, priced at £50 per person, is available from Monday 6th March until Sunday 19th March. It features a few of our Holi favourites beginning with a tasting of Holi snacks; main dishes such as Mirch Vada (Jodhpur spiced banana chilli filled with bitter melon and fenugreek) and roast rack of Herdwick mutton with corn and yoghurt sauce, pilau rice; and a decadent dessert of dark chocolate paan and caramel muri bar, carrot halwa and thandai ice cream.

VIEW The Cinnamon Club Holi Set Menu

Holi is an Indian festival of colours celebrated to announce the arrival of spring and the passing of winter. According to Indian mythology it is a festival of victory of good over evil. It is also a festival of letting go of what has already passed and awaken the hopes and strengthen our ties with our friends and loved ones. Holi is also a festival of pranks; people spend the day throwing colours at each other and have fun with friends and family.

And be sure to raise a toast to Holi with our new festival inspired colourful cocktails, including:

  • Rekindle over Tea – Jasmine Pearl infused Tanqueray, passionfruit juice, orange liqueur, spice liqueur
  • In Heart & Spirit – Prosecco, peach & raspberry liqueurs
  • The Spice of Life – Cinnamon infused tequila, lemon juice, grenadine, egg white
  • To Make a Smile (non-alcoholic) – Coriander, orgeat syrup, lime, Blue Curaçao, ginger beer

Discover these cocktails alongside our menu in the dining room, or simply pop by the Club Bar or Old Library Bar for a drink and some nibbles.

“Let the colours of Holi spread the message of peace and happiness”

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