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There are new dates confirmed for our popular and sought after Wine & Spice Dinners! These 4 course dinners are not only delicious but you will also learn about the history and culture behind your meal. 2 March – Wine & Spice with Fabre Montmayou – SOLD OUT Hervé Joyaux Fabre, owner and director of Fabre Montmayou, was born in Bordeaux, France, to a family of wine negociants. His passion and “savoir faire” enabled him…

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A Festive Munch with Cinnamon Club Lunch   Christmas Day has never looked more exotic! Our special Christmas Day brunch is returning once again to Westminster, and you can dine on this 4 course masterpiece with a complimentary aperitif for just £75, as well as choosing from a selection of spice friendly wines, cocktails and soft juices. Our brunches are always a sell out at the Cinnamon Club, so make sure you don’t miss out…

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Cuisine and Clubbing for a Cinnamon New Year On the 31st, we would love you all to celebrate the New Year with us, Cinnamon Style! You will be able to welcome in the New Year with a 5 course dinner, live entertainment and music from Cinnamon Club’s resident DJ for £125 per person. So put on your sparkliest dresses and your snazziest suits and get ready to have a Cinnamontastic New Year! Book here.

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November 14th- December 24th It’s theatre season and what better way to get in the winter mood than with Christmas dinner at a top London restaurant before you head to the West End? Our head chef Rakesh Ravindran has created the perfect pre theatre Christmas menu that you can tuck into for just £35 per person. You have from the 14th November to the 24th December to take advantage of this offer that is available…

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Jungle curry of country chicken with fresh fenugreek This week we are showing you how to make a traditional, rustic curry that serves four. Though any kind of chicken can be used, the dish works best with a free-roaming, older bird. In the past, when people cooked this outdoors over a wood fire with very basic implements, the spices would often be added whole and the vegetables would be roughly cut, hence the name jungle curry…

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