5 Kingly Street, London, W1B 5PF +44 2036417590
- Main course: £14
- Food spend: £28
Chicken curry was best dish
25 July 2016
From the same stock as London favourites The Cinnamon Club and Cinnamon Kitchen, Cinnamon Soho offers innovative Indian cuisine. Set over 2 levels, an al fresco terrace features edgy brushed steel and racing-car-blue leather. Cinnamon Soho was a winner in the Best Menu category at the esteemed London Restaurant Festival Awards 2012.
Crafted with the knowing eye of executive chef Vivek Singh, the Cinnamon Soho menu offers contemporary Indian recipes, with classic British accents weaved throughout. A bespoke window in the Cinnamon Soho dining room offers views onto the chefs creating dishes like Keralan seafood pie, ox cheek vindaloo, or lassi panna cotta with tamarind-glazed figs.
Bursting with exotic and refreshing blends, a prized selection of cocktails at Cinnamon Soho London includes a subtly spiced cinnamon bellini, or a cool garden mojito. An eclectic assortment of bottles make up the wine list, with many available by the glass or carafe.
Featuring slick, Scandinavian-style design, Cinnamon Soho restaurant is perfectly in tune with the edginess of nearby Carnaby Street. Oxford Circus Tube Station is a 5-minute walk away.
5 Kingly Street, London, W1B 5PF
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Customer reviews for Cinnamon Soho
((((( 24 August 2016 by Sharon Wood from London
We had the 8 dish sharing menu. It was delicious. The staff were very friendly too.
((((* 21 August 2016 by FT from Woking
Great food, value for money is high. Good service.
((*** 17 August 2016 by Nitish from London
8 dish sharing menu was disappointing. Tried to be different with Indian food but Indian food ought to be Indian food. Bhel with wasabi? Sickly. A million stuffed chillies? No thanks. Sour paneer curry, not to my taste buds. Staff were mostly fine though a number were relatively rude, did not inform us what was what and took ages to bring over wine and naan... We had to ask for the wine to be opened and poured...! Quite expensive for a not so good dining experience and I'd much prefer to go for the tried and tested Dhishoom or the pricier but oh so much better Benares and Trishna.
((*** 17 August 2016 by Lorena from London
Different Indian dining experience, I was expecting a lot more from this restaurant. The desserts were a bit let down.
I wouldn't dine here again.
((*** 10 August 2016 by Amelia Hursey from London
We asked to sit outside as it was wonderful weather on the Saturday evening, I think this threw a spanner in the works for the service as much confusion insued. We were given someone elses cocktails which we thought were the complimentary cocktails for the set menu. Eventually when we realised we were not getting anything else (about 45mins after we arrived) we did speak to the waitress to try and explain, which caused more confusion. Our real complimentary cocktails arrived and then the first 2 courses a whole 1 1/2 hrs after we arrvied there. The second 2 courses followed pretty swiftly and the roasted cauliflower was delicious, but then we seemed to be forgotten again between those dished and the next 2 which yet again took a good 50mins to appear. The butter chicken was devine, unfortunately the other dishes were unremarkable and the dhal rather sloppy and bland. The sticky toffee pudding was good but the cheescake very over powered with spice. We finished out meal at 10:30pm, so if you are planning on going for dinner here do not be in a hurry.
((*** 9 August 2016 by David Wigram from London
Service was very good but unfortunately the food was very average. Generally under flavoured dishes were presented on the 8 course taster menu, and the accompanying cocktail was pretty much just a mango juice. If you like Indian food which is full of rich spices and flavour then I would not choose this restaurant.
((((* 8 August 2016 by John Clark from Billericay
Lovely food served in a tapas style sized concept
Quite a trendy location with some great artwork adorning the walls, which is available for sale
Staff were very friendly and helpful and service was great too
However not quite as nice location/decor as either Cinnamon kitchen or Cinnamon Club which I would recommend more, but still a very enjoyable meal
((((( 5 August 2016 by Maureen Pye from London
Lovely location just off Carnaby Street and very easy to find. Nice modern setting and very friendly staff. We had the 8 course taster menu and it was delicious - every course stood out with amazing flavours. I didn't think that cauliflower could taste sooooo good!! Good selection of wine and very reasonably priced. Would definitely eat there again (and again).
((*** 4 August 2016 by Alan Savage from London
Unfortunately a very disappointing experience. Had the 8 course tasting menu and mostly all reheated or served cold. Having been to the cinnamon club I was expecting alot more but left very disappointed.
((((( 4 August 2016 by John Standen from Exeter
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