5 Kingly Street, London, W1B 5PF +44 2036417590
- Main course: £14
- Food spend: £28
- Opening hours
- Monday to Saturday: 08:00 - 11:30, 12:00 - 23:15 Sunday: 11:00 - 16:00.
Starter and main courses were both very good - nice flavours cooked well I would try again perhaps at a different branch.
15 November 2017
From the same stock as London favourites The Cinnamon Club and Cinnamon Kitchen, Cinnamon Soho offers innovative Indian cuisine just a stone's throw from Piccadilly Circus. Set over 2 levels, an al fresco terrace features edgy brushed steel and racing-car-blue leather.
Crafted with the knowing eye of executive chef Vivek Singh, the Cinnamon Soho menu offers contemporary Indian recipes, with classic British accents weaved throughout. Famous for serving nibbles, small plates and sharers boasting a range of colours and flavours, sample favourites like the signature crab and curry leaf balls, lamb Rogan Josh shepherds pie, Kolkata spiced cod, house black dal, and crispy stuffed parathas. For afternoon tea with a twist try the famous High Chai, or start your day off with breakfast parathas or traditional kedgeree.
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
((((( 11 August 2017 by Donna Lyons from London
The food and service were both excellent. There was a good vibe both in the upstairs and downstairs dining areas.
(**** 10 August 2017 by Marion Reynolds from London
The food was great but the service was terrible. We arrived slightly early for our 12.45 lunch reservation. The restaurant was practically empty, so they weren't busy. We ordered the sharing menu with a cocktail for £26. We finally got our first course at 1.30. We eventually got our main course at 2.10 and told them not to bother with dessert as we had to get to our 3pm theatre booking. At that point they admitted there was a problem in the kitchen that day. We had sort of guessed that as there was a lot of comings and goings by staff from and to the kitchen with no food coming out and the manager constantly in his mobile phone. We had asked several times where the food was as we had to get to the theatre and no one told us there was a problem. Neither did anyone ask if we'd like another drink whilst waiting. We should have been given the chance when we arrived to decide if we wanted to go to a different restaurant but they deliberately avoided telling us. The manager kept saying to us that it only took him ten minutes to walk to the theatre we were going to but we had to collect our tickets on arrival and both my friend and I are well into our sixties.
((*** 7 August 2017 by Preet Sahota from London
Went here yesterday for lunch: the service was shocking! We were put on a wobbly table, when we asked TK kove table it was frowned upon. My friend ordered the bottlelsaa mimosa and was brought a glass of prosecco. We had to explain to them that a mimosa has orange juice in it. The service wAs poor we waited 30-40 minutes for someone to take our order and they were not busy! I resented paying the service charge as I felt that the whole experience was not a good one.
Would not eat here again, the food was average and the service really put me off.
(((** 1 August 2017 by David Whatton from Wigan
We booked 8 sharing plate offer through books table. When we arrived we were told this was only avaIlable weekdays despite being clearly stated on bookatable as available Saturday. Someone is wrong and we were disappointed to not get this offer.
((((( 29 July 2017 by Dimada Komalage don from London
(((** 26 July 2017 by Nichola Hegarty from Epsom and Ewell
Table choice wasn't great bit crowded and noisy. But very attentive service and nice food. The cocktail felt like an afterthought it was a Bellini but it was warm! It was ok.
((((* 26 July 2017 by Vicky Rodgers from London
Food was, overall, very good. The best dishes were the prawns and the chicken. One word of warning you need to have been fasting to do justice to the 8 course tasting menu which is what we had. Service was friendly if a trifle slow at times. There was piped music alas but it was not too intrusive
((((* 25 July 2017 by Sarah-Jane Hand from London
8 dish sharing menu with a cocktail for a friend's birthday - BARGAIN £26pp Good was to die for - the butter daal and traditional chicken curry were our favourite, although to be fair there wasn't one dish we didn't like. We were really surprised how full we were for a sharing menu and grateful for a much needed pause before dessert. Dessert also didn't disappoint - I usually find Indian desserts a bit hit and miss but the Malabar Plum Cake was lovely. I have a nut allergy so they substituted the pistachio kulfi with somthing else. Attentive ans friendly staff. My second time here and we would definitely recommend and come back again
((((( 22 July 2017 by Tesha Mcgrath from London
The food was fantastic. Great flavor and taste.
((((( 21 July 2017 by Vanessa Hill from Ashford
8 course sharing menu great value. And speedy! Nice location in the heart of soho. Seats outside if you like and great service.
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