Guide MICHELIN 2020

The Cinnamon Club

(819 Reviews)
The Old Westminster Library 30-32 Great Smith Street, London, SW1P 3BU
Indian, Gourmet
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Top offer

Star Deal - 3 courses & a drink £38 per person

Subject to availability as displayed in the booking interface. Dishes from a set menu & subject to change. Includes VAT, excludes service.


Main course: £19
Food spend: £40

Opening hours

Monday to Friday: 07:30 - 09:30, 12:00 - 14:30 & 18:00 - 22:30
Saturday: 12:00 - 14:30 & 18:00 - 22:30.

Restaurant description

A Grade II-listed library found moments from the Houses of Parliament, The Cinnamon Club is a sophisticated restaurant offering fine Indian haute cuisine. Having won multiple awards, Cinnamon Club features colonial-style décor and has a studiously elegant ambience.

Imaginative and eclectic, The Cinnamon Club combines Indian ingredients with local produce, simultaneously marrying authentic Indian cooking techniques with modern European flavours. As well as the stunning gastronomic 6-course banquet, the innovative Cinnamon Club Westminster menu includes speciality dishes such as roasted plaice with Bengali spiced crab, spice crusted zucchini with chana dhal sauce or fillet of Wagyu beef with morels and saffron sauce.

To complement your meal, there is a well picked wine list, while the Cinnamon Club bar has tasty bar platters and speciality cocktails, including the spiced martini with cinnamon, cardamom and pomegranate.

With high ceilings and walls adorned with books, The Cinnamon Club restaurant is an exclusive destination for London dining. From just a short walk away, gaze at Big Ben and other striking London landmarks, including the London Eye, Westminster Abbey and the Houses of Parliament. St James's Park Tube Station is a 5-minute walk away.

Dishes displayed on a la carte menus are representative of the type of food available at the restaurant.

Customer reviews for The Cinnamon Club
(based on 819 reviews)

of diners recommend this restaurant

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Recommended for

  • afternoon tea (12)
  • al fresco (3)
  • breakfast (25)
  • business (314)
  • child friendly (22)
  • dinner (610)
  • entertainment (56)
  • large parties (119)
  • lunch (372)
  • luxury (289)
  • private dining (178)
  • romantic (229)
  • trendy (95)
  • value (70)
  • views (8)
  • By Grant M from Watford
    24 January 2020

    First visit to The Cinnamon Club and won’t be our last. Arrived on time and was showed to our table. Menu arrived. After a few minutes a waiter came over and asked us if we were ready to order. At the time we wasn’t. As we were on a set menu offer we didn’t get the correct menu. I tried explaining this, to which the waiter replied, the deal had changed to a two course meal rather than three. A second waiter came over and took details of my booking he also didn’t know about the deal. Finally a third waiter came over who knew all about our deal. The food was very good and plentiful. Bombay vegetables and Kingfish to start. A bit more fish wouldn’t go amiss. The Lamb Rajasthani Curry was excellent. Tender and full of flavour. For desserts we had Sticky Toffee Ginger Pudding with Cinnamon Ice Cream and Kulfi with puffed Quinoa and Raspberries. Have to say the Cinnamon ice cream is one of the best I have tried. Considering the restaurant wasn’t that busy. I felt certain waiters and waitress didn’t seem happy in there job. Lastly. I would definitely recommend The Cinnamon Club and look forward to visiting again one day.

  • By Graham W from Chelmsford
    17 January 2020

    A very good selection of vegetarian dishes The food was excellent, very tasty and beautifully spiced. The desserts were just a delight

  • By James K from London
    9 January 2020

    Excellent atmosphere, service and food

  • By Leonard S from Ilford
    3 January 2020

    Very good, enjoyed the meal and defiantly look forward to returning again.

  • By Julie C C from London
    3 January 2020

    Really enjoyed the food however the service was poor. The restaurant was fairly empty but they didn’t seem interested. I’d still recommend for the food alone.

  • By Julia C from London
    30 December 2019

    Good food and good service. Excellent choice on the lunchtime set menu.

  • By Emma B B from London
    21 December 2019

    Tasty meal - beautiful venue.

  • By Doug W W from London
    19 December 2019

    Great service and wonderful food. Would definitely return as I have on many occasions.

  • By Alice M from London
    17 December 2019

    Fun restaurant but food not warm enough.

  • By Alex W from London
    14 December 2019

    The staff was pretty awful. 4 ate while one had to wait for the correct meal. We were charged for 6 mains of course. We ordered wine and by the time our wine arrived the main course had been husband ordered a beer the wrong beer arrived and when this was pointed out he was called a liar. My white wine was served to our friend that prefers red wine. I had a chocolate pudding, half way through I popped to the ladies. Wish I had not, I could not eat the rest of my dessert. When I quietly had a word, later on I was also called a liar. The food was so so the service was very very bad. In my books Burger King would of been a better option all round. Brought us water so that’s a plus.

Restaurant Location Map
The Cinnamon Club
The Old Westminster Library 30-32 Great Smith Street, London, SW1P 3BU

Available offers

  • Star Deal - 3 courses & a drink £38 per person
  • 7-course tasting menu with a glass of champagne, paired wines, coffee & petits fours served in the Old Library Bar & a cookbook to take home £200 per person

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