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Vivek Singh Cinnamon Soho

Get a flavour of London from the man behind three of the most exciting curry restaurants in the capital. Watch and share Vivek’s London story for a mouth-watering taster of the modern Indian fare served at his Soho restaurant. Nestled in the heart of central London just off the cobbled streets of Carnaby and close to historic Covent Garden and a taste of the Far East in Soho’s Chinatown, Cinnamon Soho is a great place to sit and savour your surroundings.

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About London's West End Villages

You’ll love exploring some of the West End’s favourite villages.

Carnaby is the capital’s coolest shopping destination with an intriguing mix of 13 streets including world famous Carnaby Street. Discover independent boutiques, heritage brands, flagship stores, new designer names. Carnaby is home to a many restaurants, bars, cafes and of course great English pubs with real ale and real history.

In the heart of historic Covent Garden, St Martin’s Courtyard offers a unique mix of fashion, beauty and lifestyle boutiques. Retailers are handpicked to create an exclusive shopping experience. Martin’s Courtyard is also home to six restaurants, a luxurious day spa, yoga studio and floral design school.

Nearby Seven Dials is one of London’s oldest villages. Visit seven streets of independent boutiques, heritage brands, quality British labels and indulgent beauty and grooming salons for shoppers with discerning taste. From European style cafes and bars to five-star brasseries, restaurants and traditional English pubs, Seven Dials has something for every palate.

Berwick Street Market was established in the 18th century and the Berwick Street area has a rich heritage. Discover traditional London pubs, bespoke tailoring, colourful textiles, vintage clothing, vinyl shops, original restaurants, coffee shops and independent fashion boutiques on Soho’s local high street.

Take a trip into the Far East by walking north from Leicester Square into Chinatown, the bustling hub of London’s East Asian community. Chinatown has almost eighty restaurants offering cuisine from across the Far East. Inspired? Those who want to cook for themselves will find authentic Eastern ingredients at Chinese supermarkets.

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