Cinnamon Soho

About

Cinnamon Soho is the third restaurant from executive chef Vivek Singh. As the younger, cheekier sibling to The Cinnamon Club and Cinnamon Kitchen, the Soho restaurant offers an accessible, all-day dining menu and a central location just off the cobbles of Carnaby Street. Vivek has created a menu that combines modern Indian fare with an unexpected nod to British favourites, while the design retains Cinnamon's signature sleek style with a sexy Soho twist.

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Prices and Opening Times
Typical meal price: From £25.00 (USD33.09) per diner

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96% customer satisfaction rate

Opening Times:

All-day small plates: 11:00-23:00

A la carte: 12:00-14:30, 17:30-23:30

Pre-/post-theatre: 17:30-18:45, 22:30-23:15

Sunday brunch: 12:00-16:30

Special Offers

  • 2 courses for £12 per person

    Food and Drink

    Valid from 9 June 2016 to 31 August 2016

    This offer is available from June 9, 2016 until August 31, 2016, subject to availability as displayed in the booking interface. Not available in conjunction with other offers. Offer excludes service.

    Now £12.00
    ( USD15.88)
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Venue Details & Map

Cinnamon Soho

Address
5 Kingly Street
London
W1B 5PF
Telephone:
020 7437 1664
Email:
Website:
http://www.cinnamon-kitchen.com/soho-home
Public transport:
Oxford Circus

Sample Menu

  • Appetiser:
  • Fat chilli paneer (v) (gf) £4.80
  • Cumin and coriander crusted mushroom on toast (v) £5.50
  • Tandoori salmon with green pea relish (gf) £5.50
  • Stir-fried shrimp with curry leaf and black pepper £6.20
  • Nains
  • Spinach dumplings in tomato lemon sauce (v) £11.00
  • Agra seasonal vegetable tehari (v) £12.00
  • Seared sea bass with aubergine-potato crush £14.50
  • Tandoori king prawns, Alleppey curry sauce £17.00
  • Dessert
  • Lassi panna cotta with tamarind glazed strawberries £4.90
  • Mango and cardamom brûlée £4.75
  • Carrot halwa roll, cinnamon ice cream £5.00
  • Chocolate and cumin cake, pistachio ice cream £5.50

Facilities

Booking Facilities
Cancellation policy
Group bookings accepted
Catering Facilities
Halal options on menu
Kosher options on menu
Nut-free option on menu
Outdoor dining / Beer garden
Private Dining
Restaurant
Set price menu
Theatre menu
Vegetarian options on menu
Event Facilities
Event facilities
General Facilities
Wi-Fi access
Payment Facilities
Credit cards accepted
Debit cards accepted
Free entry
Repeat visits
Yelp Reviews

3.5 out of 5 based on 33 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Cinnamon Soho

5.0 out of 5 11 July 2016
by Kam K.

Cinnamon club is one of our favourite Indian restaurants in London, but they are a bit pricey.

When we passed by Cinnamon Soho a couple of weeks ago we had to go there for a meal. I tried making a same day reservation and was advised they were fully booked an a table would be available only after 2100 hours. If you plan to visit try booking a day or two ahead especially during the weekend....more

4.0 out of 5 29 June 2016
by Jaime T.

After traipsing around Kingly Court looking for a restaurant that appealed to us for more than 15 minutes (I know, I know, there are SO many options there ... but so little that suited our mood right then and there!). Finally, we settled on Cinnamon Soho. Having been to its siblings (Cinnamon Club and Cinnamon Kitchen), I knew I'd be a fan. Plus, it was a deliciously warm evening, so the...more

5.0 out of 5 31 May 2016
by Amanda M.

Cinnamon Soho positively surprised me on a random day when I decided to order take-away to bring back home to my husband. That's how I cook for my husband. Ha! Just kidding.

I was looking at the menu and was greeted quite quickly. They told me they were happy to put together something for me, and the man gave me some recommendations.

I tried the Papdi chat, chargrilled cauliflower, and the...more

5.0 out of 5 11 November 2015
by Ashley H.

I came here as part of a Yelp event to sample the Christmas menu. As a vegan, I must say that they were extremely accommodating, and seem to be with other dietary restrictions as well.

The cocktail to start was a warmed rum cocktail, and will be perfect in the upcoming cold season. I found it delicious, though several members of the group did not like it.

To start, I had the Balls!,...more

3.0 out of 5 27 April 2015
by Helena D.

High Chai as opposed to the High Tea - very clever name and concept to the traditional afternoon tea. I wasn't to totally convinced however. The advertisements certainly looked more appetising than the real life food.

Firstly the pros: the Cinnamon Bellini was lovely (very light and spicy), really like the potatoes and the sauces accompanying it. The Bangla scotch egg was interesting idea,...more

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