Chef Vivek Singh's Cinnamon Soho in Kingly St has closed its doors.
The closure was announced in a message posted to the restaurant's website reading: "We have to confess to being a little sad to inform you that our time has come to an end in Soho, but we've loved being there and hope to find a new site soon, (you'll be the first to know we promise)."
Singh's Cinnamon Collection also includes Cinnamon Club in Westminster, Cinnamon Kitchens in the City of London, Oxford and Battersea as well as Cinnamon Bazaar in Covent Garden - all of which remain open.
Vivek Singh, CEO and executive chef of the Cinnamon Collection said: "The restaurant no longer fits within our portfolio as we are firmly focused on rolling out the Cinnamon Kitchen brand and have recently opened sites at Westgate Oxford and Battersea Power Station.
"We are also looking for sites for our more casual sister brand, Cinnamon Bazaar. Cinnamon Soho was a fantastic restaurant incubator, fostering some great talent and a nursery of creative ideas for Cinnamon Collection. We'd like to thank all of our wonderful guests for their support and hope to welcome them to Cinnamon Bazaar. The entire Soho team will be relocated to the Collection's sister restaurants."
In 2016, The Caterer reported that more than £10m would be invested in the expansion of the contemporary Indian restaurant group, following its acquisition by Boparan Restaurant Holdings.
In the year to 1 January 2017 the company reported a post-tax loss of £828,143, according to documents filed with Companies House.