Vivek Singh's Michelin-starred restaurant the Cinnamon Club in St James's, London, has reopened following a £1m refurbishment ahead of its 15th anniversary.
It closed for six weeks at the beginning of August this year.
pictured) and his head chef Rakesh Ravindran Nair, which features new sharing plates designed for celebrating, including ingredients such as milk-fed, braised Herdwick lamb shoulder served with saffron sauce, pomegranate pilau, burhani raita and coriander chutney; and Old Delhi-style butter chicken on the bone, with black lentils and garlic naan.
There will also be a three-course set feast for tables of four or more, including dishes such as Kerala-spiced seafood bisque flamed with brandy; banana chilli with fenugreek, raisin and bitter gourd in chickpea batter; and desserts such as spiced banana tarte tatin with thandai ice-cream.
Cinnamon Club classics remain on the menu, including the wild Spencer Gulf king prawns with coconut ginger sauce and red quinoa; and clove-smoked grouse breast with tawa mince and black lentils.
The drinks menu will also focus on a wide variety of gins, including many sourced from small-batch UK producers, and cocktails including the Aromatic Martini (Monkey 47, Belsazar vermouth and tea bitters), Spicy Affair (Tanqueray 10, saffron and chamomile), and the Affinity (mango-infused Scotch Whisky, vermouth, herbal liqueurs and bitters).
A new gin punch will also be available to share between four guests, made from Star of Bombay, Grand Marnier Cuvée Du Cent Cinquantenaire, and a bottle of Krug Grande Cuvée.
The Cinnamon Club was first launched in 2001 by Singh and business partner Iqbal Wahhab. The group also comprises the Cinnamon Kitchen and Cinnamon Soho.
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