London’s modern Indian restaurant, The Cinnamon Club, is illuminating Westminster as it plays host to the most colourful festival in the Hindu calender, Holi with a five-course tasting menu from 1st – 6th March 2010.

Celebrating the passing of winter, arrival of spring, and triumph of good over evil, Holi unites the whole family for mischievous merriment. Traditionally coloured water or paint is playfully thrown at passers-by amidst the revelry, however diners will be quiet safe within the Grade II listed building of The Cinnamon Club.

Winning wide acclaim for pushing forward the boundaries of Indian cuisine, Vivek and Hari have ensured that household favourites sit alongside their very own modern interpretations.



A selection of Holi snacks with a shot of lentil soup

(Rabbit tikka or Dahi kebab, jalapeno fritter and dal shorba)


Ravioli of wild mushrooms, tomato truffle sauce


Free range chicken tikka terrine, honey mustard dressing


Pomegranate and mint sorbet


Rajasthani paneer soola and bottle gourd fritter with yoghurt sauce


Roast rack of Cumbrian mutton, mint and onion sauce


Milk chocolate ‘dhokla’ with rasmalai kulfi

Coffee and Petit Fours

Say farewell to the past, strengthen friendships and relationships for the future, and celebrate Holi at The Cinnamon Club. From 1st March – 6th March 2010 the Holi festival tasting menu is available at just £45 per person.

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