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Posted on February 8, 2018 by

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Vivek is considered one of the foremost authorities on Indian food in the UK and is a familiar face in the national media. He continues to make appearances on cookery shows such as Saturday Kitchen, Masterchef and Market Kitchen and is a regular face at food festivals up and down the country including Taste of Read More

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Posted on February 6, 2018 by

Spiced Banana Tarte Tatin

This is an example of a dessert we used to serve in Cinnamon Kitchen and shows how we gave a popular European dessert an Indian spice treatment. This can be a great dessert to prepare for your loved one on Valentine’s Day or of course for any of your other dinners. It is actually not Read More

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Posted on January 10, 2018 by

Cinnamon Kitchen Heads South

Dear Friends, Hot on the heels of the opening of Cinnamon Kitchen Oxford, I am very excited about the next development in our Cinnamon Kitchen journey. From an old East India Company spice warehouse (Cinnamon Kitchen City), to the Westgate development in the heart of cultural Oxford (Cinnamon Kitchen Oxford), we are now heading South Read More

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Posted on December 27, 2017 by

2017 – The Year That Was…

2017 for us began on roller skates, simply because we had just opened Cinnamon Bazaar in November 2016. It was one thrilling ride, where we were learning our way around Covent Garden and finding our feet with our new restaurant. At the same time, we were enjoying the attention that Cinnamon Bazaar was getting. We were thrilled with meeting lots of Read More

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Posted on December 20, 2017 by

Saturday Kitchen Christmas Special

I’m delighted to be on the Christmas episode of Saturday Kitchen upcoming weekend. Christmas is possibly one of my favourite times of the year together with the feasts that are associated with it. The bit I am most thrilled about though, is being on the show alongside my personal food hero Rick Stein.  I have long been Read More

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Posted on December 15, 2017 by

Celebrate Christmas With Us!

As most people spend Christmas Day in the kitchen, why not leave the cooking and the roasting up to us for Christmas Eve? Come and spend it with us at The Cinnamon Club where we will add the glam and the grandeur to your evening. With delicious dishes like breast of red legged partridge, green spiced Scottish pheasant and Garam Masala Read More

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Posted on December 1, 2017 by

December – Dry-Spice-Crusted Guinea Fowl With Yellow Lentil Sauce

This is a modern interpretation of a typical, everyday Indian dish of dal-roti and kukkad – i.e. lentils, bread and country chicken. Even though guinea fowl became more and more available all year round, I still think the winter season is great for cooking with poultry and game. Serves 4 Ingredients: 4 guinea fowl breasts, Read More

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Posted on October 27, 2017 by

New Cookery Masterclasses For 2018

We’re delighted to announce the release of the first few cookery masterclasses for 2018. I will once again open the doors to the kitchen in Cinnamon Kitchen, Devonshire Square and share some of our favourite recipes and topics with you. Together with Hari Nagaraj, Rakesh Ravindran Nair and Raju Ramachandran I look forward to covering a range Read More

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Posted on October 18, 2017 by

October – Carrot Halwa Spring Rolls

Carrot halwa in its traditional form must be India’s most recognisable dessert as it is cooked in most Indian homes in winter. Carrot halwa is a great dessert for for instance Diwali and it is not very difficult to make. Serves 6 Ingredients: 60g ghee or clarified butter 250g regular carrots, peeled and grated 250g Read More

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Posted on September 20, 2017 by

Grow Your Own

I know it’s been roughly 17 years, but sometimes it seems like yesterday when we opened the doors of our first restaurant here in the UK in 2001. When we opened The Cinnamon Club we wanted to offer the UK audience a different kind of Indian cuisine and a different kind of experience than what they were Read More

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