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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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Posted on July 25, 2017 by

July – Lassi Panna Cotta

Lassi Panna Cotta – a fresh, summery dessert accompanied by juicy, sweet mangoes, perfect at this time of year. Anyone who has travelled to India in the summer will be familiar with Lassi stalls that pop up all over small towns and cities during the summer months serving these cooling drinks at the peak of Read More

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Posted on June 21, 2017 by

Vivek Singh at Topping Books, Bath

Topping and Company, the iconic independent bookshop situated in the heart of Bath, is host to Vivek Singh on Wednesday 28th June for a special evening of cookery and conversation surrounding the launch of his latest cookbook Indian Festival Feasts. Topping’s in Bath has a great calendar of events lined up for 2017, with Chef Read More

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Posted on June 12, 2017 by

Taste of London 2017

The Cinnamon Club is returning to Taste of London We’re delighted to once again be returning to Taste of London (14-18 June), which takes place in Regent’s Park. We have been lucky enough to be involved in the five day foodie festival since it began in 2004! The festival is packed full of live demonstrations, Read More

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Posted on June 5, 2017 by

Vivek Singh’s Indian Festival Feasts – Out Now

I am so excited to announce that my new cookbook Indian Festival Feasts – my 6th cookbook with Bloomsbury – is out now! It is said that in India a festival is celebrated every day of the year. In this gastronomic celebration of India’s festival cuisine, I will be bringing you my unique approach to traditional Read More

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Posted on May 30, 2017 by

May – Mutton Biryani with Dried Fruits and Kashmiri Spices

May’s dish of the month features the recipe for mutton biryani with dried fruits and Kashmiri spices, from the new cookbook Vivek Singh’s Indian Festival Feasts – out 1st June. As the month of Ramadan begins all over the world, this is a feasting dish perfect for Eid-ul-Fitr, the celebration that rounds up Ramadan. A biryani Read More

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Posted on May 15, 2017 by

Announcing: Guest Chef Series at The Cinnamon Club | Vivek Singh

Vivek Singh is delighted to announce a fantastic series of collaborative dinners, where he will be teaming up with four of London’s most talented chefs this summer for a series of one-off collaborative dinners at his renowned modern-Indian restaurant, The Cinnamon Club. First up in June, Vivek will join forces with Adam Handling of The Frog, followed by Agnar Read More

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Posted on May 15, 2017 by

April – Baby Aubergines with Sesame and Tamarind Sauce

Otherwise known as ‘baghare baingan’, my April recipe is one that has different versions all over India, but the most popular one is from Hyderabad. It has rich, deep, earthy notes, and some recipes use fat green chillies alongside aubergines, or even include lamb’s liver in the sauce. The term ‘baghare’ refers to the tempering Read More

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Posted on April 20, 2017 by

Vivek Singh at Mark Hix’s Kitchen Library Series

Vivek Singh will be Guest Chef at Mark Hix’s Kitchen Library Series this May On Wednesday 3rd May, for one night only, as part of a special series of dinners at Mark’s Shoreditch restaurant Tramshed, the two chefs will collaborate for an exclusive evening of great food, drink, company and conversation. Guests are in for Read More

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Posted on March 6, 2017 by

HOLI HAI!

#HouseofHoli is back for 2017! One of my favourite festivals is on the horizon. Holi, famed for colourful, paint-throwing as part of its celebrations will be celebrated this year on March 13th. Much more than just a religious festival, it embraces fun, friendship and new beginnings. The best part of Holi?  NO RULES!!   Young and Read More

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