Afternoon tea in London

Posted on March 4, 2014 by

March 12th. Global Restaurant Investment Forum in Dubai

Vivek will be speaking on the panel at the Global Restaurant Investment Forum in Dubai. He will be speaking on the panel discussing the controversial topic of Celebrity Chefs vs. Restaurateurs. Renowned Celebrity Chef Silvena Rowe will be tackling the controversial topic of Celebrity Chefs Vs Restaurateurs, where are investors best off putting their money? Read More

Posted on January 24, 2014 by

March 2014: Mussels ‘moily’ soup

Everyone loves a Moily. Whilst most Indian dishes pride themselves on using scores of ingredients and combination of spices, the beautiful ‘moily’ from Kerala uses merely 6 ingredients, salt and whatever you may choose to cook in it. Even after 20 years of cooking, there has not been one instance when people haven’t been wowed Read More

Posted on January 23, 2014 by

February 2014. Green Spiced Pheasant with Kedgeree

You can do this dish with turkey or even duck if you like Serves 4 For the Pheasant: 4 pheasant breasts boned and skinned 1 ½ tsp – salt 1 tsp – ginger paste 1 tsp – garlic paste Marinade ½ inch piece –ginger finely chopped 4-6 Green chillies, finely chopped 1 small bunch – Read More

Posted on January 22, 2014 by


“Growing up in India, food was at the centre of everyday life. From festivals to wedding celebrations, huge feasts were commonplace in Asansol and it was here that I fell in love with the sights, smells and celebration of food. Even on a regular day, my mother would cook four meals a day with each Read More

Posted on January 22, 2014 by


Vivek Singh is one of the most successful and respected modern Indian chefs in the country, with three renowned London restaurants to his name – The Cinnamon Club; Cinnamon Kitchen; and Cinnamon Soho. His refined approach to Indian cuisine changed the perception of Indian food in the UK and his success and reputation has continued to grow with the Read More

paint the City red... and yellow, orange, pink and green... at Cinnamon Kitchenâ??s House of Holi, marking the renowned festival of colour on the 17th March. City workers will loosen their ties, kick off their heels and don protective suits before stepping inside the House of Holi for 30-minutes of paint- pelting each other in a colourful puff of powdered paradise! The paint-throwers party-pod will be popping up between the 11 - 22nd March on Devonshire Square for 12 days and is sure to turn the concrete grey landscape into a psychedelic skyline brightening everyoneâ??s day.
Posted on January 20, 2014 by


For all press related enquiries: Roche Communications 159-165 Great Portland St, London W1W 5PA Tel: 020 7436 1111 Emma Hawley Harrie Markwell Colleen Monaghan For bespoke events related to Vivek Singh, Cookery Masterclasses, special appearances and other queries: Vivek’s Executive Assistant Shirley Heins Tel: 020 7395 1409

Posted on January 7, 2014 by


Outside of the kitchen, Vivek is a dedicated supporter of several charities including Action Against Hunger, Find Your Feet, Mosaic, Wooden Spoon, and the Asian Restaurants Skills Board. With a particular interest in helping and mentoring young people from deprived communities, Vivek will get stuck in wherever he can, whether it’s hosting a charity dinner, Read More

Posted on January 7, 2014 by


Vivek is the author of several cookbooks: The Cinnamon Club Cookbook, Curry: Classic and Contemporary, The Cinnamon Club Seafood Cookbook, Cinnamon Kitchen: The Cookbook, Spice At Home and Vivek Singh’s Indian Festival Feasts.   Vivek Singh’s Indian Festival Feasts (Absolute Press, 2017) A gastronomic guide to some of India’s most celebrated festivals, perfect for fans Read More

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