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About Cinnamon Soho

Cinnamon Soho is the newest restaurant from Vivek Singh. Vivek, together with head chef Ramachandran Raju, has created an all-day menu that combines modern Indian fare with an unexpected nod to British favourites, while the design retains Cinnamon's sleek style with a sexy Soho twist. Dishes include seared Sea Bass with aubergine- potato crush; Smoked saddle of Cumbrian lamb, spiced onion sauce; and vindaloo of ox cheek. The showstoppers, however, are the range of Indian-inspired 'balls', such as crab cake and Bangla-Scotch egg, and exotic pies, such as Keralan seafood and rogan josh. Order a couple of plates and share the love!

And with all-day dishes, set lunch, pre- and post-theatre, a late-night supper menu of tasting plates and a collection of cool cocktails, Cinnamon Soho is sure to become another firm favourite with both foodies – and, just off the cobbles of Carnaby Street – fashionistas, too.

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Excellent flavours at Cinnamon Soho. I was celebrating the evening i went and they went to extra efforts to make me feel special. Would go again.

Cinnamon soho is a good new addition to the Cinnamon chain. I'd recommend the balls-they were tasty!

Good food. The ox-cheek vindaloo was excellent. Service efficient and helpful.

Really good food, interesting ambiance fitting with the location. Superb prawns and dal.

Table not good right by door constantly open ! starters good crab cakes scotch eggs etc too long before mains bland Biryani saved by black lentils staff apolegitic re table and long wait prof-erred complimentary chocs Overall disappointing after great review in Telegraph Mag last week end , needs sharpening up quality of staff , speed of service and food

All very good, nice relaxed atmosphere with decent food at a decent price and attentive yet not overbearing service. Only let down by the state of the toilets....

WAs disappointed by cinnamon soho. Not quite up to the fabulous cinnamon club standard. Service was very poor. Didn't get offered a drink for 40 mins. Food service was extremely slow. Didn't get offered any 2nd drinks. Bill was inaccurate. Not much atmosphere. That said, the food was very tasty, but portions a little too small...we were all scraping our plates clean! All in all would rather spend a little more and have gone to cinnamon club....

The food was nice. I ordered the fish pie but it was really watery with barely any seafood or sauce in the tiny 1-2cm pan. All in all the flavours are there but portions need be increased. Would I go back? Not sure I would..

Cinnamon Soho was amazing! service, drinks and FOOD just frist class! Love it and will be back!

Nice food, somewhat crudely presented. The restaurant has poor lighting in the evening, one end is so dark customers were asking to be moved. Candles may help or better ceiling lighting to aid visibility and ambience.

Cinnamon Soho Food is excellent and service is great. It is much smaller than its sister in Liverpool Street but it is very cosy.

Another excellent outcrop of the Cinnamon group. This one is less formal and has more of a cafe feel but serves excellent food and at great value.

Is best suited for an impromptu lunch/dinner with friends or pre-theatre dinner. Menu is really good with the signature twist on classic indian dishes. Portions are good and excellent value when compared to the prices at Cinnamon Club.

Will definitely be going back.